The Kensa Health Team
Our Support Team
Dr. Danielle Robinson
Women's Health Writer
Dr Robinson is a Specialty Sexual Health Doctor who has been working in the NHS for nearly 15 years. She is passionate about empowering women to make informed decisions about their sexual and contraceptive health.
In addition to her special interest in women's health and sexual health, Dr Robinson is also a practising GP and has worked in multiple specialities including obstetrics & gynaecology, urology, general medicine, paediatrics and orthopaedics. She works in a tertiary sexual health NHS clinic as well as her work as a GP.
Women's Health Editor
Melissa Wilson-Craw is currently training to become a psychotherapeutic counsellor, focusing on working with children and young adults. She has worked as a professional copywriter for over 15 years and has created and edited copy for companies ranging from Boots to What3 Words.
Melissa believes that communication, empathy, building relationships, understanding that how we use language matters. She helps us ensure our content is relatable and approachable, while also checking for the rogue typos!
Women's Health Writer
Dr Alice McGee has over six years of experience in Women’s Health Research and over three years clinical experience. She is passionate about digital health and is currently working for the University of Aberdeen as a Clinical Research Fellow in Women’s Health Research.
She brings to Kensa Health experience in medical education, having previously written medical articles for other digital health companies and medical brochures. Dr McGee is great at breaking down large, complex conditions and topics into smaller, more understandable information.
Research Fellow - Digital Health Testbed | Research & Innovation at the University of Plymouth
Technical Project Manager
Co-Founder of and Managing Director at Buzz Interactive.
Intellectual Property Solicitor and Legal Director at Murrell Associates
Calling all GPs, doctors in O&G, GUM, midwives, nurses, and those with a professional interest in women’s health. If you are a female (or identify as female) practitioner looking for more flexibility and the ability to work from home, we'd love to hear from you. Get in touch to receive updates on our plans to grow the team and potential opportunities.
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