Dr Neil Boyce

Senior Consultant

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Dr Boyce’s qualifications and credentials include:

  • B BS (1st Class Hons), Monash University
  • FRACP, Royal Australasian College of Physicians
  • PhD, Monash University
  • Member, Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (MRACMA)
  • NH&MRC Postgraduate Research Fellow
  • NH&MRC CJ Martin NH&MRC Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Alexander von Humbolt Fellow, Max Planck Institute, Freiburg, Germany
  • Inaugural RACP Don Jaquot Fellow
  • Clinical Associate Professor, Monash University

His 30-year career has spanned direct delivery of healthcare as well as extensive research and consultancy projects.

Delivery of healthcare
Dr Boyce has delivered healthcare services in both the public and private sectors and has extensive experience in managing health service delivery in acute health and within complex health systems. His roles have included:

  • Executive Officer, Victorian Organ Donation Service, Australian Red Cross Blood Service (ARCBS)
  • Transfusion Medicine Specialist, ARCBS
  • Manager of Intellectual Capital, ARCBS
  • Quality Improvement Physician, Alfred Hospital
  • Director of Clinical Immunology, Monash Medical Centre
  • Director of Physician Training, Monash Medical Centre
  • Nephrologist & General Physician, Monash Medical Centre
  • Consultant physician, delivering ambulatory and inpatient care to private medical patients.

Research and consultancies
Neil has extensive experience in both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies. He has published over 100 publications between 1985 and 2008, encompassing a broad range of basic and applied science. Over the last 15 years, Neil’s enduring professional interest in monitoring and improving the quality of health service delivery has led to participation in evaluation and service improvement projects in a range of healthcare consultancy projects. This included playing a leadership role in several consultancy projects for organisations such as the Commonwealth, State and Territory Health Departments and the World Health Organisation. Such projects include:

  • Department of Health & Aging
    Quality & Outcome Indicators in Acute Healthcare
    The pilot hospital-wide clinical indicators project
  • Department of Human Services, Victoria
    Blood Matters
    The Better, Safer Transfusion Program
  • Australian Council for Safety & Quality in Healthcare
    Towards Better, Safer Transfusion
    Safety – Towards Better, Safer, Blood Transfusion
  • World Health Organisation
    Consultation on organ transplantation with National Health Authorities in the Western Region, Manila.
Associate Professor Neil Boyce's 30-year career has spanned direct delivery of healthcare as well as extensive research and consultancy projects