Dr Ellie is the current face of general practice. A young, vivacious, approachable doctor, she is best known for her weekly health column in the Mail on Sunday and her regular appearances on Sky News Sunrise. Ellie is the resident GP for the Mail on Sunday, Mailonline and Best magazine, a frequent contributor to the popular health site Netdoctor and is widely quoted in the popular media on health matters Dr Ellie is the on-screen GP for Sky News Sunrise appearing weekly and she is now the regular doctor on LBC's Tuesday evening Health Hour. She can also be seen and heard regularly commenting on health matters on ITV news, BBC news and Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show. In 2017 she channelled her inner-geek appearing in a Celebrity Eggheads team of TV doctors! Dr Ellie read medicine at Cambridge University and then completed her clinical training at the Royal Free Hospital, London. She spent five years in hospital medicine, before embarking on a career in General Practice. Ellie combines her clinical and media work with her 'proper job' - being a mum to her two children.
Is Your Job Making You Ill? contains good sound advice from
Dr Ellie Cannon. It is well worth reading for anyone who is
struggling at work and needs a framework for thinking differently
about it -- Karen Mattison MBE, joint CEO Timewise
Dr Ellie Cannon has produced an incredibly helpful guide to dealing with ill health at work. It's not just for those who are unwell but for the people around them too. I have spoken to many staff in HR about stress and mental health related issues at work and I believe this book is a must read for them as well. Mental illness has become a rapidly increasing cause for concern within the workplace and very few people know how to navigate this. Dr Ellie's book gives comprehensive advice and practical words of wisdom from her years of experience that will be extremely reassuring to anyone who is struggling -- Jonny Benjamin, MBE, mental health campaigner, writer, filmmaker & public speaker
Groundbreaking . . . so relatable given the current way we approach our work -- Amy Wall * Woman's Way *
The book's comprehensive chapters are heavily imbued with [Dr Ellie Cannon's] own brand of infectious enthusiasm for sorting out work-related health issues . . . [the book] will, I am sure, be empowering for large numbers of patients . . . I am quite happy to recommend the second addition the the Cannon canon to those GPs who have patients who are struggling -- William Mackintosh, GP and Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners, South West Wales Faculty * The British Journal of General Practice *