Dr Ellie Cannon is in her 30s and, many would say, she is the modern face of general practice today. Vivacious and approachable, a doctor and a mother, she is best placed to write this practical, no-nonsense guide to parenting.
From delivering a baby on the floor of her surgery to comforting dying patients in the middle of the night, Ellie has seen and done a lot. She’s vocal about her opinions across a wide range of topics including diet, alcoholism, mental health, dementia and the changing climate of the NHS.
Ellie is currently resident GP for the Mail on Sunday, Mailonline and Woman Magazine, and is a regular contributor to Cosmopolitan magazine and has a weekly column in The Jewish Chronicle.Good Housekeeping featured Ellie in a recent piece on ‘Britain’s Top 25 Female Doctors’.
She’ s one of the resident medical experts for Channel 4’s Health Freaks which airs weekly, during evening prime-time viewing and is frequently on Sky News, BBC Breakfast, Daybreak, This Morning and BBC Radio 4.In addition to all this,Dr Elliehas just been confirmed for a regular weekly slot on Sky Sunrise every Tuesday morning at 8.45am.
Ellie Cannon read medicine at Cambridge University, completing her training at the Royal Free Hospital in London. She spent 5 years in hospital medicine before embarking on a career in General Practice. Ellie lives with her husband and two children in London. When not in the surgery or with her family, she can be found running on Hampstead Heath.
Please give her book a lovely plug in the title…Dr Ellie Cannon author of ‘Keep Calm; the New Mum’s Manual’ (Vermilion) available at Amazon.com.
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