• Honorary Senior Fellow

    Dr Jonathan Lane

Dr Lane, FRANZCP, MBBS (Hons), has been in the Army for over 30 years and an Afghanistan veteran. He has recently completed a PhD developing and evaluating the effectiveness of peer led psychoeducation and skills-based interventions for mental health problems for military, veterans, and emergency services personnel. He is a clinician, as well as holding a number of different roles. These include the Psychiatry Lead for the University of Tasmania School of Medicine; psychiatrist for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (DVA); Australian Defence Force (ADF); a member of national and state advisory boards; was the Coach of the Australian Invictus team for archery in 2018 and 2022; and a Churchill Fellow in 2015.  He has been an invited speaker and presented at a wide range of clinical and educational conferences both internationally and in Australia due to his expertise in the field of military, veteran, and emergency services mental health. His passion is advocating for, and implementing, culturally informed and peer-led interventions that have functional outcomes.