Dr Clare MacDonald
Dr Macdonald is a GP in Leicester and a PhD student at University of Birmingham, researching the GP 6-8 week maternal postnatal check and how it can be improved. She is interested in infant feeding and postnatal care.
Dr Judy Shakespeare
Dr Shakespeare is a retired GP. She is passionate about postnatal care and perinatal mental health.
Dr Rehana Meeajan
Dr Meeajan is a GP in London and a PhD student at University College London, researching biosocial aspects of perinatal health inequalities. She has interests in infant feeding, allergy and medical education.
Dr Kathy Smith
Dr Smith is a GP based in Cheshire. Her portfolio of work encompasses clinical assurance, medical education, patient safety and, as a previous milk donor, she has an interest in human milk donation.
Dr Sarah Hillman
Dr Hillman is a GP in Warwickshire, Associate Professor in Primary Care Warwick and co-lead of the Women’s Health Special Interest Group for the Society of Academic Primary Care. She is passionate about perinatal care in primary care.
Dr Louise Santhanam
Dr Santhanam is a GP in London with an interest in perinatal mental health and infant feeding. She has co-developed educational resources and guidance on perinatal topics for GPs and has previously worked on enhancing local perinatal services.
Dr Jacob is a GP in London. She is passionate about representing primary care as part of a holistic perinatal approach. She is Maternity Clinical Lead for SWL ICS and co-hosts the London maternal postnatal check webinar series.
Dr Victoria Silverwood
Dr Silverwood is a GP in Macclesfield, Cheshire and a PhD student at Keele Medical School. Her thesis is based around interventions for perinatal anxiety. She is passionate about providing high quality perinatal care that is tailored to individual women.
Dr Becky MacGregor
First 5 Representative
Dr MacGregor is a newly qualified GP working in Warwickshire and a NIHR Doctoral Fellow at the University of Warwick.
GPCPC Committee September 2023
With thanks to past GPCPC Committee Members: Dr Julia Darko, Dr Suresha De Almeida