Dr Warren Jennings is a tutor in the Primary Care Clinical Unit, having previously lectured in the Discipline of General Practice and Rural Clinical Schools and course coordinated the Indigenous Health component of the first year medical school curriculum.  He works as a GP and senior medical officer at Inala Indigenous Health Service.

 Warren began as an Academic GP Registrar in in the Discipline of General Practice in 2010, completing his RACGP fellowship in 2013 and Masters of Public Health in 2015.

His main research and teaching interests are in evidence based medicine and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, including qualitative research, exploring culturally safe (and unsafe) healthcare, and how we teach these concepts in medical education.