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CALNE GIRLS’ TALK
Tuesday 7th November 2017

Caroline Brand left St Mary’s Calne in 1989 and after a year working and travelling, started at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College in 1990. She qualified in 1996 and after house jobs and an accident and emergency job in England, went to work in Sydney for a year before returning to London and working in a variety of different hospital jobs for the next four years. Following this, she completed her general practice training in Bethnal Green and continued to work in Hackney and Tower Hamlets for another year before moving to East Sussex where she works as a part time GP. She was a GP tutor at Brighton and Sussex Medical School until last year when she started working to help monitor and develop local services for end of life care and frailty.                              

 

 

Charlotte Manisty left Calne in 1995 and went to Oxford to read Medicine, before moving to Imperial College for her clinical training (including an elective period in a hospital in Zambia). In her 12 years as a junior doctor training to be a cardiologist, she worked in a variety of hospitals across London and the South East from Brighton to Watford, and most of the London teaching hospitals in between.  During this period she also completed a PhD and had two children, before finally taking a consultant post at the Barts Heart Centre, the largest cardiovascular hospital in Europe, which she combines with a Senior Lecturer post at University College London. She specialises in heart failure and cardiac imaging, and has set up and leads one of the largest dedicated cardio-oncology services in the world at Barts, to assess and treat cancer patients with heart problems. Her most recent challenge to date has been combining her academic and clinical work with her two older children and the arrival of a new baby, whilst attempting to retain her sanity.

 

 

Martha Wyles left St Mary’s Calne in 1991 and went to Edinburgh University to read Medicine. She had always wanted to do medicine. During the course she undertook an intercalated BSc in Biochemistry and graduated from medicine in 1997. She did her first year of medicine in Scotland and drove 525 miles overnight from Kirkcaldy to Eastbourne where she started her career in paediatrics. Following a further 9 years as a junior doctor, she qualified as a consultant paediatrician in 2007 and has been working in Winchester since 2008. She works as a general paediatrician looking after premature babies up to teenagers which gives a huge range of work. Since becoming a consultant, she has developed a special interest in allergy.  She also has an interest in education and works as a RCPCH tutor with trainee doctors and with undergraduate medical students. Along the way, she has picked up an army husband and had four strong willed children. 

 

Saturday 14th October 2017

SAVE THE DATE

We are delighted to announce that the next CGA Annual Reunion will take place at St Mary's Calne on Saturday 14th October 2017.

Please come as guests of the CGA from 11.15am. As ever, husbands and partners are extrememly welcome.

Programme for the day is as follows :

11.15am                                            Coffee & Welcome

11.45am                                            Chapel Service

12.35pm                                             Drinks in Florence Dyas House

1.15pm                                               Lunch in school Dining Room

2.00pm                                               Tours of the school

2.45pm                                               Musical Entertainment in the school chapel

3.30pm                                               Tea

4.00pm                                               Depart

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