Dr Chloe Baxter
Dr Chloe Baxter BSc(Hons) MBChB MHPE MSc is an advanced trainee in general paediatrics at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne. She has strong interests in acute paediatrics, medical education and medical ethics and law. Dr Baxter is currently interim lead of Physician Medical Education at the Royal Australiasian College of Physicians (RACP).
She is in the final year of her advanced training and recently obtained a masters degree in paediatric emergency medicine from the University of Edinburgh. Dr Baxter graduated MB ChB with European Studies from Manchester University in the United Kingdom after also completing an intercalated BSc in medical ethics and law. During her medical studies, she undertook a masters degree in health professions education at Maastricht University in the Netherlands and was invited to meet the Queen as a young leader in medical education.
Since then, Dr Baxter has co-authored research articles and online courses, presented internationally at the Ottawa medical education conferences and peer reviewed for the Journal of Medical Education. She is the lead author of the textbook, The Practical Guide to Medical Ethics and Law (PasTest) and author of the paediatric chapter in Ethical Problems in Emergency Medicine, edited by a Harvard-based team.
Dr Baxter enjoys learning languages and teaching her four children Scottish country dancing.