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Kelly is a clinician researcher with an interest in reproductive health and epidemiology. Her research is focused on in improving access to contraception and, in turn, improving reproductive health outcomes for vulnerable women, particularly women who use alcohol and other drugs. Kelly is a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney and is supported through a university scholarship.  She is also undertaking advanced specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology and holds a diploma of obstetrics and gynaecology with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.



Anna has a midwifery background and is a holder of a Master of Applied Sciences. After five years of working in the research sector, she is currently a PhD candidate at the Adelaide Medical School, University of Adelaide and is a recipient of an Adelaide Scholarship International. Her research interest is on reproductive health and chronic non-communicable diseases. Her PhD is focusing on family planning and multiple sclerosis, with a particular interest on how to better support individuals with a chronic disease during their reproductive journey.