Honey (Helen) trained initially at UQ and the Mater Children’s Hospital before spending time in Melbourne at the RWH and RCH ( Murdoch Institute). Her Doctorate in the Behavioural and Attentional consequences of Adenotonsillectomy was completed through the University of Nottingham where she was a Lecturer in Community Paediatrics. She has since returned to Brisbane.
She is currently the Medical Director of Community Child & Youth Services at Children’s Health Queensland as well as a Sleep Physician and the Co-Director of the Centre for Clinical Trials in Rare Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Her clinical work involves children with a variety of Developmental and Behavioural problems as well as a number of clinics that specialise in Sleep disorders for this population. She also runs a specialised clinics for some genetic disorders. She has a number of research interests that reflect her clinical practice.
View Honey’s Abstract: The understanding and challenges of sleep problems in people with learning disabilities