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About Me

Kellie is an NCJT trained journalist and has received a Diploma in medical writing from the prestigious Stanford University. Her passion for medical writing and reviewing stems from her drive to expand her own and others awareness surrounding scientific principles associated with women's health, in an easy to understand manner.

 

Her work is centred around interrogating standards, stories and scientific breakthroughs so that the wider public can become their happiest and healthiest selves. She has a particular passion for all things reproductive health and aims to break down barriers surrounding fertility, pregnancy and motherhood. 

Kellie's work has been featured by the likes of BBC Radio, Peanut, FemFresh, ITV, The Independent and USA Today. 

Women's Health Jounrnalist

Specialist Biomedical Scientist..

Kellie is a HCPC- registered Specialist Biomedical Scientist in Histopathology. She began her education completing a BSc in Biomedical Sciences, before going on to complete an MSc in Translational Oncology. Kellie has worked within the NHS for over eight years and worked her way up to becoming a Specialist Biomedical Scientist with a special interest in dissection. Here Kellie has worked for Oxford University Hospitals and specialist Women's Health hospitals, along completing a Specialist Diploma with the Institute Of Biomedical Scientists in Histopathology. 

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Kellie is a specialist biomedical scientist, NCTJ qualified journalist and women's health expert. She is passionate about debunking all thing's medical science using the most up to date evidence-based research. She believes that happiness starts with health and that  healthcare deserves to step into the 21st century. Therefore, she advocates for breaking the science of medicine down into chunks that everyone can understand and access. Her writing, broadcasting and social media work breaks down barriers surrounding health and translates the science of healthcare in an easy to digest manner. 

 

She contributes to various medical outlets and company's as a medical writer, medical reviewer and scientific consultant. She also contributes to national news outlets and speaks on topics surrounding health across radio, television and podcasts. 

 

Kellie works with various organisations from research to advocacy projects all dedicated to furthering the knowledge of health based science through the use of quality evidence and data. 

Kellie is currently in the process of writing her first book centered around debunking  women's health myths. 

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