Roderick Martin is a registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner member of the Chinese Medicine Board from the State of Queensland. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from the University of Adelaide, a Bachelor of Health Science in Acupuncture, an Advanced Diploma of Acupuncture and is currently studying an MBA at the University of Queensland.
Rod is a registered acupuncturist and runs his multimodality clinics in Brisbane, Australia. He also mentors students of Chinese medicine. He possesses significant experience in clinic management, business development, and governance. His practice has a clear focus on integrating traditional medicine with modern medicine.
David Brereton retired from the Australian Public Service in 2012 after 34 years with various agencies including the Department of Social Security and Centrelink, the Australian Antarctic Division and the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
He is currently engaged as an international consultant with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), working in the Asia-Pacific region.
Prior to his appointment in early 2018 as a Community member from Tasmania on the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia, David served for two terms as a Community member on the Tasmanian Board of the Medical Board of Australia.
David is director of the Huon Valley Community Bank Branches, and is actively involved in various community groups and sporting clubs, both in his local regional area and more widely across Tasmania.
Bing Tian is a registered Chinese medicine practitioner (acupuncturist and Chinese herbal medicine practitioner and dispenser). She holds a Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and a Master of Acupuncture and Tuina from Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China.
Bing first came to Australia in 2001 under a scholarship exchange program with the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT), before becoming a Chinese medicine teacher for CIT. She took on more management responsibilities in a clinical practice and for a local Chinese medicine professional association. Her work has focused on documentation and quality assurance within in clinical practice, managed herbal importation from China, and organising continuing professional development opportunities for her colleagues through her professional association.
Stephanie Campbell holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws with Honours degree from Macquarie University. In 2007, she was admitted to practice law in the NSW Supreme Court and currently holds an unrestricted NSW legal practising certificate.
Stephanie has worked within the public and private sectors and with her practical and academic experience of a legal, governance and policy nature, she is committed to developing and implementing best practice standards and procedures which promote transparency, accountability and good decision making.
Stephanie has lived and worked in the Northern Territory and has a keen interest in rural and regional health care. She is now in Newcastle, NSW. She previously held two additional Ministerial appointments on the Central Australian Human Research and Ethics Committee and the Northern Territory Board of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.
Stephanie has a sound understanding of the Law, natural justice and ethics. She is familiar with the regulatory environment relating to health practitioners and is committed to protecting the public interest and upholding professional accountability.