Professor Imogen Mitchell

Acting Executive Director of Research & Academic Partnerships, Canberra Health Services
Intensive Care Specialist, Canberra Health Services
ANU College of Health & Medicine

Professor Imogen Mitchell has a background in intensive care and is an internationally recognised health systems expert. Her current research is focused on improving end-of-life care at a local and national level. She played a key role in the development of an innovative teaching program, COMPASS, which is now used in healthcare organisations around the world to help healthcare professionals recognise signs of patient deterioration. Her other areas of interest include: patient safety in healthcare organisations, women in medicine and bullying and harassment in the medical profession.

Professor Mitchell was Director of the ANU Medical School from 2017 to 2020. 

My news stories

ANU Medical School Dean Professor Imogen Mitchell, ANU graduate Dr Eilidh Gilritchie, Year 3 medical student Greg Threlfall and ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt. Image: Stuart Hay, ANU.
20 February 2017
ANU has launched a new campaign to stamp out bullying and sexual harassment in the medical profession. ANU Vice-Chancellor...
29 September 2016
The Australian National University (ANU) Medical School has established an endowment fund to support the training of critical-...