Tiny Tickers has a range of spokespeople able to comment on congenital heart defects in babies, detection of these defects, and the issues facing families of a baby with a serious heart condition.
Jon Arnold, Chief Executive
The Tiny Tickers’ Chief Executive is a trained journalist and a former executive at the Press Association, having held roles including Northern Editor and Head of Editorial Production.
Jon’s daughter, Zoe (now 10), was born with a life-threatening CHD which was thankfully detected during pregnancy.
He has also served as Chair of the Northern grant-making committee of BBC Children in Need.
Anne Rhodes, Head of Training
As a specialist sonographer with a focus on fetal cardiac scanning, Anne has devoted much of her career to the advancement of understanding the importance of early detection of cardiac abnormalities in unborn babies. Anne has responsibility of our UK-wide training in fetal cardiac scanning techniques.
Professor Alan D Cameron MD FRCOG FRCP, Trustee
Alan Cameron has been a consultant obstetrician for 20 years, currently in the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow. As a former chair of the RCR/RCOG standing joint committee he helped develop the current RCOG Ultrasound training modules. He is a co-opted member of the Council and Executive Committee of the European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Other spokespeople are available to discuss specific campaigns and topics.
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