Toni Hazell

An NHS GP and freelance writer/editor, with a particular interest in eLearning

I am a GP in London and a freelance medical writer, blogger and editor. My main clinical areas of interest are sexual and reproductive health, HIV, allergy and asthma but I am happy to write on any medical topic as well as more general areas including wellbeing and parenting.

I have written and edited online and paper CPD for a variety of organisations including the Royal College of GPs, Pulse, MIMS, Guidelines in Practice, BMJ Masterclasses and iheed. I am also happy to write for the general public and have been quoted in various publications including Marie Claire and Take A Break. I am also available for careers advice and personal appearances.

I am on the executive committee of the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum and on the advisory board of Chemist and Druggist magazine. I also sit on the Local Medical Committee for Haringey East and I am a GP appraiser.

I have a strong academic background having qualified near the top of my year. I am organised and efficient and I pride myself on producing work on time and written in appropriate language for the reader, whether the publication is aimed at medical professionals or the general public.

I have two young children who keep me busy; when I have a spare minute I like to go running, play the piano and spend time trying to make things grow in the garden, with varying degrees of success.

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