Malcolm commenced as Associate Professor - Rural Health in the Rural Clinical School at the ANU Medical School in 2015. He is a GP who worked in a community practice in Albury for 17 years. After completing study in international health he moved to eastern Nepal in 2007 where he worked on the faculty of the B.P.K.I.H.S. university hospital for four years, finishing as H.O.D. of the Department of GP and Emergency Medicine in 2010. He returned to Australia in 2011 to work with the Broken Hill University Department of Rural Health (USyd) in a conjoint position with the Royal Flying Doctor Service. He taught long and short-stay medical, nursing and allied health students and worked with the active UDRH research team. He continues to enjoy his role in teaching and research in rural health care in his ANU position.
Malcolm’s research interests include medical communication, inter-professional learning and remote health care. He is currently researching communication in medical handover.