Professor Rosalie Grivell

Professor and Director Medical Program

College of Medicine and Public Health

place Flinders Medical Centre
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Associate Professor Rosalie Grivell is Director of the Medical Program for the College of Medicine and Public Health.

In this role she provides academic leadership in the Doctor of Medicine (MD) course, providing sustained leadership in inspiring and innovative teaching informed by approaches that enhance the student experience, primarily within medical education. She plays a significant leadership role in the College/University and makes a significant contribution to leadership at the national and international level within medical education and relevant area of clinical practice. In this role Associate Professor Rosalie Grivell has esponsibility for the oversight of standards pertaining to the MD course, and with the Academic Leadership group, for the preservation of disciplinary integrity, Collegeinternalandexternalqualityassuranceandaccreditationprocesses. She also is responsible for leading, supervising and participating in high performing multi-disciplinary teams with an education focus and contributes to the development of a respectful, trusting and collaborative working environment.

Associate Professor Rosalie Grivell is a consultant Obstetrician and Maternal Fetal Medicine subspecialist at Flinders Medical Centre and Matthew Flinders Fellow in Maternal Fetal Medicine at Flinders University.

Associate Professor Rosalie Grivell has worked in a clinical academic role balancing clinical work, education and research since returning Flinders in 2016. Rosalie contributes to teaching, education and training in women’s health across the educational continuum from medical students through to specialty and subspecialty trainees. Rosalie’s research interests focus on clinical research in High Risk Pregnancy, systematic reviews and meta-analysis and the use of clinical data to improve health outcomes.

Honours, awards and grants

A/Prof Grivell has received a number of professional awards and scholarships, including the RANZCOG Research Foundation scholarship and NHMRC Early Career Fellowship (Australian Clinical Research Fellowship). She has numerous publications, speaks both nationally and internationally, and engages in regular undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research supervision. A/Prof Grivell has also been a convenor for the Bali International Combined Clinical Meeting, held annually in Denpasar, Indonesia, and key member of the organising group since its inception in 2011.

A/Prof Grivell has recently completed two terms as a SA/NT Councillor, and in February 2019, completed a six-year term as SA/NT TAC Chair, having previously been the trainee rep and the ITP coordinator. In recognition of her significant contribution and commitment to the College, especially her support of the College’s activities and initiatives related to training, A/Prof Grivell was the recipient of the RANZCOG Distinguished Service Medal in March 2019.