Medical Education

Take care, Bendigo revellers warned

By Hannah Knight - Bendigo Advertiser Jan.2012

Good advice: Surgeon and Men’s Health advocate Mr Stephen Lindsay warns people to take it easy on the drinks this Australia Day.


Mr Stephen Lindsay is a Senior Lecturer at Monash Rural Health Bendigo. He is the Academic Lead of the Foundation Clinical Year teaching program which teaches Medical Students from Monash University and the University of Melbourne.

Mr Lindsay has been involved in medical education for over 25 years.

He has worked as an Anatomy Demonstrator at Monash University in 1990, Clinical Supervisor at Prince Henry's and Monash Medical Centre in 1990/91, visiting Senior Lecturer in Anatomy and Surgery at Stanford University Medical School in San Francisco, USA in 1991.

Rural Medical Schools were expanded in the early 2000's to try to get more doctors to country areas. He was involved in setting up the Bendigo Regional Clinical School (as it was then called) and has worked as Honorary Senior Lecturer/Teaching Associate in Bendigo since 2002.

He regularly speaks to GP's and Nurses and other Allied Health professionals, Prostate Cancer Support groups, Community groups and at Men's Health nights. 

In 2012 he convened the USANZ Urology Victorian State Meeting in Bendigo, attracting over 100 Urologists and Urology Trainees, Urology Nurses and other delegates.

Mr Stephen Lindsay is available to speak to community groups on topics including Men's Health, Prostate disease, male sexual problems.

Please call (03) 5442 6330.