Dr Helen Redmond (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Sydney) Fafrm (Racp) Fellow, Australasian Faculty Of Rehabilitation Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians
Rehabilitation Physician and Member of Doctors for the Environment Australia (NSW)
Dr Redmond is a rehabilitation physician and conjoint lecturer in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine at the University of NSW, teaching Environmental Health to undergraduate medical students. As well as being a full time clinician in Sydney, Helen has been a volunteer for Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA) for the last 8 years and is a member of the NSW DEA committee. Her public health advocacy work has included the health impacts of unconventional gas drilling and since 2011 she has given numerous community talks on the subject. She has contributed to many DEA submissions to government on unconventional gas and has presented to NSW and Federal Senate inquiries into the industry on behalf of DEA.
Helen has presented the health impacts of unconventional gas at the Population Health Congress 2012, Royal Society of Victoria 2013, and iDEA (annual conference DEA) in 2014.