Dr Anthony Holley BSc. MBBCh. DipPaeds. DipDHM. FACEM. FCICM
Anthony is a senior staff intensivist working at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. He is a senior lecturer with the University of Queensland Medical School. Anthony is currently the ANZICS President. He is an examiner for the fellowship of the College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand. Anthony has authored eight book chapters and 48 peer reviewed publications. He is a supervisor of intensive care training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and is an instructor for BASIC and an EMST (ATLS) course director. He has, in conjunction with colleagues, developed both the Current Concepts in Critical Care and Trauma Traps courses. Anthony serves as a representative for the National Blood Authority Critical Care Group in developing the Australian Patient Blood Management Guidelines and on the National Steering Committee for the COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce.
Anthony is a serving Captain in the Royal Australian Navy and has recently been appointed to the role of Director Navy Health-R. He has deployed on multiple occasions including to Afghanistan twice, the Persian Gulf, Iraq for four tours, border protection duties, to the 2020 bushfires aboard HMAS ADELAIDE and most recently, serving as the Senior Medical Officer JTG 629.3 for Operation COVID-19 Assist.