Megan Cox is an Emergency Medicine (EM) Specialist Clinician and Academic with 25 years of International experience. She is the current chair of ACEM’s Global emergency care committee.
Since finishing EM specialty training, Megan has worked extensively in humanitarian, retrieval and emergency departments in Sub Saharan Africa, including 6 years as the Head of Emergency Medicine in Botswana. There she trained the first local EM Specialists , developed locally based resuscitation courses, established EM research and supervised over 100 medical student and physician volunteers.
Now back in Sydney, she works part time as a State Retrieval Consultant and EM Specialist for NSW Health as well as Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney where she runs several courses in Global health and Critical care. She has over 20 peer reviewed publications and is a journal reviewer for several International EM journals.