Order Of Australia
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA
Professor Mohamed Hassan KHADRA
Chatswood NSW 2067
For distinguished service to
- medicine in the field of urology as a surgeon,
- clinician and mentor, to rural and remote medical education, and
- to literature as an author and playwright.
- University of Sydney: Professor of Surgery. Head of Surgery, 2012-2016.
- Board Member, Faculty of Engineering and IT.
- Founding Member, Surgical Education Centre.
- Head of Urological Surgery, Nepean Hospital, since 2009;
- Clinical Academic Urologist, since 2008; Chair, Nepean Medical
- Staff Council, 2009-2014;
- Chair and Founder, Patrick Cregan Nepean Telehealth Technology Centre.
- Board Member, Health Information Bureau, NSW Ministry of Health, since 2012.
- Co-Founder, Institute of Technology Australia (IOTA), 2003-2008.
- Pro Vice-Chancellor, Division of Health, Science and Design, University of Canberra, 2002- 2004, (involved in establishing 17 new courses at the University).
- Inaugural Professor of Surgery, Australian National University Clinical Medical School and the Canberra Hospital.
- Foundation Head and Professor of Surgery, School of Rural Health, University of New South Wales, 2000-2001. Was involved with the establishment of campuses at Albury and Wagga Wagga.
- Member, Council of Dean’s Representative Rural Australian Medical Undergraduate Scholarship (RAMUS),
- Appeals Committee, Department of Health.
- Senior Examiner in Urology, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, since 2015;
- Examiner, since 2009; Fellow, since 1995.
- Member, Education Committee, Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2006-2009.
- Member, Strategic Research Committee, National Health and Medical Research Council, 2000-2003.
- Author, Random House, since 2007. Publications include ‘The Patient’, 2009, ‘Terminal Decline’, 2010, and ‘Honour, Duty and Courage’, 2015.
Awards and recognition includes:
- Recipient, Alumni Medal, University of Sydney, 2016.
- Recipient, Khalil Gibran International Medal for Literature, 2008.
- Recipient, Inaugural Fellowship, Prostate Cancer Foundation, 1997.
- Recipient, Bruce Pearson Fellowship, Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1996.