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Prof Michael Permezel
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Prof Michael Permezel

FRANZCOG

Professor Michael Permezel is a College Councillor and Immediate Past President of RANZCOG, having been President from 2012-2016 after serving on the Council for 12 years. Other College positions included serving on College committees for Workforce, Examination & Assessment, Training & Accreditation, Selection and the Women’s Health. He served 11 years as Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Melbourne.  After training at the Royal Women’s Hospital and in the United Kingdom, his clinical work has been based at the Mercy Hospital for Women for 20 years where he practices high risk obstetrics with an interest in medical disorders of pregnancy, preterm labour, fetal growth restriction and perinatal epidemiology. He was a member of the Victorian Consultative Council on Perinatal and Maternal Morbidity and Mortality from 2006-2014 and has over 130 peer-reviewed publications.

ARTICLES AND LETTERS BY THIS CONTRIBUTOR


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FRANZCOG Advanced Training Modules
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 20 No 3 | Spring 2018
Women's Health -> Q&A
Q&a: routine pathology and imaging requested in early pregnancy
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 19 No 3 | Spring 2017
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 18 No 3 | Spring 2016
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 18 No 2 | Winter 2016
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 18 No 1 | Autumn 2016
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 17 No 4 | Summer 2015
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 17 No 3 | Spring 2015
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 17 No 2 | Winter 2015
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 17 No 1 | Autumn 2015
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 16 No 3 | Spring 2014
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From the President
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 16 No 2 | Winter 2014
Feature
What evidence?
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 14 No 2 | Winter 2012
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Who is being unethical?
Prof Michael Permezel | Vol: 13 No 4 | Summer 2011