All articles by Natasha Spencer-Jolliffe

Natasha Spencer-Jolliffe is a freelance journalist, and has written about mental health, fertility, and new pharmaceutical discoveries. In her reporting, she explores people in the healthcare industry and the wider world from scientific, sociological, legal, technological, environmental and leadership perspectives.

Natasha Spencer-Jolliffe


AI prompts wave of medical tourism

In the post-Covid landscape, artificial intelligence (AI) leverages calls for data analysis, targeted advertisements and optimal organisation within the medical tourism sector.

Newborn genome testing expands

Embarking on rapid whole genome sequencing for children and babies

Understanding updates on medical device labelling

As new regulatory requirements demand understanding and action from global manufacturers, the healthcare sector seeks to foster collaboration and explore consistency throughout global supply chains.

Nanotech knowledge grows to progress tuberculosis treatment 

Novel applications offer opportunity to eradicate tuberculosis

Sterilisation innovation to prioritise patient safety

Medical device sterilisation without ethylene oxide (EtO).

Self-powered drug delivery systems: a medical breakthrough?

Traditional drug delivery systems may become outdated as the potential for patient-powered medication management emerges.

Lack of trust in AI-led electronic health systems remains

The implementation science of AI needs better understanding

Cervical cancer technologies emerge to support screening

New tech centres on empowerment, equity and the elimination of cervical cancer

Overturning Roe: Impact on IVF treatment technologies

What may Roe versus Wade mean for reproductive tech?

Diabetes devices: Easing the burden of care for women

Natasha Spencer-Jolliffe reports on how digital technologies are assisting women with diabetes.