Dr Jen Unwin

Dr Jen Unwin (BSc, MSc, DPsy, FBPsS) is a consultant clinical health psychologist and has been working in the NHS for over 30 years helping people with chronic illness to live well with their conditions.

She has researched into the importance of hope in health and wellbeing and recently collaborated with her husband Dr David Unwin to support patients in primary care to manage their diabetes with making lasting changes to their sugar consumption to improve their condition and reduce medication.

Jen has been actively involved with the British Psychological Society, of which she is a fellow and also the UK Association for Solution Focused Practice, of which she is a past chair.

Dr Jen Unwin's current roles

  • Clinical health psychologist

Browse: Advisory Panel

June James

Widening the benefits of digital capabilities within the nursing community

Dr Chris Gillespie

Providing and improving emotional support and wellbeing within the digital community

Dr Kesar Singh Sadhra

Approaches to diabetes management in the South Asian population

Eliana Witchell

Optimising health with nutrition and lifestyle

Dr David Unwin

Working with patients to improve health outcomes without using medication

Dr Peter Foley

Identifying patient goals and promoting holistic practice without medication

Dr Tabitha Randell

Creating engaging digital solutions for children and young people with diabetes

Dr Charles Fox

Exploring digital solutions to engage and affect health outcomes of older people

Professor Roger Gadsby MBE

Bridging the gap between real world experience and clinical trials (RCTs)

Tara Kelly

Improving health outcomes through nutrition and lifestyle