Professor Neil Spike
Director of Medical Education & Training
Dr Neil Spike is the Director of Training at EV and a Professorial Fellow at Department of General Practice, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Science, The University of Melbourne. He has been involved in medical education full-time since 1992 and has developed nationally and internationally recognised expertise in curriculum development, program evaluation and the assessment of clinical competence at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. In his current role and previous roles with RACGP, AMC, DGP at Monash University he has been engaged in research with over 70 publications across a wide range of areas including the assessment of clinical competence, the clinical activities of registrars during GP training, issues relating to international medical graduates and health system effects on the care of children and adolescents.
Neil is a Recipient of the Rose-Hunt Award (2003).
The Rose Hunt Award is the highest accolade awarded by The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. It is made to any Fellow or Member who, in the opinion of the Council, has rendered outstanding service in the promotion of the aims and objectives of the College, either by individual patient care, organisation, education, research or any other means.
Dr Angelo D’Amore
Research and Evaluation Manager
Dr Angelo D’Amore is the Manager of Research and Evaluation at EV, overseeing the Research, Evaluation and Quality team. He is also an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the School of Rural Health at Monash University. He has almost 20 years of experience as a University Academic, and two years as a research, evaluation and education consultant.
Angelo has a PhD from Monash University, and has authored almost 100 research publications, conference presentations and reports. His research expertise ranges from lab-based medical research to clinical research to medical education research, and includes both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies. He has a strong background in researching and evaluating medical and health education programs, and in survey development. He also has research interests in medical workforce and chronic health conditions.