Dr Grant Howard
Intensivist, Waikato DHB, Hamilton, NZ
Dr Howard graduated with a degree in medicine in South Africa in 1991. He moved to New Zealand in 1996 to access training in Intensive Care, and gained membership of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians after training in Christchurch, thereafter being admitted to the College of Intensive Care Medicine as a foundation member.
In 2010 he graduated from MIT with an MBA, and subsequently earned fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators in 2013. In between life as a practicing intensivist he has embarked into forays in management at various levels, from Deputy Director General to Chief Operating Officer, and held a number of positions in leadership of the profession and related Colleges.
He is the author of The Accountable Organisation.
Dr Howard is interested in behavioural economics, serving the community, and is committed to egalitarianism. He has a lifelong goal of achieving humility, in pursuit of which more work is needed.