How to become a member


Memberships can be easily purchased or renewed online. (There are a range of membership categories, including concessions for students and pensioners.)


Alternatively, you can complete a membership application or a membership renewal form. Print out the form and send it to us (details are on the form itself).


Office Bearers of the ANZSHM, 2017-2019


President: Dr Madonna Grehan

Vice President: Prof. Catharine Coleborne

Secretary: Dr Charmaine Robson

Treasurer: Dr Peter Burke

Newsletter Editor: Dr Derek Dow

Health and History Editors: A/Prof. Hans Pols, Prof. Catharine Coleborne, Dr Peter Hobbins

Internet Officer: A/Prof. Paul Sendziuk

16th Biennial Conference Convenor: Prof. Linda Bryder

President, Victorian Branch (MHSV): Dr Gordon Whyte

President, New South Wales Branch (ANZSHM NSW): Mr John Sinclair


The President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer constitute the Society's Executive Committee. Please send all correspondence to ANZSHM Secretariat: contact us


Council of the Society, 2017-2019*


Dr Anthea Hyslop (Vic)

Dr Judith Godden (NSW)

A/Prof. Louella McCarthy (NSW)

Dr Peter Winterton (WA)

Dr Brian Reid (NT)

A/Prof. Charles George (NSW)

Ms Ella Arbury (NZ)

*Although members of Council do not represent their country, state or territory per se, at election time a broad representation of different areas is sought.


Honorary Members of the Society


The election of a member as an Honorary Member is recognition by the Society of an outstanding contribution by that member to the Society.


Professor Emeritus H. Attwood (dec.)

Dr I. Chapple

The Hon. Mr D. Buffett

Professor Emeritus B. Gandevia (dec.)

Dr G. Kenny (dec.)

Professor John Pearn

Dr Peter Winterton

Dr Di Tibbits

Dr Peter Tyler (dec.)

Dr Noel Cass (dec.)

Mrs Marie Rogers

Dr Anthea Hyslop

Associate Professor Hans Pols



Rules of the Society


The official rules of the Society can be accessed here.

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