Dr Johnstone is a pain medicine specialist and anaesthetist. She treats patients with pain related to cancer at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Chris O’Brien Lifehouse cancer treatment centre in Camperdown. She has a private practice called Pain Medicine Sydney in Bondi Junction and Royal Prince Alfred Medical Centre.
She has been practising multidisciplinary pain medicine for 20 years and holds an interventional pain medicine fellowship with the World Institute of Pain.
She works closely with the advanced gastrointestinal surgical team at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital to manage patients with complex surgical needs. Dr Johnstone is currently enrolled in a master’s degree by research at the University of Sydney to study pain related to advanced primary and recurrent colorectal cancer.
Dr Johnstone is the recent advisor to the supervisors of training and an examiner for the Faculty of Pain Medicine.
Dr Greg King is a respiratory physician at the Royal North Shore Hospital, The Woolcock Institute of Medical Research and Northern Clinical School, University of Sydney. He has a research and clinical practice interest and focus in asthma, COPD and bronchiolitis obliterans in haemopoietic stem cell transplant. His research involves complex lung function and imaging to measure physiology that is relevant to disease mechanisms and characterisation, to better understand and manage (and maybe one day - cure) airways diseases in the clinic.