Meet the Team
Evie is a Junior Doctor working in London with a longstanding interest in Sustainability. Initially she became involved in sustainability in healthcare with the group 'Green at Barts Health' and worked on numerous SusQI projects from re-usable PPE to waste.
As she sees it, this is the most important challenge facing our generation of doctors and the best way to bring about sustainable change is by collective action.
Currently a Junior Doctor training to be a Paediatrician in West Yorkshire, sustainability has become an increasing interest as we gain a better understanding of what is needed to leave a habitable planet for the future generations.
He is excited to be taking on this shared role and his main aim is to support GHASP members in continuing to continue to make a real impact on the healthcare impact of climate change. He is currently focused on building spaces for members to connect and collaborate more easily.
Whilst an Anaesthetics trainee, Jonny started 'GASP' in 2018 with the aim of decarbonising healthcare after being frustrated by the impact the profession has. GHASP has since grown into an award winning organisation making significant impact and with members internationally. Now as a Consultant he continues to advocate and work on projects furthering the goal of reducing the environmental impact and is a significant source of advice for the current leadership team of GHASP.
Social Media Manager
An Anaesthetics Trainee in Yorkshire and The Humber, Gillian has seen first hand the impact healthcare has on the environment. She is passionate that we need to make urgent, significant changes now to have a chance of avoiding irreversible damage and believes that the way forward is through connecting with each other to share learning and inspire action.
Currently an anaesthetics trainee based in West Yorkshire, Natasha is a firm believer that through education and discussion we can raise awareness about the impact health care has on the environment and vice versa.
Natasha believes through education and our personal and professional actions we can reduce the impact climate change has on our health. In addition we can prepare as healthcare professionals to treat patients that have been adversely affected by environmental changes.