Maryam Nasri becomes Vice President of Membership, Helen Munro becomes Vice President of Clinical Quality
Date: 14 Oct 2021
Type: FSRH News and Information
We are delighted to confirm that Maryam Nasri and Helen Munro are taking up new appointments at FSRH as our Vice President of Membership and Vice President of Clinical Quality respectively.
The roles of Vice President of Membership and Vice President of Clinical Quality are (unpaid) Officer roles at FSRH, and support our President and Council to implement our strategic aims and plans.
As VP of Membership, Maryam will be responsible for ensuring that the FSRH continues and develops its support of members of all categories, including primary care, our largest audience. Maryam will also be supporting the work of the Events and International Committees and working with the FSRH’s Executive Directors to support the work around membership communications and development, digital delivery and to ensure that we are responding to key challenges and opportunities external to FSRH.
Maryam has a wealth of valuable experience in SRH and as a Consultant in SRH her areas of interest span menopause, contraception in peri-menopause and education in SRH. Maryam is also an FSRH registered trainer since 2010 and has spoken at many educational conferences. Maryam will be taking over the role of VP of Membership from Helen Munro. Read Maryam’s full biography here.
“Joining the FSRH team is a very proud moment for me. Dr Helen Munro and her team have done a fantastic job during a challenging time and I’d like to thank Helen for her contribution as Vice President of Membership. I aim to continue supporting the FSRH and its members and help to raise the profile of SRH with decision-makers.
I believe that the FSRH has a wealth of expertise and evidence-based clinical guidance, and has the potential to influence the SRH community both nationally and globally. I hope to support the FSRH in achieving its national vision as well as its international goals.”
As VP of Clinical Quality, Helen Munro will be responsible for working with FSRH’s Executive Directors to oversee work around the development of our clinical advice and guidance and to ensure that these areas continue to be accessible across our digital platforms. Helen will also be looking at opportunities to respond to clinical research and media opportunities as part of her role.
Helen is a Consultant and Clinical Lead in Community SRH in Wales with a wealth of experience from having worked in Scotland, SW Africa and the UK. Helen will be taking over the role of Clinical Quality from Diana Mansour.
”I will bring my past experience as FSRH's VP of membership to the role, looking to increase the reach of our Journal; the applicability of the evidence we produce to support our members on the ground; and expand opportunities to bring new research into our specialty."
We’d like to say thank you to Diana Mansour for her support of FSRH for many years and to wish her our heartfelt good wishes from everyone in the staff team and from our clinical experts.
Helen Munro said, “…[Diana] will be greatly missed but her legacy is a strong and thriving portfolio of work which makes up the cornerstone of the FSRH Quality and Standards…..”