Nikki explains the important ways we can all take care of our most precious organ and how womens hearts in particular need a different type of attention. Nikki provides a thoughtful and honest look at what it means to take care of your heart and how to do it in a way that is sustainable and achievable.
Hear about how social media impacts our wellbeing, the good and the challenging, and how to thrive in spite of the shortcomings of an ever connected world.
Patients put their trust in the hands of doctors every day, a fact that is not lost on Nikki and her team. Learn why trust is important in everything we do and how you as a professional in your field can best cultivate it.
Nikki knows the challenges and triumphs of being a women in a male dominated environment. Learn the ways women can thrive as Nikki provides insight into how workplaces can draw on the strength of diversity and inclusion.
Determined to change the way we think about health
Dr Nikki Stamp is a heart and lung surgeon, a champion for women and is determined to make us all healthier. Nikki trained throughout Australia and holds a Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Medicine with Honors. She also holds a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in cardiothoracic surgery.
Her research has been published in ANZ Journal of Surgery, Annals of Thoracic Surgery, Annals of Surgery, Heart Lung Circulation and the British Medical Journal.
Nikki has a strong desire to change the way we think about health and is a passionate supporter of the Heart Foundation and women's heart disease advocacy. She is a sought after speaker for women in surgery and a participant of social media campaign #ILookLikeASurgeon. Nikki is mentor and supporter of women in surgery and of women in all careers.
Nikki writes regularly for The Huffington Post and has also contributed for The Cusp and Steel Heels, Mamamia and The Guardian. She was chosen as one of 40 under 40 for Time Out Sydney, as well as one of Mamamia's Inspirational Women You Can Look Up To. In 2017, Nikki was featured as one of the Women of the Year in Harpers Bazaar.
She has appeared on the 'Today Show' and 'The Daily Edition', 'BBC World News', 'Conversations with Richard Fiedler' and 'BBC Women's Hour' and as the host for ABC's flagship science show 'Catalyst'. Her first book, 'Can You Die of a Broken Heart?' has been released via Murdoch Books.
In 2019, Nikki anchored Channel Seven's new program 'Operation: Live', which gave audience a chance to see operations occuring in real time. Nikki was a part of a panel of experts who explained the footage on-screen to audiences, as well as interacted with the attending surgeons.