New tool identifies the most cost-effective programmes to help prevent mental ill health in local communities – released by Public Health England. Public Health England (PHE) has today (30 August 2017) launched a ground breaking new tool for local public health teams identifying the most cost effective mental health programmes. One of these 8 initiatives is […]
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About Jane Nathan
Leader of a medical education specialist team, developing and delivering live and virtual programs for professionals worldwide,
Background in Education and Clinical Development of New Medicines.
Founder and Clinic Director at Healthcare On Demand clinics in Surrey, UK.
HoD clinics bring together a team of highly skilled health practitioners of physical, psychological and complementary therapies. We treat a wide range of conditions affecting mental and physical health across all ages from babies through to the elderly. Healthcare On Demand was born out of the experiences of my family as we searched for reliable and professional healthcare for a variety of conditions. We discovered that it isn’t always easy to access the help we need when we need it and that there was a necessity for high quality centralised healthcare provision. We hope to help others meet their needs.
- Clinical Resercher at Glaxo (GlaxoSmithKline), working in neurology, respiratory, anaesthesiology and oncology (6 years)
- Lecturer in higher education (Brighton and London), Biological and Health Sciences, teaching at undergraduate level (5 years)
- Medical Education Agency (8 years)
- MD of owned medical education company (13 years)
Entries by Jane Nathan
Almost half of all girls in the UK have experienced some form of harassment or abuse on social media, according to a survey of more than 1,000 young people. The poll also showed that 40% of boys have received harassment online. The survey, conducted by Opinium for the children’s charity Plan International UK, involved 1,002 young people aged […]
All managers know the workplace has an impact on people’s health and wellbeing although it is not the only factor. Evidence shows that, in general, being in work is good for health and beneficial to well-being and the benefits apply equally to all employees. Poor conditions in the workplace however,characterised by high demand, low levels […]
Suicide is much more common than many people think, and suicidal ideation – thinking about suicide – is commoner still. The World Health Organisation estimates that approximately 1 million people die each year from suicide. What drives so many individuals to take their own lives? To those not in the grips of suicidal depression and despair, it’s […]
If shoving spoonful after spoonful of choc-chip ice-cream into your mouth after a tough day at work (or just any day, really) or binge-eating a kebab at the bus stop because you’re bored and a little sad sound familiar, your parents are to blame. At least, those are the findings of a new study by experts […]
Dr Ann Fitzgerald, Counselling Psychologist at the Healthcare On Demand clinic in Guildford talks about the importance of wellbeing, and the responsibilities of management and co-workers to be alert to the mental health and wellbeing of colleagues. See the video clip (8 minutes in duration) by clicking HERE This is a major issue for individuals and […]
Proposals to reduce the number of children being diagnosed with autism are being considered by NHS commissioners in south-west London. The idea of restricting an autism diagnosis to only the most severe cases was discussed earlier this month. The local alliance of five clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) says nothing has been decided yet. But the […]
Calm Harm app: http://www.stem4.org.uk/calmharm/ What does it do? The four categories of tasks target the main reasons for why people self harm: Distract helps to combat the urge by learning self-control; Comfort helps to care rather than harm; Express helps get feelings out in a different way; Release provides safe alternatives to self-injury. How does […]
Autism and Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASCs) affects approximately half a million people in the UK alone. This is about 1 in every 100 people. Why seek a diagnosis of possible Autistic Spectrum Conditions in Adult life? The benefits of getting a formal diagnosis of autism can include: it may help you to understand why […]
It’s described as a game, but the Blue Whale Challenge may be more sinister. Young teens who accept the challenge are encouraged to complete a series of tasks which get more and more dangerous. At the end of the game the player is urged to take their own life in order to “win.” The Blue […]
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- Announced – Most cost-effective interventions for PREVENTION of mental health problemsAugust 30, 2017 - 11:25 am
- NSPCC records 88% rise in children seeking help for online abuseAugust 17, 2017 - 5:15 pm
- What can management do to support the wellbeing of their workforce?July 16, 2017 - 6:51 pm
- Talking about suicide with BBC SurreyJune 12, 2017 - 12:00 pm
- HoD’s dietitian Dr Clare Thornton-Wood on “Picky Eaters”June 2, 2017 - 8:28 pm