|M.B., B.S.||University of Melbourne, 1970|
|Ph.D.||Monash University, 1979|
|D.P.M.||University of Melbourne, 1981|
|M.R.A.N.Z.C.P.||Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, 1981|
|F.R.A.N.Z.C.P.||Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, 1983|
|HonDMedSc||University of Melbourne 2012|
Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychiatry, The University of Melbourne
Founding Director, Platinum Medico-Legal Services
Prof. Dennerstein has been involved with interdisciplinary teaching and research in the fields of women's mental health and psychosexual dysfunction throughout her career.
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Prof. Dennerstein's achievements for medical education in relation to women's health issues have been recognised by the Australian government and by the international medical community with multiple awards throughout her long career.
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Prof. Dennerstein has been: elected president of national and international medical specialist organizations; a journal editor; and chaired university and other committees.
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Prof. Dennerstein has authored or edited 24 books, 266 articles in refereed journals, 19 abstracts, 9 letters to the editor, 37 non-refereed papers, 150 chapters in multi-authored books and conference proceedings, and 3 reports.
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Platinum Medico-Legal offers a premium service of academic and clinical excellence for complex and high value medico-legal cases in order to meet a recognized need for this service.
Prof. Dennerstein provides specialist psychiatric services with women's mental health subspecialty. She also provides medicolegal reports for governmental agencies, insurers and plaintiff's lawyers.
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The Good Woman Doctor
The Age, December 2004