After training as a GP and working for a short time in General Practice, Alice went back into hospital medicine and did 2 years of anaesthetics, followed by the Diploma in Tropical Medicine in London. She then worked in West Africa for 14 years and after a break with young children, went back into Emergency Medicine part-time. After 12+ years in ED and gaining FRCEM, she works as an Associate Specialist at The Royal Surrey in Guildford, where She is POCUS lead for the department. She supervises and teaches Ultrasound to junior doctors on a daily basis, when working, which she finds very rewarding. Outside work she loves hill walking, swimming, playing guitar and singing.