Dr Nang Si Si Win (Ying)

MB, BS, FRACGP, FACRRM

Grad Certificate in medical and forensic management

of adult and paediatric sexual assault victims – IVANS

(Integrated Violence, Abuse and Neglect Services, NSW)

 
D4B Role – Strategy & Targeted Sanctions

General Practitioner / Forensic Medical Examiner

Ying’s family engagement with her country of origin and

its profound Buddhist culture has been sustained.

The family initiated the Myanmar Eye Care Project (MECP) which is led by Dr Geoff Cohn. MECP has provided well over 200,000 free sight-restoring operations.

Ying is a Myanmar Shan ethnic doctor who graduated from the University of South Pacific in Fiji in 1994 after leaving Myanmar for good during the 1988 coup.

­­Worked in the Pacific island countries of Fiji and Republic of Nauru before migrating to Australia in 2000.

Worked as Emergency Medicine Trainee in Western Health Network in Melbourne then moved to regional NSW rural hospitals as a Career Medical Officer.

Now works as a GP with special interest in Forensic Medicine under PARVAN

(Prevention and Response to Violence, Abuse and Neglect) in NSW.

Currently holds a staff specialist position in Southern NSW Local Health District (LHD) in forensic medicine.

Also covering Murrumbidgee LHD and Australian Federal Police (NSW) as a forensic medical examiner.

Ying talking with Richard Ferguson the Federal Politics Reporter with The Australian in the Press Gallery in Parliament House 13th April 2021.

Ying’s D4B Campaign Media Engagements