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Jude introduces new way to medically keep on track

By Mark Beale

BETWEEN hotel relief management, being a swimming teacher and recently assisting in the operation of the newly formed Dentists @ 121, Mt Julian resident Jude Pannan has announced she has published her her first book my Medical Journal.

It took Mrs Pannan 18 months to produce my Medical Journal and she received her first copy on Christmas Eve last year.

She is now ready to promote and share with the rest of the Whitsundays her creation.

my Medical Journal is a 400-page hardbound journal split up into six chapters.

Mrs Pannan created the journal as a simple way to keep medical listings safe and secure.

The whole message of the book is to promote her message “your health is in your hands”.

“The way it all fell into place for me – I honestly believe I was put on this earth to write it,” Mrs Pannan said.

It was an epiphany during a holiday in Fiji that inspired her to create the journal.

When Mrs Pannan arrived back in Australia, she visited major bookstores and chemists in search of a medical journal.

“I was fist pumping the air every time someone said no,” she said.

Ms Pannan believes my Medical Journal is the only personal medical journal on the market in Australia.

The benefits of the journal is that it reduces the risk of medical errors, ensures privacy, keeps track of total medical treatments from hospitalisations to surgeries, eliminates guesswork, speaks for you in emergencies and more.

The self-published book is $49.95 and can be ordered directly through Jude Pannan on 0488 099 776 or purchased at Ethos Fair Trade in Cannonvale.

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