Dr Rowan Molnar is an experienced medical professional who has a Master’s of Science in Health Professional Education (Simulation Major) from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, USA, and a Certificate Advanced Teaching and Learning in Medical Education (Simulation Focus) as well as his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Medicine and a Fellowship in Anaesthesia from the University of Melbourne, Australia. He is a diligent professional who has worked with many experienced doctors, and has earned a solid background in cardiac surgery, orthopaedic surgery, tumour, plastic and reconstructive surgery, acute pain management, and anaesthesia.
Dr Rowan Molnar is skilled in dealing with all sorts of anaesthetics and surgery-related operations. He has commenced various medical projects, earned certifications, and received awards and recognitions. He is a medical researcher who has contributed greatly toward the growth of the medical community. He has written many articles which have been published in many international journals. He wrote the book, Creative Disruption in Medicine and Healthcare. The book was published in March, 2016, and is about technological disruption, medical practices and approaches, a topic that individuals, physicians, nurses, medical practitioners, medical groups, and associations should know.
Dr Rowan Molnar is associated with a wide range of medical groups and associations. These include Australian Society of Anaesthetists, Australian Medical Association, International Society for Simulation in Healthcare, Society for Education in Anaesthesia, American Society of Anaesthesiologists, Association for Study of Medical Education, Australian Institute of Company Directors (AIDC), Harvard Club (since December 2013), MENSA (since January 1976), Lilydale Flying Club (since January 2012) and Tasmanian Aero Club (since June 2014).
Dr. Rowan Molnar has practised as the Teacher of Simulation in several esteemed positions and took a management of anaesthesia crises course at St. Vincent’s Education Centre, Anaesthesia Crisis Resource Management Course – at St. Vincent’s Hospital. He has also been the ANZCA Simulation Course Instructor and Convenor – Annual Scientific Meeting 2007 Melbourne, and ANZCA Simulation Course Instructor and Convenor – Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 Hong Kong.