|Full name||Jane Gregory|
Human interest, relationship, health, genetics, rare chromosome disorders, learning disability, autism, epilepsy, women's lifestyle, reunions, relationships, parenting and family, and consumer rights. Anything provocative/controversial that sparks a debate, ie my story published in the Daily Mail - ‘how soon is too soon' about finding love after being widowed - was followed by 107 online comments.
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing|
|Media outlets regularly worked for||
Best, Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, Glamour, that's life!, Take-a-break, Real People among others - as a freelance.
|PR writing||Contact me for more information|
|Last updated||14-02-2017 13:24|
I've been a freelance journalist for 17 years & live near Winchester, Hants with my husband. I specialise in health, consumer & human interest. I've had articles published in the Mail on Sunday, Daily Mail (Health & Femail), Glamour, the Daily Express, the Daily Mirror, Woman’s Own, Prima, Reveal, Take-a-break & Best, among others. I have also worked as a teacher and an EV (external verifier) for a magazine journalism course at a local FE college & University.
My other role is as a mum of three and carer. I've had a self-help book published by Jessica Kingsley, London, about my experiences bringing up a child with a rare chromosome disorder & I wrote a chapter for a book entitled the ‘Genetics of Mental Retardation,’ (Karger) for the New England Journal of Medicine. I have given talks and presentations about my experiences to healthcare professionals & other parents, and am on the advisory committee for SWAN (Syndromes Without a Name). Last year, I came 2nd out of 28 entries for Epilepsy Scotland's Journalist of the Year Award.
See my blog 'Sharing Stories' on http://jgregorysharingsstories.blogspot.com
Links to some of the stories in my gallery: