Welcome to my shiny new website where I’m finally able to channel my creativity and energy into my passion for writing, speaking and advocacy and share this with the world. This idea has been kicking around for a while, but it was time to take the leap into the world of self promotion, and put a face to my name and what I do.
This website will be dedicated to my passion – creative writing and speaking about my experience as a TAPS patient. I’ll also be overhauling and updating my blog, The Inbuggering Diaries for amusing insights into life as a Clogaroo, so stay tuned for that.
News from me.
What better way to start my new website with some recent achievements?
The first was the publication of a paper I’d been working on with my associates (or partners in crime, it really depends on the day 😉 ) Dr. Lauren Nicholas, and Dr. Rebecca Fischbein. These incredible women are friends of mine, but also staunch advocates for creating change in the world of monochorionic twin research.
We examined screening protocols across the world for monochorionic twins, and discovered many inconsistencies in them. Not every country does the same screening for twins, which means that the standard of care varies from country to country.
We concluded that worldwide, monochorionic twins may benefit from a universal screening protocol, as this means an increased standard of care, as well as benefitting international clinical research.
Another recent event was an online chat with Nat from Twiniversity. I had so much fun chatting with her and talking about TAPS, and why it’s so important to screen for it. I also loved being able to talk about my pet passion, and tell the world about my foundation.
What I’m working on right now.
Right now, I’m working on a couple of articles for publication online, as well as routine client work. It’s always exciting to get new projects in, and create specialized writing pieces for different audiences. I’m also excited to hear what you think of my website, and my work, so why not drop me a line and tell me what you think!
Until the next time I share news,