Dr Anthony Holley is a Senior Staff Specialist in Intensive Care. He is a dual qualified Intensivist and Emergency physician. He is a senior lecturer with the University of Queensland Medical School.
Dr Holley serves on the Australia New Zealand Intensive Care Society National Executive as the Honorary Treasurer, following on three and a half years as the Queensland ANZICS Chairman. He is also an examiner for the fellowship of the College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand. He is one of the supervisors of intensive care training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and is an instructor for BASIC, Beyond BASIC and EMST (ATLS).
Dr Holley has authored six book chapters and more than 30 peer reviewed publications.
He serves as a representative for the National Blood Authority Critical Care Group in developing the Australian Patient Blood Management Guidelines.
Dr Holley is a Commander in the Royal Australian Navy Reserve and has deployed on numerous occasions, including to peace keeping operations in Bougainville, East Timor and the Persian Gulf. He served in Afghanistan in 2012 as a force insertion and extraction medical officer and then again in 2013 as an Intensivist / Emergency physician at the American led NATO Role III Hospital in Kandahar. He served in Taji, Iraq at the ANZAC Role 2E hospital from January to April 2016.