Dr Cindy Pan MBBS, FRACGP
Cindy Pan is a doctor who works in the media. She has many years of experience working in general practice as well as sexual health and women’s medicine and has lectured, spoken and written extensively about health, lifestyle and relationship issues.
She writes for newspapers and magazines in Australia and Asia, including a weekly health column in ‘Body and Soul’ for Sunday papers all over Australia (‘The Sunday Telegraph’, 'The Sunday Herald Sun', 'Sunday Mail' and 'The Sunday Times') and a regular column on relationships in ‘The Women’s Weekly’ in Singapore and Malaysia.
Cindy can be heard every Sunday morning discussing a variety of health issues on her Body and Soul radio segment on MIX 106.5FM in NSW, MIX 101.1FM in Victoria, 973FM in Queensland and MIX102.3 in Adelaide.
She is the author of the best-selling 'Pandora's Box - lifting the lid on life’s little nasties' (HarperCollins), a funny, information-packed book on health, relationships, sex and drugs, as well as 'Playing Hard to Get' (HarperCollins), a light-hearted guide to keeping relationships playful, rewarding and fun.
She has appeared on a host of television shows including ‘The Glasshouse’, 'Sunrise', 'The Morning Show', 'Mums and Bubs', 'The Panel', ‘Beauty and the Beast’, ‘Joker Poker’, ‘The Super Debates’, ‘Good Morning Australia’ and ‘Children of the Dragon’ (an ABC/BBC miniseries). She was the subject of a television documentary 'The Ties that Bind' in which she and her mother travelled to China in search of their roots.
Cindy has performed in musical theatre, plays, cabaret, television and film as an actor, dancer and singer.
Cindy has been a Trustee on the Board of the Australian Museum since 2002. She has been an Ausaid Ambassador and she has been the Official Ambassador for Chinese New Year for the City of Sydney since 2000.
Cindy is a Patron for Bonnie Babes Foundation (perinatal medical research and support for families who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, premature birth or infertility), Heartkids Australia (support, advocacy and research for babies and children with heart disease), the National Breast Cancer Foundation and the BCNA (Breast Cancer Network Australia).
She is highly sought after as a speaker, panelist, host and MC.