Area of expertise: Adolescent health, safeguarding, quality improvement
Dr Emma Parish has been a paediatric consultant at the Evelina London since 2019. She studied medicine and worked as a junior doctor in Dundee before moving to London to complete her paediatric training in 2010.
Emma has completed a fellowship in postgraduate medical education at Great Ormond Street Hospital and was previously editorial registrar at the BMJ (2014/15). She is a National Medical Director’s fellow with the faculty of medical leadership and management.
Emma has an interest in adolescent medicine, completing post-graduate specialist interest training in this area. She is secretary for the Young People’s Health Specialist Interest Group (YPHSIG) for the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She also contributes to mentoring quality improvement projects with the London School of Paediatrics.
- MBChB (2008) University of Dundee, Scotland
- BMSc (Hons) Applied Orthopaedic Technology (2006), University of Dundee, Scotland
- Member of the RCPCH (2013)
- SPIN in adolescent health (2019), RCPCH
- Adolescent health
- Quality improvement
2018 Youth on Board Award: “The Project Award” – British Youth Council – awarded as part of the post graduate medical education team to deliver co-created and patient-led education.