Tel: 020 7188 6874
Areas of expertise: pregnancy with complex social factors, epilepsy.
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Dr Sonji Clarke is a consultant obstetrician with special interests in pregnancy with complex social factors and neurological conditions, particularly epilepsy. She also has significant interests in training and education.
Her particular expertise includes caring for women with alcohol and substance misuse, perinatal mental health issues and teenage pregnancy. Related to this experience, she recently participated in the Nice guideline group for antenatal and postnatal mental health and the launch of PROTECT - a project looking at providing best care for women who are asylum seekers and socially excluded.
Additionally, Dr Clarke works with the young people's midwifery team, providing care for women who are pregnant and under the age of 22. She works closely with the maternity safeguarding team to provide the best multidisciplinary care.
As the deputy head of school for the London School of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dr Clarke cares passionately about training doctors to provide not only safe, but excellent, high quality care for women and she also works in schools to encourage access into healthcare professions.