Professor Sharon Cameron – Consultant Gynaecologist and CEU Co-Director
Sharon is the main academic lead within the CEU and with Sarah has overall strategic responsibility for the work. In addition to leading on the major CEU projects, she ensures that the CEU identifies the new research evidence in sexual and reproductive health which can be incorporated into clinical practice.
Sharon can be contacted at Sharon.Cameron@ed.ac.uk.
Dr Sarah Hardman – Specialty Doctor SRH and CEU Co-Director
Sarah works half time co-directing the FSRH CEU; the other half of her week she is a Specialty Doctor in SRH at the Chalmers Centre in Edinburgh. At any one time Sarah will be leading on development of at least one clinical guideline and working on supporting material such as webinars and lectures; she triages member evidence requests as they come in to give the researchers a clinical perspective on which to base their literature search – and she ensures that the responses are clinically relevant; she leads the FSRH CEU response to emerging research, new products and relevant news stories; she liaises with outside organisations such as the Family Planning Association, BASHH and the BNF to ensure that guidance is aligned.
Sarah can be contacted at Sarah.Hardman@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk.
Dr Chelsea Morroni – CEU Deputy Director
Chelsea is the Deputy Director of the UK Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare’s Clinical Effectiveness Unit, appointed in May 2018. Chelsea works with Sharon and Sarah on CEU activities and strategy and leads in the guideline development process.
Chelsea is a women’s health epidemiologist and sexual and reproductive health doctor with clinical and academic experience in the UK and Southern Africa, currently living in Botswana.
She is a Reader in International Sexual and Reproductive Health at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and clinical lead for SRH at the Botswana UPenn Partnership, holds an honorary Professorship in women’s health at the University of Cape Town and is an honorary research associate with the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute in South Africa and the Botswana-Harvard Aids Institute Partnership. Chelsea is clinically active, and in collaboration with the NGO BOFWA founded and runs the only doctor-referral SRH clinic in Botswana.
Chelsea can be contacted at email@example.com.
Mrs Valerie Findlay – CEU Researcher
Valerie is responsible for conducting systematic literature reviews to identify and synthesise evidence to inform the development of clinical guidance and responses to new evidence, new products and news stories. She carries out literature searches to provide responses to FSRH members’ evidence requests. Valerie co-ordinates work with our guideline development groups and facilitates patient representative involvement. She works on ensuring that FSRH educational resources for clinicians and information produced for patients by outside organisations is in line with FSRH guidance. She is also responsible for the FSRH CEU bi-monthly newsletter to members.
Valerie can be contacted at Valerie.E.Findlay@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk or on +44(0) 131 536 3831.
Dr Zhong Eric Chen – CEU Researcher
Eric works part-time at the FSRH CEU and has responsibility for conducting systematic literature reviews to identify and synthesise evidence to inform the development of clinical guidance. Eric leads on the FSRH National Benchmarking Audit and is a member of the FSRH Clinical Studies Group.
Eric is the Research Manager for the Scottish Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus (SHBBV) Framework Research and Engagement Project. He engages with stakeholders to support collaborative research projects that inform the SHBBV Framework Outcomes and to facilitate the development of a Scottish SHBBV research strategy.
Eric is an Honorary Fellow with the University of Edinburgh where he graduated with his PhD in Sociology, MSc in Public Health Research and a BSc in Reproductive Biology. Eric’s interdisciplinary background reflects his broad research interest in SRH. Eric is also a Youth Worker in a local sexual and emotional health charity providing sexual health education and non-clinical drop-in services for teenagers.
Eric can be contacted at Eric.Chen@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk or on +44(0) 131 536 3831.
Ms Helen Carrington-Riebicke – CEU Project Support Officer
Helen has responsibility for the administration in the CEU office including logging members enquires and sending the responses. She organises meetings held in Chalmers Centre and organises the CEU team’s diary, to make sure the CEU team are aware of ongoing deadlines.
Helen can contacted at Helen.Carrington-Rie@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk or on +44(0)131 536 3830.
Dr Catriona Gunn – Specialty Doctor and CEU Clinical Advisor
Catriona is a Speciality Doctor in Sexual Health at Chalmers Centre Edinburgh. She trained and worked as a GP in Hampshire before returning to Edinburgh, where she has worked in sexual health since 2006. She is a Faculty Registered Trainer. Her role in the CEU, 6 hours per week, is to offer medical support for the Member Evidence Request Service.
Miss Claire Nicol – Senior SRH Nurse and CEU Nurse Researcher
Having trained as a midwife, Claire moved into Sexual and Reproductive Health in 2007. Claire holds a DFSRH and has trained to insert IUDs. She is Lead Nurse for the abortion service within Chalmers Centre in Edinburgh and leads on post-graduate education and development. She has been involved in the development of a Post-Graduate Certificate in SRH at Edinburgh Napier University and in the training of midwives to become Contraceptive Champions. For 4 hours a week, Claire has been working with the FSRH CEU to support Clinical Guideline development.