Margaret Tobin Award winner
Elizabeth Moore was born in Malaya and educated in England and Australia. After completing her undergraduate medical degree at the University of Adelaide before attaining Fellowship of the RANZCP in 1990. She has special interests in codesign and governance of mental health services as well as the social and cultural determinants of health and wellbeing and their influence through a systems thinking lens.
She has worked in both public and private hospital and community settings, holding clinical and administrative positions in psychiatry in South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia and is the inaugural ACT Co-ordinator General of the Office of Mental Health and Wellbeing.