Dr Fiona Cornish was senior partner of a Cambridge GP practice and has successfully combined clinical practice with active roles as an appraiser, GP trainer, undergraduate teacher, school doctor and member of the University Health and Wellbeing Committee. She has been a senior member of the Medical Women’s Federation (MWF) for many years, serving as President from 2012-2014. She was the MWF representative on the General Practitioners’ Committee of the BMA.
She has contributed to discussions in GP and Pulse Magazines, writing articles and giving comments on a range of GP topics including Maternity Leave, women in leadership positions and work life balance. She has spoken on Woman’s Hour about pharmacists giving emergency contraception and why women are not a burden to the NHS!
She is a member of the Council of the Medical Protection Society. She is married to Paul and has four children.