Caroline is a leader in her field, respected the world over, and she is herself a clinician with the very highest of standards. Qualifying as a doctor in Leeds in 1990, Caroline, after a variety of house officer jobs in Adult Surgery, Cardiology, and Medicine went on to a Senior House Officer role in Accident and Emergency in Leeds. She completed the Sheffield 3 year Vocational Training Scheme and qualified as a GP. This led to working with children, particularly paediatrics and Caroline went on to further paediatric training working as a Paediatric Registrar at the Sheffield Children’s Hospital with time in developmental paediatrics. It is here she met her mentor Dr Val Harpin and started working regularly in clinics at the Ryegate Children’s Centre in Sheffield, moving on to full time neurodevelopmental paediatrics which led, in 2004, to her current position as the Associate Specialist In Paediatric Neurodisability.
Caroline is also the Trust’s lead for ADHD. Caroline is often witnessed presenting at national and international conferences and also assists the development of international pharmaceutical services as an advisor.
Caroline is published and is considered by all, especially those at ADHD 360, to be an expert in her field.