Dr Kay Li is a 2020 academic registrar of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and assistant lecturer at Monash University. She received her MBBS from the University of Adelaide and has been working as a medical doctor in South Australia and Victoria since 2016.
Dr Kay Li has a keen interest in women’s health and consistently acts as women’s advocate at work as well as in the community. In addition to her clinical role as a general practice registrar, she teaches undergraduate medical students and regularly contributes to medical curricular revision. She collaborates with investigators at SPHERE for a project on exploring women’s perspectives, experiences and expectations on postpartum contraception, with emphasis on personal and socioeconomic implications.
Dr Kay Li currently resides in southeast Melbourne with her family, and most enjoys hiking, sight-seeing, reading, painting and having a good conversation about enhancing communication between men and women.