Dr Clifton is a family medicine practitioner with special interest in paediatrics, reproductive medicine, women's health, sexual health and mental health. She is a fellow of the Royal Australian college of General Practitioners and has trained further in paediatrics holding a Diploma of Child health from the University of Sydney. Dr Clifton is an antenatal shared care GP, holding affiliations with the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Camperdown and the Royal Hospital for Women Randwick. Dr Clifton has a passion for teaching and works as a Medical Educator at Medcast and at GP Synergy, the regional training provider for the Australian General Practice Training Program. Dr Clifton is a conjoint lecturer at UNSW providing medical student teaching at St George Hospital clinical school. Dr Clifton is on the Clinical Council for the Central and South Eastern Public Health Network and advises for the Mental Health Action Group.
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