Introducing the Purpose Print Team
Updated: Jan 16
Introducing our Purpose Print Team:
From left to right: Dr Gabi, Madura, Karen (Yu), Febisayo (Feb), Aditi, Marianne and Sajan
Who are we and what is the Purpose Print team...
The Purpose Print Team brought to you by Dr Gabi Clinic, consists of a group of young medics. We are the doctors of the future and will shape the direction of healthcare over the next 40 years.
The blog is called The Purpose Print because each and every bit of information shared is done so mindfully and with purpose. Purpose is defined as the reason for which something is done or created. It also means the reason for which something exists or a person’s sense of resolve or determination.
Therefore every article is carefully curated and passionately written to share what you need to know about health, in order to produce an evidenced-based reflective health blog. Being from the medical field, we have experience in evaluating health journals without bias. We read long and sometimes tedious scientific publications, filtering through medical jargon in order to share the important pertinent points with you, our audience. It is important to us that the blogs are relatable, relevant and interesting!
Each week we will be releasing a new blog post by different members of the team. They will feature information about exercise, medical knowledge, nutrition, the human body and much more. We want to educate our readers about all things health and to open your mind about all the various facts you will be learning upon your journey with us.
We believe that as medics, we have to adapt our style of communication in order to reach our audience in a way that has real meaning. In a modern world, we hope to use science and our words to virtually touch and impact our readers worldwide. We hope that you enjoy our blogs and are impacted in a positive way helping to fulfil our purpose.
We would like to take the time to introduce each member of the team:
Meet the team...
Hi, my name is Sajan! I’m part of The Purpose Print Team. I am currently in my second year of medical school at Imperial College.
I am really interested in exercise, nutrition, cooking and sleep. I have a tried some different sports - most recently rowing but my current favourites are Kickboxing and Hiking.
My aim is to keep you guys up to date with key pieces of evidence regarding these areas and help to inspire you to try new things and find new ways to incorporate them into your life.
Sajan likes - Sports, photography, cooking, food styling, nutrition, mountain climbing, kickboxing and trekking. We love that he looks after himself and welcome him to the team.
Aditi (Adi) –
Hi there, my name is Aditi and I’m a 4th year medical student. My interests include playing sports, history and eating! I hope you enjoy reading the blog posts from the team!
Adi likes global health, sports, reading and the history of diets. Who doesn’t love good food?!
Hello everyone! My name is Marianne and I'm from France but I study here in London! I'm also studying medicine at The Imperial College. I've been interested in women and children's health for a long time, always spending time reading around the subjects, going to conferences and getting as much work experience as I can! I'm currently doing a year of research in reproduction and developmental sciences as part of my degree which is proving really exciting!
Aside from medical school, I'm a swimmer, dancer and I am very interested in fashion. I also love travelling and learning new languages. I've also had the chance to volunteer in England and even abroad in women's health charities, and being able to help others has been the most rewarding part of my time at medical school!
With my blogs, I hope to get everyone thinking and talking about women and girls’ health as so often these subjects can be considered taboo or awkward. I really want everyone to learn more about how amazing their body is and celebrate it in all aspects!
Marianne is interested in women's health, menstrual hygiene, NGO Days for Girls, nutrition, sustainability and fashion. We can’t wait to hear what she has to say about female health. It really is a subject that should be spoken about more.
My name is Korede and I am a third year medical student at Imperial College London. As a part of The Purpose Print Team, my aim is to empower Dr Gabi’s Clinic community with reliable information so that we can all have a better understanding of our health and our options.
My personal interests are widening participation in medicine, healthcare educations and spiritually and wellbeing.
Personal socials: Instagram & Twitter @koredayyy
Korede enjoys wellness, spirituality, netball, music, science and sociology. There are some really good subjects there for her to get her teeth into and share with the world.
Karen (Yu) –
Hi! I’m Karen and I’m a second year medical student. My hobbies are art and cooking and I’m really interested in skincare, nutrition and overall wellness (physically and mentally). I am so happy for you to join us and I can’t wait for you to see all of our lovely posts.
Yu has great knowledge of China, cooking and is interested in why things happen. She is such a sweet girl and we look forward to reading her blog articles.
I’m Madura, a final year medical student at Imperial College. My interests include mental health, family medicine, nutrition and dance. I hope you enjoy reading the blogs by the Purpose Print Team and hope they can give you a more holistic understanding about your health and wellbeing!
Likes Openminds – mental health for school kids, sound engineering on radioshow, obs and gynae, holistic care, sustainability/nutrition and medicine sustainability. Welcome to the team Madura!
Febisayo (Feb) -
Hi! I’m Febi, a 4th year medical student at Imperial College, and one of the blog writers for Purpose Print! I’m interested in sports, exercise, nutrition, wellbeing, and how to generally be a better person in little and big ways. I hope you enjoy the blogs!
Feb is interested in media medicine, sports, art, exercise and sustainability. We support using natural recourses too.
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Disclaimer: Information in our blogs are as accurate and a comprehensive as possible. This is general advice and should not be used as a substitute for the individual advice readers might receive from consulting their own doctor. For other medical professionals reading, it is advised to use your own clinical judgement when interpreting the information and deciding how to best apply this to the treatment of their patients. Please see our terms and conditions page for further information on this.