Dr Cindy Pan is a medical practitioner, best-selling author and media personality. She has worked in general practice as well as sexual health and women’s medicine and she appears on television, lectures, and speaks and writes about health, lifestyle and relationship issues. She is based in Sydney and has extensive experience and interest in a wide range of areas including preventive health, stress management, relationships, family issues, parenting, babies and kids, self-esteem, body image issues, motivation and sexual issues.
She is the author of Pandora’s Box – lifting the lid on life’s little nasties’(HarperCollins, 2001), a humorous book about health, relationships, sex and drugs, as well as Playing Hard to Get (HarperCollins, 2010), a light-hearted look at courting and dating in the 21st century.
Her latest book, Headstarts - 100 tips for raising clever, confident, creative kids, was written in collaboration with Vanessa Woods and published by Allen and Unwin in 2011.
She has written for newspapers and magazines in Australia and Asia, including a weekly health column in ‘Body and Soul’ for Sunday papers all over Australia and a regular column on relationships and sexual health in Cleo magazine in Asia.
She has appeared on a whole host of television shows including ‘The Morning Show’, ‘Q and A’, ‘The Glasshouse’, ‘Sunrise’, ‘The Panel’, ‘Beauty and the Beast’, ‘The Super Debates’, ‘Mums and Bubs’, ‘Joker Poker’, ‘Hole in the Wall’ and ‘Children of the Dragon’ (an ABC/BBC miniseries). She was also the subject of a television documentary ‘The Ties that Bind’ in which she and her mother travelled to China in search of their roots.
For more about Cindy you can go to www.cindypan.com.au.
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