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About Catherine Hales

Catherine is the editor of The Doctify Journal. Check out the rest of Doctify's blog for articles about medical issues, health and wellness and parenting plus much, much more.

Inside our GP Event: What a GP Needs to Know About Skin Disease

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
Last week, we held our second GP event at Google HQ in partnership with MyLocumManager and Echo. The event was one ins a series of inspirational CPD gatherings for busy General Practitioners and featured talks from three exceptional Dermatologists.
The event rundown
Continuing Professional Development can sometimes feel like a chore, a glorified […]

By |March 20th, 2018|Top Articles, For Clinicians|Comments Off on Inside our GP Event: What a GP Needs to Know About Skin Disease

Our Guide to Social Media for Medical Professionals

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
Social media is tricky. Whether you are using it for your own personal reasons or to build a brand, each different platform seems to follow different rules.

As a medical practitioner, using these platforms can be even more challenging. What is acceptable to post? Do people want to book with a […]

By |March 14th, 2018|Top Articles, For Clinicians|Comments Off on Our Guide to Social Media for Medical Professionals

Our Guide to Women’s Health on International Women’s Day

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
Happy International Women’s Day, everyone! This year, celebrating IWD feels extra special as we remember the Suffragettes, who fought for and won the fight for the right vote 100 years ago. There are so many different ways to get empowered these days, living as we do in the age of […]

By |March 8th, 2018|Hot Topics, Top Articles|Comments Off on Our Guide to Women’s Health on International Women’s Day

SEO for Doctors: What is it and How Can it Help My Practice?

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
In the current digital landscape, there are three letters that are tossed around pretty often: SEO. But what do they even mean? Why are they important? And, most importantly, how can I use them to help my business?

So, we have decided to make things a little simpler for you.
First things […]

By |February 25th, 2018|Top Articles, For Clinicians|Comments Off on SEO for Doctors: What is it and How Can it Help My Practice?

The Ultimate Porridge Recipe to up your Breakfast Game

Written by Mrs Josie Elles for Doctify
Knitwear at the ready: it’s getting cold, folks. Or, colder, I should say. This is England after all. With temperatures dipping and days getting shorter, its getting increasingly difficult to roll out of bed in the mornings. Our plan? Make your breakfast worth getting up for.
Why choose porridge?
Other than […]

By |September 20th, 2017|Wellbeing & Fitness|Comments Off on The Ultimate Porridge Recipe to up your Breakfast Game

TFL’s Anxiety Tube Map Helps Sufferers to Navigate London

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
Travelling to work on the Tube every day can be a nuisance. But for those who suffer from anxiety or claustrophobia, the journey can be almost unbearable. Luckily, the folks over at Transport for London have taken this into account and produced a special Underground map. This downloadable version helps […]

By |September 10th, 2017|Hot Topics|Comments Off on TFL’s Anxiety Tube Map Helps Sufferers to Navigate London

5 Interesting Medical Facts you Might Not Know

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
Whether you spend all your time trawling through NetDoctor for medical tidbits or just like dropping interesting trivia into conversation, this is the blog post for you.
Gum doesn’t actually stay in your stomach for seven years

 

This old wives tale is one of those ‘medical facts’ that you learn as a […]

By |August 24th, 2017|Hot Topics, Top Articles|Comments Off on 5 Interesting Medical Facts you Might Not Know

4 Health Myths you Will Not Believe Aren’t True

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
We live surrounded by information and opinions – most of them on the internet. I’ve lost track of whether drinking a glass of red wine every night is the equivalent to two hours at the gym or is likely to cause you to keel over and die of heart disease. […]

By |August 23rd, 2017|Hot Topics|Comments Off on 4 Health Myths you Will Not Believe Aren’t True

What’s Wrong in Westeros? Diagnosing Game of Thrones

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
Please, come in. Maester Qyburn will see you now. We warn you, spoilers lie ahead so read on at your own peril.

A theme of the series, as any fans will know, is beloved and (not so beloved) characters meeting an untimely end. We can’t provide medical help or advice for […]

By |July 13th, 2017|Hot Topics|Comments Off on What’s Wrong in Westeros? Diagnosing Game of Thrones