What do you love about women’s health?

Women’s health is an incredibly diverse and dynamic area of medicine. Whether it is as a clinician, researcher, advocate or student, I think it is a great privilege to be able to care for women at some of the most important stages of their lives. I have found all my O&G rotations incredibly rewarding and continue to be inspired by a specialty that strives to empower women to make informed health choices.

What are you hoping to achieve through PVOGs?

PVOGS is an organisation that acts to support medical students and junior doctors navigate the challenging aspects of being a prevocational trainee. I firmly believe that it is only by looking after each other, can we deliver excellent care to our patients. In this role, I hope to continue enhancing the experience of budding O&Gs by advocating for their needs and ensuring their voices are heard.