jane feinnman  Jane Feinmann, award-winning health writer and medical journalist,





I am a medical journalist with experience in telling sometimes difficult stories and turning complex science into clear messages for any audience.Over the years, I’ve written on a regular basis for most national newspapers including: Guardian, FT, Independent, Telegraph and the Times. I now write for the multi-award winning Daily Mail Good Health section.

In the past, I have worked as an editor for the medical press and women’s mags and continue to contribute to these sectors including the BMJ and Saga Magazine. I also blog for a range of websites.

My books include: Living with Gluten Intolerance (Sheldon, 2009), Everything a Girl Needs to Know about Her Periods (Ronnie Sellers Productions, 2003) and Surviving the Baby Blues (Ward Lock, 1997).

I produce health-related radio programmes for Radio 4 including Metaphor For Healing, October 2009 and To Err is Human, May 2009. I have also worked as a TV researcher.

I am a member of the Guild of Health Writers and the Medical Journalists Association. I provide consultancy services to a range of organisations including chairing media advisory boards. I have worked as a copywriter for diverse organisations creating educational and PR material. These include: Readers Digest, Dorling Kindersley, E Learning for Health, Arthritis Research UK, the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Healthtalkonline (DIPEx) and the NHS Service and Delivery Organisation.

I have written about Argentine tango for Tangodanza and DanceToday.

In 2004, I told a joke live on Richard and Judy and made Richard laugh.

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‘Without your patience and thoughtful writing, my story wouldn’t have got out to a mass audience in the first place,’ 
– Martin Bromiley, founder of Clinical Human Factors Group