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Abi is freelance journalist with a special interest in health and medicine writing.
Since 2000 Adrian has been employed in emergency and critical care paediatrics based in Sydney, with particular interests in toxicology, trauma and resuscitation.
Allie Anderson is an NCTJ-qualified journalist with many years of experience writing and editing for a range of publishers.
Dr Anjali Mahto is a London trained consultant dermatologist and author of The Skincare Bible.
Dr. Anjum Gandhi has over 25 years of clinical, teaching and research experience in paediatrics and is a Consultant Paediatrician.
Dr Anna Cantlay is an experienced NHS and private GP based in london.
Annabel is a Registered Associate Nutritionist with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition.
Dr Carrie Ruxton qualified as a Dietitian at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, before gaining a PhD in Child Nutrition.
Professor Cathy Jackson graduated from Manchester Medical School having gained a first-class honours degree in physiology along the way.
Dr Colin Tidy qualified as a doctor in 1983 and he has been writing for Patient since 2004.
Danny Buckland is an award-winning health journalist who writes for national newspapers, medical magazines and health websites.
TV's Dr Dawn has been an NHS GP for 23 years. She has been working as a media doctor for over twelve years.
As a lifelong food fanatic, Ellie is a big believer that having special dietary requirements shouldn't mean boring meals.
Dr Ellie Cannon is the resident GP for the Mail on Sunday and Mailonline and is well known as the on-screen GP for Sky News Sunrise and Channel 5.
Gemma is very hands-on when it comes to creating visual content, both for the site and for its social media platforms.
Georgia graduated from Bournemouth University with a BA (Hons) in Scriptwriting for Film and Television and an MA in Literary Media.
Gillian is a freelance writer and columnist for a variety of national newspapers and magazines.
Ginny Weeks is a freelance copywriter, lifestyle editor and consultant with over 10 years experience working across many different platforms.
Dr Gurvinder Rull qualified in 2000, joining EMIS’s content authoring team (now Patient.info) in 2007.
Hannah qualified as a GP in 1997. She joined EMIS (Patient) as a peer reviewer in August 2006.
Dr Hayley Willacy has been a practising GP for over twenty years.
Helen qualified at Guy’s Hospital in 1989 and left London in 1990 to settle in the countryside.
Helen Allen qualified as a Pharmacist in 1979 and spent 3 years as the drug information leaflets' author for EMIS.
Dr Hilary Jones, GP, author and medical broadcaster, qualified at the Royal Free Hospital in 1976.
Jacqueline was a GP in Kendal, Cumbria for 25 years, where she trained young GPs for the RCGP and was an Instructing Doctor for the FSRH.
Dr Jan Sambrook qualified from the University of Sheffield in 1992.
Dr Jennifer Kelly is a GP and medical author for Patient.info.
Dr Jessica Garner is a GP and health writer and graduated from Medical School in 2002.
Joelle O'Neill is a registered Dietician based in Leeds, West Yorkshire.
Dr John Cox worked as a Medical Registrar in the UK and New Zealand and as a locum Physician in New Zealand.
Julian Turner is a freelance journalist and Editor of Compelo Energy.
Karen is an NCTJ-qualified freelance journalist with a special interest in health.
Kerry has been a freelance writer, editor and proofreader since 2016; she specialises in science and health-related topics.
Dr Lawrence Knott qualified in 1973 and has had extensive experience as a General Practitioner.
Professor Lesley Regan became the 30th President of the RCOG in September 2016.
Lilly Sabri is a chartered Physiotherapist, APPI pilates instructor, fitness, health and lifestyle influencer and founder of #LeanWithLilly.
Louise qualified from Manchester University in 1994 and is a GP and menopause expert in Solihull, West Midlands.
Dr Mary Harding qualified from Cambridge University medical school in 1989.
Dr Mary Lowth was a Suffolk GP for 20 years, specialising in paediatrics and child protection.
Max Pemberton is a doctor, journalist and writer. He is based in London and works in mental health.
Michael qualified as a pharmacist in 2000 and joined the Patient.info authoring team in 2016.
Milly Evans is a sexual health campainger, writer and activist.
Natalie is head of editorial at Patient. She is a London-based health journalist who has been writing about science and medicine for several years.
Nick Imm qualified in 1993 and joined EMIS as a clinical author for Patient.info in 2013.
Dr Oliver Starr is a general practitioner in Hertfordshire and an undergraduate tutor at University College Medical School.
Dr Partha Kar has been a Consultant in Diabetes & Endocrinology at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust since 2008.
Priya is an award-winning dietitian with over 10 years of experience.
Dr Richard Draper qualified in 1981 and has worked 24 years in general practice, currently as a GP partner, Oxshott Medical Practice, Oxshott Surrey.
Dr Roger Henderson qualified as a GP in 1985 and has authored for EMIS since early 2013.
Rose has authored for several publications including The Healthy Food Guide and is a Nutrition and Wellbeing Manager for The Good Eating Co.
Rosemary qualified with double first class honours from Cambridge University, and after training in sexual health, obstetrics and gynaecology became a GP.
Ross Davies is a freelance journalist.
Rowanna Watson (AKA The Vegan Health Coach) is a Certified Holistic Health Coach.
Sally Turner is a writer and broadcaster specialising in sexual health and women’s issues.
Sara Lindberg is a freelance health, fitness, and wellness writer.
After training in medicine at Cambridge and Oxford, Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE became a GP.
Sarah Graham is an award-winning freelance health journalist, and founder of the feminist women's health blog Hysterical Women.
Swaran Singh is Professor of Social and Community Psychiatry at Warwick Medical School.
In 2009, after the birth of her second child, Torie True left the city and set up her food blog focusing on home cooking with herbs and spices.
Val competed on the Great British Bake Off in 2016 and quickly won the hearts of the nation with her homely bakes.
Dr Javaid qualified from Cambridge University and completed his GP VTS training in Northampton.
Zoe Williams graduated from Medical school in 2007 and currently practices as an NHS GP in London.