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2023 National Tour 


Brisbane Health Professionals Meeting

Medicine at the Crossroads

Lessons from Covid


Australian Doctors Call to suspend all COVID-19 vaccinations pending full investigation with special guest and world-renowned cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra.  We invite health professionals to join us for an intense focus on the scientific evidence and risk benefit analysis including a moderated panel.

As the Brisbane public event is now booked out, general public are now also welcome to attend.  


Watch full event recording below.

Scroll down to view individual speaker presentations.

Dr Malhotra Socials

Brisbane - Monday 5 June 2023

Time: 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start till 9pm

Venue: 1 Coorparoo Rd, Warner QLD 4500

Tickets: Early Bird $35 till May 13th and then $40 till sold out

Questions: Hotline@amps.asn.au


Kara Thomas AMPS


Kara Thomas

We are thrilled to have AMPS Secretary Kara Thomas emceeing this special event.  

Dr Aseem Malhoultra-1

Dr Aseem Malhotra

MBChB University of Edinburgh (2001), MRCP University of Edinburgh (2004), CCT Cardiology University of Edinburgh (2013)
Prof Wendy Hoy

Professor Wendy Hoy

Dr Lucas McLindon Frame (1)

Dr Lucas McLindon

Professor Robyn Cosford

Professor Robyn Cosford



Your donation to assist in covering the cost of the event is greatly appreciated.

Any excess donations will go towards our medico-legal fighting fund.


Dr. Aseem Malhotra

MBChB University of Edinburgh (2001), MRCP University of Edinburgh (2004), CCT Cardiology University of Edinburgh (2013)


Dr Aseem Malhotra is an NHS trained Consultant Cardiologist and an internationally renowned expert in the prevention, diagnosis and management of heart disease. He is honorary council member to the Metabolic Psychiatry Clinic at Stanford University school of medicine California. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and was the lead campaigner highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role in type 2 diabetes and obesity. In 2015 he helped co-ordinate the Choosing Wisely campaign by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges as lead author in a BMJ paper to highlight the risks of overuse of medical treatments. In the same year he became the youngest member to be appointed to the board of trustees of UK health think tank, The King's Fund that advises government on health policy. Aseem is a frequent expert commentator in print and broadcast media and he has written scores of articles for a number of publications including the BMJ, British Journal of Sports Medicine, BMJ Open Heart, JAMA Internal Medicine, Prescriber, The Pharmaceutical Journal, European Scientist, The Guardian and Observer, BBC online, Huffington Post, The Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and the Washington Post. He is international guest editor of the journal of evidence-based healthcare.

Aseem has appeared in the Health Service Journal’s list of top 50 BME pioneers, and has won a number of awards for his work to raise awareness of diet-related illness both in the UK and internationally. He is a pioneer of the lifestyle medicine movement in the UK and has had feature articles written about him in the New York Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The i, and Healthcare Leader. In 2018 he was ranked by software company Onalytica as the number 1 doctor in the world influencing obesity thinking.

In 2016 he was named in the Sunday Times Debrett's list as one of the most influential people in science and medicine in the UK in a list that included Professor Stephen Hawking. His total Altmetric score (measure of impact and reach) of his medical journal publications since 2013 is over 10,000 making it one of the highest in the World for a clinical doctor during this period. His first book co-authored with Donal O' Neill, The Pioppi Diet, has become an international best seller. His second book, the 21 day immunity plan is a Sunday Times best seller. During the first year of the Covid pandemic he was asked by the Secretary of State for Health, Matt Hancock to advice on the link between covid and obesity and how best to reduce population risk to infection. His recently published third book A Statin Free Life is already a best seller.

Award winning American Science Journalist Gary Taubes describes Aseem as someone who has “probably done more in the UK to inject sanity in to nutrition science and the pharmaceutical industry debate than any human being alive”

Sir Richard Thompson, Past President of the Royal College of Physicians and former personal physician to her majesty The Queen said “Dr Aseem Malhotra is changing the face of medicine and his revolutionary book the Pioppi Diet should be read by everyone”

The Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham said “ He’s really making people think differently about what they eat and how they live their life. Through his work he’s going to change many thousands of lives, millions of lives for the better”


Dr Aseem Malhoultra



Professor Wendy Hoy


Professor Hoy is an internationally recognised researcher of chronic disease in high-risk populations and promoter of health services reform. She is based at the University of Queensland, in Brisbane, Australia.

