MBBS, BSc, FRACP
Dr Paul Hamor is a Respiratory and Sleep Physician and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians with a broad range of clinical interests. Attaining his medical degree at the University of Queensland, he completed his specialist training at Royal Prince Alfred and Westmead Hospitals.
Previously a Consultant Physician at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, he has been a Staff Specialist at the Prince of Wales Hospital since 2016.
Paul has clinical interests in allergic airway diseases and asthma, pulmonary fibrosis and autoimmune associated lung diseases, neuromuscular respiratory failure and sleep apnoea. He excels in the management of undifferentiated respiratory and sleep illnesses, including chronic cough, shortness of breath and sleepiness.
2018 Clinical Teacher of the Year - UNSW POWH Clinical School
2017 HETI Education Grant – Medical Training Network Project Fund ($30,000)
2015 Best Educator, Medical Centre for Education, Workforce & Development, SLHD
2013 Best Grand Round Presentation (AT) Westmead Hospital Infiltrating the dawn – Eosinophilic lung disease
2012 Winning Project: Meducation A ward based medication education program to reduce prescribing errors; LEAP Future Leaders Development Program, Health Education & Training Institute (HETI), NSW Health
2002 John Flynn Scholarship Scheme
2020 McDonald CF, Jones S, Hamor P, Peters MJ, et al Electronic cigarettes: A position statement from the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand Respirology 01 Jan 2020 DOI: 10.1111/resp.13904.
2015 Keighley C, Hamor P, Chen S, Watts M, Douglas MW, Kok J, O’Sullivan M, Mitchel DH, Packham D, Sorrell TC, Iredell JR. 2015. Modern technology and Infectious Diseases activity data: How can we use this for service planning? Internal Medicine Journal 45(6): 688
2013 Hamor P, Yan K, Reddel H. 2014. Management of worsening asthma in adults. Part 2: The assessment and management of asthma exacerbations. Medicine Today 15(1): 18-27
2013 Hamor P, Yan K, Reddel H. 2013. Management of worsening asthma in adults. Part 1: Preventing exacerbations and developing an action plan. Medicine Today 14(12): 16-24
2013 Troy L, Hamor P, Bleasel J, Corte T. 2014. Two simultaneous autoimmune processes in a patient presenting with respiratory insufficiency. Respirology Case Reports; 2(1):21–23.