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Critical medical information must be presented in a clear and understandable language so that the patient fully understands his or her choices and decisions. Ultimately, it is the patient who must make the critical health choices. We believe that in the future the world of medicine will be dominated by a new patient who seeks out critical information on the Internet and that this will take a new type of doctor who must help the patient coach outlet atlanta kitchens assess the quality of that information. In addition to creating written content for the patient these same health professionals respond to users questions and concerns regarding general health concerns. Our editorial independence and reliance on professional advice is our single most important asset. There is a clear distinction between the editorial and business staff. We follow the same standards of practice as the leading medical journals. None of the funding source providers has any editorial control over NetDoctor's content, which is developed independently and guided only by accepted medical opinion. All material published on the NetDoctor web site is commissioned directly from UK health professionals. The information provided on this site is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her existing physician. Confidentiality of data relating to individual patients and visitors to a medical/health Web site, including their identity, is respected by this Web site. The Web site owners undertake to honour or exceed the legal requirements of medical/health information privacy that apply in the country and state where the Web site and mirror sites are located. Where appropriate, information contained on this site will be supported by clear references to source data and, where possible, have specific HTML links to that data. at the bottom of the page). Any claims relating to the benefits/performance of a specific treatment, commercial product or service will be supported by appropriate, balanced evidence. The designers of this Web site will seek to provide information in the clearest possible manner and provide contact addresses for visitors that seek further information or support. The Webmaster will display his/her E mail address clearly throughout the Web site. Support for this Web site will be clearly identified, including the identities of commercial and non commercial organizations that have contributed funding, services or material to the site. If advertising is a source of funding, it will be clearly stated. A brief description of the advertising policy adopted by the Web site owners will be displayed on the site. He decided to work part time in 1995 to concentrate on his writing career, and within 2 years was the medical columnist of the Sunday Times. He has written regular columns for many newspapers and magazines and is currently the medical columnist for the Sunday Mirror, Woman's Own, Slimming magazine, Yours magazine and a number of other publications. His medical responsibilities include being a college doctor and a busy family doctor in Shropshire, running a main surgery and two branch surgeries. Dr Dan Rutherford, BSc MB ChB MRCGP FRCP, qualified from Edinburgh University in 1979. After hospital training in General Medicine and Gastroenterology in Dundee and Edinburgh he became a full time Principal in General Practice in St Andrews, Scotland, in 1986. In addition to a range of medical writing work he now runs his own private general practice in St Andrews. Christine Webber LNCP, MNCH Dip PHTA, Dip Cognitive Approaches to Psychotherapy (London) is a popular columnist, TV and radio agony aunt and qualified psychotherapist and life coach. She is known for her direct approach and her sound advice balanced with a ready wit. Visit her website for more details. Dr Carl J Brandt, qualified in Medicine at Odense University, and carried out his postgraduate training in Faaborg, and his surgical residency in Glamsbjerg. After several years as Senior House Officer at the Odense University Hospital in the department of Medical Gastroenterology, he moved to the department of Clinical Biochemistry. During his time as a PhD research fellow at Odense University he worked on the smoker's lung project and the subsequent paper was published in The Lancet. The Medical Consultants Dr Kosh Agarwal, specialist coach backpack clearance research registrar at the Centre for Liver Research, Newcastle Medical School. Dr Linda Appiah Kubi, a clinical fellow, with Dr K Ray Chaudhuri, in Movement Disorders at the Guy's King's St. Thomas's School of Medicine. She has a BSc degree in Neurosciences and has presented her research work in several international Movement Disorders meetings. Her special interest lies in the area of Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease and pharmacological therapy of Movement Disorders. Dr Claire Atkinson MB BS MRCPsych, research specialist registrar in psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Newcastle. Mr Michael L Bowen FRCS MRCOG MRCP (Ireland), obstetrician and gynaecologist, honorary consultant North West London Hospitals NHS Trust. Mr Bowen is an experienced obstetrician and gynaecologist who is now in private practice. He has expertise in minimal access surgery and colposcopy and has a longstanding research interest in obstetric wound coach outlet coupons 51 healing. Dr Adrian Brady, consultant cardiologist, Department of Medical Cardiology, Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Professor Charles GD Brook, Professor of Paediatric Endocrinology, Department of Medicine, Middlesex Hospital, London. Dr Sarah Burnett, service director and consultant musculoskeletal radiologist, St Mary's Hospital, London. 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She has a particular expertise in working therapeutically with people to achieve health behaviour change. She is chair elect of the British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology becoming chair in 2014. Professor Ian W Campbell FRCP. Professor Campbell graduated from Edinburgh University in 1969. Since 1978 he has been a Consultant Physician in general medicine and diabetes at Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy, Fife. In 1996, he was appointed to an Honorary Chair in the Department of Biological and Medical Sciences at the University of St Andrews.
Professor Campbell was Chairman of the Scottish Committee of the British Diabetic Association (BDA) 1991 5, and a member of the UK BDA Department of Health Task Force for the implementation of the St Vincent Declaration in Scotland. Since 1994, he has been actively involved with the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) and has chaired the Steering Committees producing the original six evidence based guidelines in 1996 97 and the recently updated seven guidelines published in November 2001 (SIGN 55). He is currently co editor of British Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease.
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