Clearblue Advisors

Clearblue engage with a range of independent Healthcare Professionals to broaden our scientific and educational understanding, keep abreast of changing scientific and clinical trends and to have them critique our product-related activities. Our Advisory Board is made up of a range of fertility, pregnancy, contraception and sexual health experts selected for their range of experience.

  • James Walker

    St James University Hospital, Leeds, UK

    James Walker is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at St James's University Hospital.  He was past new Chair of the Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health, which publishes national and local reports on maternal, perinatal and child health. Professor Walker was also a Clinical Specialty Adviser for The National Patient Safety Agency. He is the immediate past Senior-Vice President of the RCOG.  He is currently on the Maternity Services Review Board. He has published extensively on his specialist subjects, which include pelvic pain, menopause, menorrhagia, miscarriage, pre-eclampsia and high‐risk obstetrics.

  • Sophia Webster

    Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

    Sophia is a consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Newcastle upon Tyne. Her special interests are medical education, high risk Obstetrics including multiple pregnancy and global health. She believes strongly in women being well informed, and at the centre of their reproductive health decisions. In 2013, she piloted a small aeroplane across sub-Saharan Africa to raise awareness of safer pregnancy and childbirth, and to teach health professionals life-saving labour ward skills, in a project named ‘Flight For Every Mother’ and sponsored by Clearblue.

  • Chris Wilkinson

    Margaret Pyke Centre, London, UK

    Chris Wilkinson is the Lead Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare at the Margaret Pyke Centre, London. He is the President of the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) the leading national body that sets standards and awards qualifications in SRH in the UK, which has approximately 15,000 medical members.

    Chris chaired the development of the NICE Guideline on Long Acting Reversible Contraception and was formerly the Lead for the London Sexual Health Programme and the Clinical Lead for the UK e-Learning for Heath, Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Programme. Dr Wilkinson is a member of the UK Sexual and Reproductive Clinical Research Network and is closely involved in developing the research programme.

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