Emily is a ST4 Speciality Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the Oxford Deanery. She is passionate about medical education and with the support of Cochrane UK hopes to encourage medical and dental trainees from the UK and Ireland across different regions and specialities to engage with evidence based clinical practice.
Emily read medicine at the University of Manchester, graduating in 2013 with a Masters of Research (Distinction) and the Boyd Prize. She was awarded an Academic Foundation Programme in Medical Education and has published and presented internationally since 2012. She gained membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2018. She secured the Leo-Pharma scholarship for MRes funding, conference scholarships; BMFMS highest scoring student abstract (2012) and RSM (2015). She holds grants from Health Education England, Friends of the Horton, and Oxford Hospital Charities for clinical research and quality improvement projects. She was the recipient of the BSGE trainees’ bursary and is a Laparoscopic Simulation lead for the Oxford deanery (2018-2019). Her area of specialist interest is urogynaecology and she currently updating the Cochrane systematic review of mini-slings.