Here’s my portfolio of published articles and work. If you’re interested in collaboration, please get in touch with me.
Rare Revolution Magazine
The Role of Gender in Rare Disease: Are The Voices Of Mothers (and Women) Being Heard? – RARE and Equitable edition, Summer 2021
Seeing Red: The Importance of Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence Screening For Parents – Rare Revolution 26/11/2021
Turning The Tide For Rare Disease. – Rare Revolution Website, 28 February 2021
The Problem With A TAPS Diagnosis – PatientWorthy
Do Google It: The Benefits Of Patient Led Advocacy Groups – Patient Worthy
How Social Media Has Changed Rare Disease Advocacy – Patient Worthy
What is Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence? – PatientWorthy
A Look At The TAPS Trial – PatientWorthy
Broadening Perspectives And Changing Conventional Approaches – PatientWorthy
TAPS and Twins – Twinfo
One Mother’s Story of Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome – Amsterdam Mamas
Changing the Narrative: Advocating For Your Kids – Amsterdam Mamas
Getting A Rare Disease Diagnosis In A New Country: Now What? – Amsterdam Mamas
Fetal Health Foundation
“TTTS vs TAPS: What’s The Difference Anyway?” Connexions Issue 6 – Spring 2020, pages 14-17 – Fetal Health Foundation.
Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence: The Slow Change That Alters Everything – Fetal Health Foundation
What is TAPS? Learn About This Little Known Complication – Twiniversity
The Trouble With Twins: Delivering Daughters With TTTS – YouShare Project
‘The Dutch are responsible for the cultivation of orange carrots’ – Interview by Dutch News NL
Complications of Twin Pregnancies – Japan Multiple Birth Association.
Scriptwriter and advisor. Credited as Assistant Producer
Dispelling Myths about Antenatal TAPS: A Call for Action for Routine MCA-PSV Doppler Screening in the United States
Nicholas, L.; Fischbein, R.; Aultman, J.; Ernst-Milner, S. Dispelling Myths about Antenatal TAPS: A Call for Action for Routine MCA-PSV Doppler Screening in the United States. J. Clin. Med. 2019, 8, 977. https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm8070977
Review of International Clinical Guidelines Related to Prenatal Screening during Monochorionic Pregnancies.
Nicholas, L.; Fischbein, R.; Ernst-Milner, S.; Wani, R. Review of International Clinical Guidelines Related to Prenatal Screening during Monochorionic Pregnancies. J. Clin. Med. 2021, 10, 1128. https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm10051128
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Building Connections: How Social Media Can Help Rare Disease Patients: The Times (Raconteur) – Interviewed by Magda Imbrahim. 25/11/2021
Redefining TAPS: How Stephanie And the TAPS Support Foundation Raise Awareness – Patient Worthy – Interviewed by Jessica Lynn, 18/06/2021
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