Rachel Summers (f)
Qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1983, worked in general medicine/surgery at Ipswich hospital before specialising in coronary care. Certificate in Coronary Care 1987, Certificate in Health Education 1991 before moved into primary care in 2008, specialising in diabetes. Certificate in Diabetes Care from Warwick University 2009.
Sal Roberts (f)
RGN 1991 at Bath, Registered Midwife at St Marys, Paddington, worked as a midwife/community midwife/senior midwife in London until 2002. Moved to Ipswich and became Lead Nurse Reproductive Health East Suffolk + Lead Outreach Nurse Suffolk until 2009. Then went to Waveney to become Consultant Nurse. 2009 - Non Medical Prescriber, 2010 achieved MSc in Reproductive and Sexual Health. 2014 DFSRH; 2015 PGA Med-Ed (SRH); 2016 Faculty Registered Trainer. Now working part time providing a full contraceptive service (including fitting/removal all the long-acting methods), sexual health advice, menopause advice and treatment, male and female reproductive health advice and treatment (including unwanted pregnancy advice and referral) in general practice as a Specialist Nurse; also continuing to train Doctors and Nurses and allied health professionals in Reproductive and Sexual Health all over the country and going into schools to help deliver PHSE.
Jo Whight (f)
After 15 years working in research a career change was required. Qualified as a RN in 2004, working in the community with patients in their own homes. In 2005 joined General Practice specialising in Chronic Disease Management (COPD, Asthma, Diabetes), Family Planning and Reproductive Health, Wound Care, Travel Health, Cervical Cytology & Childhood Vaccination.
Supporting Self-Management 2009, Certificate in Diabetes Care (Warwick) 2011, BSc (Hons) Nursing Practice 2012, Non-Medical Prescribing 2014, Spirometry Performance and Interpretation (ARTP) 2019.
Currently specialising in Respiratory Care at Two Rivers and as a Specialist Nurse Advisor for a national charity.