Dr Lokugamage is an internationally invited speaker at many multidisciplinary birth conferences promoting respectful care, dignity and autonomy in maternity services. She has been a champion for human rights in childbirth and is on the Board of Directors of the International MotherBaby Childbirth Organisation, a UN recognised NGO (2014-present) and she was on the Advisory Board of the NGO Human Rights in Childbirth (2014-Feb 2017).
Liniks to Amali's articles:Human Rights in Childbirth, Narratives and Restorative Justice
She also works to improve patient experience and led the Footprints of Birth project at the Whittington Hospital (London, UK), which involves running a workshop for health professionals to improve compassionate, professional behaviours towards women and patients.
Liniks to Amali's videos and articles:Footprints of Birth: Women's Voices and Institutional Listening
Dr Lokugamage is Deputy Lead for Clinical and Professional Practice at University College London Medical School and has led a project called Liberating the Curriculum to help make fair and compassionate doctors of the future. It was an effort by staff and students to create a practically inclusive curriculum.
See the blog UCL Medical Students created about the project. You can see videos, student blogs and listen to a podcast on this websiteLiberating the Curriculum Blog