I was born in London, England, United Kingdom, a vibrant and cosmopolitan City. The City of London offers diversity in culture, architecture, history and monarchy!
My father often reads to me as a baby. From then, I developed love for books and I often got the “aunties” at my Nursery School to read volumes of books to me at pre-school centres.
My inspiration for writing came from my mother who is a brilliant medical doctor and a great scientist, and a prolific writer in her own right. She is the Editor-in-Chief of various International Medical Journals. I admired her work ethic, her tenacity, her ability to focus on everything she does, and her dedication to her work despite all challenges she had. She often wakes up very early in the mornings to do her writings and she does not stop until she completes the work. My Mum and Dad work and publish together as co-authors in certain areas of medical and healthcare issues.
My Dad has enormous energy for work. When we have gone to bed my Dad continued working in his study finishing about 2 AM in the mornings sometimes. I learned these important skills from them. I carried this early learning to my Primary School, where my performance puts me in the gifted and talented group. Due to my good progress, I was put on the Writers' Guild Group at School where we wrote various stories.
My love for reading helped me to gain various recognitions, winning many prizes and certificates as a commendable reader and writer from a very young age at schools, and now at higher education institutions and as a medical and healthcare professional.
When my grandfather, Zephaniah was visiting our family in England, he told me various interesting stories, which also included when he was a young soldier in the Second World War, fighting for the British people. He particularly liked the events involving King George VI and when they used to sing the British National Anthem of “God Save the King!" He loved watching Royal ceremonies and the various pageantries, which also got me interested in the story about Royals.
As my mother is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Medicine (IJM), which is an official journal for the Association of Health Care Professionals (AHCP) and the International Association of Health Care Professionals (IAHCP) Society, my parents have always taken me to the different International Medical and Scientific Conferences of the AHCP/IAHCP Soceity since I was a baby. In these meetings I have the privilege of meeting the delegates in the conferences from all over the world and observing the presentations of the numerous research areas. I got fascinated by the scientific processes, and I developed interests in medicine, medical sciences, and healthcare topics.
The IAHCP Education Academy Centre entered me into the Academy's writing contests and I was encouraged to try and write professionally. I have always enjoyed listening to people's reading from infancy, and since 2006, I have tried to write my own stories. In addition, in my primary school, I was put in the gifted and talented writing guilds group, which developed my interest in writing. Publishers considered my ongoing projects, and subsequently reviewed, and accepted my first four books for publication in 2012 and again in 2013. After these initial successes, I am able to spend more time at my desk writing more books and undertaking further projects.
For the subsequent editions of the books, I spent some time during my summer holidays updating the books. At the moment, I am working on the latest editions of the books, which are due to be released in the course of 2022 and 2023.
I am also working on more medical and scientific topics for my next set of books, and some medical, surgical, infectious diseases, neurosurgical matters, public health, epidemiological, and general healthcare books, which are scheduled to be published in the course of 2023 and 2024.
I am currently an Intern Doctor/House Physician, finalising my studies for the higher Doctor of Medicine Degree (MD), and I am also undertaking higher research studies - level 8 PhD equivalent in medicine, epidemiology, public health, neurosciences, neurological diseases, and neurological surgery, including other surgical issues.
My life as an author, medical writer, and healthcare professional is very rewarding and enjoyable indeed!
LAUNCH OF NEW PUBLICATIONS ON CHRONIC DISEASES, SURGICAL DISEASES, SURGERY, PUBLIC HEALTH MEDICINE, PAEDIATRIC MEDICAL AND SURGICAL MATTERS, HYGIENE, GLOBAL HEALTH, NEUROSURGERY, NEUROLOGY, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT, INFECTIOUS DISEASES, EPIDEMIOLOGY, AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES, AND OBESITY ISSUES:
Maria Jana will be launching her new publications on Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Surgery, Surgical Diseases, Infectious Diseases and Tuberculosis, Neurosurgery and Neurosciences/Neurology, Public Health Medicine, Epidemiology and Chronic Diseases, including a new guide on Diabetes and its complications, and obesity issues from December 2019 to February 2023.
PRESENTATIONS AT INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONFERENCES:
Maria Jana presented 44 projects and facilitated some workshops on dermatology, chronic diseases, autoimmune diseases, diabetes, infectious diseases, eating disorders and co-morbidity issues at various international medical conferences in July, August, November and December from 2015 to 2023. Details of these projects and proceedings will be published on this Website by the end of March 2023. So watch out!!
LAUNCH OF 5TH EDITIONS OF MARIA JANA’S ENGLISH LITERATURE BOOKS/NOVELS
Maria Jana books are now in their latest editions. These would be printed from February 2023 and would be available from June 2023. If you would like to reserve them, please contact: email@example.com
Interesting months ahead!
If you have always wanted to ask me something, now is the time to go for it!