2014 Speakers

Dr Robert Campagnaro

Melbourne University 1986
Royal Aust College of Physicians 1992

Respiratory and Sleep Physician

1996 to 2014
Bendigo Health Care Group
St John of God Hospital Bendigo
Private practice Bendigo

Working in General medicine, respiratory and sleep services in the Bendigo and district community

Dr Carmela Caputo
Graduated from Monash University 1999 and undertook specialist training in London from 2004 until 2008, being trained at the Hammersmith and Charing Cross Hospitals, which are major centres for pituitary and neuroendocrine diseases. On returning back to Melbourne in 2008, she joined the Endocrine Unit at St Vincent’s Hospital which is known for it’s management of Pituitary Disease. She has spent the last few years examining data from patient’s who have had surgery for Non Functioning Adenomas at St Vincent’s Hospital, which will form part of ongoing clinical research in this area.

Dr Caroline Jung
Graduated from the University of Melbourne with Honours in 1999. She completed specialist physician training in Endocrinology in 2006, and completed her PhD in 2011. Dr Jung works at the Menopause clinic at the Royal Women's Hospital. She also works at St Vincent's Hospital, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and in private practice. She is a Lecturer for the University of Melbourne and teaches medical students.

Dr Kylie McLachlan
Graduated from the University of Melbourne and specialised in Endocrinology, training at St Vincents Hospital and Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne.  She completed a MD degree investigating the pathophysiology of gestational diabetes, undertaking clinical studies in pregnant and post partum women.  She maintains in interest in endocrine disorders of pregnancy in her clinical practice in Fitzroy and Hoppers Crossing.  She has an appointment at St Vincent public hospital in the diabetes and pituitary clinics and is a lecturer attached to the University of Melbourne.

“Passionate about getting people active… in any way…so it becomes their daily ritual! Let’s make exercise contagious!” 

Katie Sutton is a Grade 3 Exercise Physiologist (EP) with over 20 years experience in both Public and Private Hospitals. She was the first EP in Bendigo (Bendigo Health Public Hospital) and built a team up of 5 EP’s, she then Initiated EP’s at St John of God Hospital Bendigo, and now have a team of 3 EP’s. Aswell as working as an EP, Katie lectures in Certificate III and Certificate IV in Fitness. Her experience ranges in multitude of clients: musculoskeletal, neuro, diabetes, obesity, depression, pain, arthritis, cancer... the list is endless.