Dr Hoy is a kidney specialist and directs the Centre for Chronic Disease (CKD) at the University of Queensland. She has long history of research in the health and chronic disease profiles of disadvantaged populations, including Native Americans, African Americans, Sri Lankans and people in El Salvador and, in Australia, Australian Aborigines. She is an expert Advisor to PAHO, the WHO and the Sri Lankan Government on CKD of unknown etiology-CKDu. Her research focus has been on manifestations, course and risk factors for cardiovascular disease, hypertension, CKD and type 2 diabetes. Initiatives have embraced clinical profiling, community screening, treatment programs, a pharmacologic prevention trial, family studies, and genomic profiling. She has been a major contributor to protocols for chronic disease surveillance and management which are widely applied in indigenous health services in Australia, and which inform program development globally. For these she was awarded the AO in 2010. She described the links between common chronic diseases as well as the “multideterminant” disease model, which implies potential benefit from a variety of interventions which target a diverse set of risk factors. She was the first to describe the association of low birthweight with kidney disease. She has long advocated for research on the genetic architecture of chronic disease in Indigenous Australians, and, along with Nagaraj and others, is defining the genomics of CKD in Tiwi Aboriginal people (MRFF 76757). Dr Hoy is Director of CKD.QLD, the first state-based registry of CKD in Australia; and was Director of the NHMRC CKD-CRE. This group has defined the burden, associations, progression, consequences and health care costs of CKD in renal specialty practices in Queensland, and implications of these findings for improved outcomes. She advocates for a more transparent approach to Covid policy and health care, and belongs to several coalitions working towards those ends in Australia and globally.

Prof Wendy Hoy





Graduated from Medicine at the University of Qld, 1997. A rural GP for 10 years, then undertook specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, before doing an Advanced Surgical Fellowship. More recently subspecialising in advanced laparoscopic surgery for complicated endometriosis and fertility restoring surgery. Until recently he lead the Fertility Services unit and was co-Lead of the Advanced Laparoscopic Gynaecology surgical service at Mater Health in Brisbane. The Principal Investigator for a series of randomised controlled clinical trials for infertility and recurrent miscarriages that just finished recruiting during 2021. Is the Principal Investigator for the first randomised clinical trial in Australia using Ivermectin in acute COVID since its restriction in Sep 2021.

Dr Lucas McLindon Frame (1)





Prof Robyn Cosford was an integrative medical practitioner, naturopath and homeopath of over 35 years, with an Honours degree in Medicine and life membership of Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine and Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine.

She was working in conjunction with the University of Newcastle from 1996 in the area of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and childrens' neurodevelopmental and behavioural disorders, presented her findings at 3 international autism conferences, and convened 2 Mind of Child conferences in Australia in 1998 and 2002, introducing the area of biological treatment of autism into Australia. The influence of the gut microbiome and abnormalities have been a feature of ongoing research in conjunction with Bioscreen, which came out of the University of Newcastle research team.

Robyn is fascinated in the energetics of life, that we are body soul and spirit simultaneously, and how these interact within us personally, and in our connection with others and this Creation out of which we were formed. She has done extra training in EFT, various spiritual and energetic healing modalities, the use of magnets and so on.

As a mother of 5, she is passionate about the health of children, families and interpersonal relationships. It is for these reasons that she chose to surrender her medical license, ahead of being deregistered for writing mask exemptions, vaccine exemptions and Ivermectin scripts in defiance of the AHPRA gag order of March 2022,  so that she could speak openly about what the current situation and the threat to the health and wellness of people and children in particular.

Professor Robyn Cosford



Kara Thomas

BNurs GCertNurs MIntl&ComnDev

Kara is the AMPS Secretary.  She was previously a team leader in a busy tertiary operating theatre.  Now Kara is helping fight for the protection, health and safety of all Australians while ensuring health practitioners can practice without government and agency overreach. 


Kara Thomas AMPS





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