Dr James Ware
James is a Rural Generalist working as a senior medical officer at the Warwick hospital with an interest in anaesthetics, emergency medicine and paediatrics. He completed a Bachelor of Science in Advanced Studies from Griffith University in 2006 majoring in Applied Mathematics. James then completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2010 through the University of Queensland and a Master of Medicine (General Practice) through the University of Queensland in 2016. He has completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Child Health through the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, a rural advanced skill in anaesthetics (JCCA) at Logan Hospital in 2013 and his DRANZCOG obstetric qualifications at Warwick hospital in 2017. He has fellowships with both the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM), and has recently submitted his Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice (FARGP). He has also enjoyed participating in the Leadership for Clinicians program through the Rural Generalist program Qld, and is awaiting approval of his Associate Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of Medical Administrators (AFRACMA).
He is a strong believer in the importance of medical education and training up the next generation of the rural medical workforce. He holds the academic title of Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland and Griffith University and is frequently involved in assisting with Rural Generalist education programs, and in the provision of local training and education at the Warwick Hospital.
He has gained notoriety around the Warwick community for his bull riding antics at the Warwick rodeos, and enjoys going walkabout in the bush from time to time.
James research interests include:
- Assisted developing new carbonic anhydrase inhibitors in the hope of finding one with the potential to be used as a chemotherapeutic agent in cancer patients.
- Antimicrobial Stewardship and infectious diseases.