Dr. Archit Chawla is a consultant Respiratory and Sleep Physician, having completed his training from Westmead and Liverpool Hospitals in Sydney, NSW. His areas of interest include sleep disorders and respiratory failure, airways disease including asthma and COPD.
Dr. Chawla has been a clinical lecturer for University of Western Sydney, University of Sydney and University of New South Wales. He is a member of the Education and Training subcommittee for the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand. In 2020, he established the TSANZ-accredited Non-Invasive Ventilation course. In 2020, he established the TSANZ-accredited Non-Invasive Ventilation course
1. Specialist Training
Dr Chawla completed his respiratory and sleep medicine training in Westmead and Liverpool Hospitals in Australia..
He became a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2019 and is now working as a Visiting Medical Officer at Cantebury Hopsital and awaiting acreditation at Sydney adventist Hopsital.
2. Research Involvement
Dr Chawla has completed his Master’s degrees in International Public Health and Health Management.
He commenced pursuit of a PhD in pleural diseases in 2020 for which he was awarded the prestigious iCARE Dust Diseases Board PhD Scholarship
He established and convenes the TSANZ-accredited Non-Invasive Ventilation course at Liverpool Hospital.
3. Scholarships & Awards
Dr Chawla’s notable achievements include award of the iCARE Dust Diseases Board Scholarship 2020, Master’s degrees in International Public Health and Health Management from UNSW.
4. Life outside Medicine
Dr Chawla lives with his wife who is also a Medical specialist and his newborn daughter.
Dr Chawla has speciali interest in Sleep disorders and Respiratory failure as well as airways disease including asthma and COPD.
Sleep disorders and Respiratory Failure
Dr Chawla has special interest in sleep disorders and management of Respiratory Failure.
General Respiratory Medicine
Dr Chawla has expertise in airways disease including all general respiratory diseases.