Annelies is a Neonatal GRID Trainee in the Wessex deanery. She is interested in quality improvement, research and clinical medicine. As a 30-week Triplet herself, she understands the importance of, and has benefited from, excellent advancements in neonatal care. Outside of medicine, Annelies is a military wife and enjoys socialising, the beach and paddleboarding.
I’m a newly appointed ST6 GRID trainee from Scotland but working in the North-East deanery having done all my paediatrics training in the North-East. I have a keen interest in education, mentoring and the patient journey. Recently, I have been working in multiple projects with a focus in the understanding of metabolic bone disease of […]
I completed my medical school and Paediatric training in India. After that, I went to Singapore and did a PICU fellowship in National University Hospital, Singapore before moving to the UK in 2018. In the UK, I have worked as a middle grade clinical fellow in several units including the NICU in the Royal London […]
I’m Jayne Sage, a Neonatal GRID trainee in Wales. I went to University in Southampton, my early training in paediatrics was across the South West and I have now moved to South Wales to complete specialist training. I have a particular interest in education, simulation and my classic campervan Bert.
Eileen is a paediatric ST2 in the West Midlands, interested in neonates, education, QIP and research. Projects which she has worked on are based on clinical needs of the different units she has worked at. At present including low pH on cord gases, birthday cuddles in a level 2 neonatal unit, and the use of […]