Chelsea Morroni Co Director
Chelsea Morroni is an epidemiologist and a specialty doctor in SRH. Over the course of her career, Chelsea has worked in all aspects of SRH (policy, programming, clinical, research and advocacy) in the UK, the US and Southern and Eastern Africa. She is an international expert in academic SRH and SRH research, with vast experience of developing regional, national and international guideline development, including working with the World Health Organisation.
In the CEU Chelsea will be leading on guideline development.
Chelsea can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Boog Co Director
Katie Boog is a consultant in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health. Her special interests include medical education, complex contraception and STIs, and she is particularly interested in making guidance accessible and relatable to clinicians. She has extensive experience in producing and delivering SRH educational activities at both local and national level in a wide variety of formats.
In the CEU Katie will be leading on guidance dissemination and guidance related education.
Katie can be contacted on Katie.Boog@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk
Sarah Hardman Co Director
Sarah is a Specialty Doctor in SRH and lead for the menopause service. Her special interests include complex contraception and menopause care.
Sarah has been Director or Deputy Director of the CEU team since 2015. From August 2021, she will work as Co Director of the new CEU, leading on responsive guidance and liaison with FSRH and other partner organisations.
Sarah can be contacted at Sarah.email@example.com
Claire Nicol Deputy Director
Claire began her career as a midwife, before moving into SRH 14 years ago and she currently works as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in SRH. Her special interests are in complex contraception and SRH education and she has extensive experience in teaching and training at both postgraduate and undergraduate level, across many clinical disciplines.
Claire worked for the previous CEU team, and has been appointed as Deputy Director of the new CEU, leading on nursing and midwifery engagement & education and quality assurance of clinical content of educational and guidance products.
Claire can be contacted at Claire.Nicol@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk
Eric Chen Senior Non Medical Researcher
As well as being an enthusiastic zumba instructor, 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. He worked as a researcher for the previous CEU and is our new senior non-medical researcher.
Eric has the responsibility for conducting systematic literature reviews to identify and synthesise evidence for clinical guidelines and member’s evidence requests.
Eric can be contacted at Eric.Chen@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk or on +44(0) 131 536 3830.
Catherine Carver Medical Researcher
Cat has worked as a junior doctor, but also holds a BA in Natural Sciences from Cambridge, a Master of Public Health from Harvard and is working towards a PhD focused on health technology assessment at the University of Edinburgh. She has held a variety of public health positions, including at the Wellcome Trust and LSHTM.
She has expertise in literature reviews and evidence synthesis, having led rapid reviews for the CEBM in Oxford, authored a book on immunology and worked as a scientific writer for the Scottish Government's COVID-19 Advisory Group. At the CEU she works on clinical guidelines and member’s evidence requests.
Cat can be contacted at CEU.firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Carrington Project Administrator
Helen worked as project administrator for the previous CEU and has stayed on in this role with the new CEU. She has responsibility for administration in the CEU office organises and facilitates all CEU meetings, manages the CEU team’s diary; she logs member evidence requests and sends responses.
Helen records all streams of the CEUs work in spreadsheets and produces and updates the GANNT charts to help the CEU keep on track for Clinical Guideline development deadlines.
She helps to coordinate work with our guideline development groups and liaises with FSRH Office staff.
Helen can be contacted at Helen.Carrington-Rie@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk or on +44(0)131 536 3831