Sarah Yong is an Intensivist at The Alfred Hospital. After graduating from The University of Melbourne, she completed physician training before obtaining her fellowship of intensive care medicine thereafter. Along with critical care, she has a strong interest in education, simulation and the FOAMed (free open-access medical education) revolution. She has completed a Masters in Clinical Education in non-technical skills in intensive care. A strong advocate for her peers, Sarah convenes the Victorian Primary Exam Course for CICM, chairs the Trainee Committee and is New Fellows’ Representative for CICM. She is a founding convenor of the ANZICS Women in Intensive Care Medicine Network, with published research on gender balance in critical care. Sarah’s clinical interests include cardiothoracic intensive care and crisis resource management.