Who are we?
We’re Adia Health. Our mission is to revolutionize women’s health. For too long, women’s health has been a black box, with little support for women struggling to conceive, experiencing baby loss, getting to grips with period challenges like PCOS or struggling with menopause symptoms. We believe every woman has the right to accessible, convenient care and information about her body.
Founded in 2018, Adia is born from a deeply personal story: our CEO’s struggles with conception and loss inspired her to change the reactive nature of women’s health care. Backed by Zinc VC, Seedcamp and the UK’s leading investors, Adia Health is growing its world-class team of specialists and medical advisors from leading institutions like Imperial College London, and King’s College London. Our co-founders have decades of experience building successful teams and businesses, navigating the world of raising venture capital and growth.
Who are our experts?
Our experts are crucial to our mission: we’ve built a growing team of leading experts in women’s health. From OBGYNs and GPs, to midwives, nutritionists, and psychologists: our experts support women with both physical and mental health. We have led research alongside University College London, and funded by the Wellcome trust. The results of this study confirm the success of Adia’s approach and positive impact on women world-wide.
We’re looking for psychiatrists, psychologists and allied healthcare professionals specialising in mental health (e.g. counsellors, therapists and CBT practitioners) with an interest in women’s health, ideally focused on miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy and infertility.
Our values emphasize supporting women at work, and closing the gender pay gap. Because of this, we encourage experts from all walks of life: those on maternity leave, mothers who may be looking for flexible hours, and female doctors keen to build their personal brand. This role is remote-friendly.
- Provide guidance to the Adia community regarding best practices around general mental wellbeing, mindfulness, managing stress, dealing with fertility or period health issues, emotional support after miscarriage or baby loss. You will be expected to provide advice as per your specialty area.
- Conduct phone calls with users
- Answer questions via text messaging
- Provide 1:1 coaching support
- Develop your personal health programmes to share and sell on Adia
- Collaborate with experts in the Adia expert community in your field or others
- Support or review content creation around topics in mental health (e.g. blog posts)
Qualifications and Requirements
- A passion for women’s mental health is essential, ideally demonstrable through published research
- Clinical psychiatrist (specialist trainees accepted), psychologist, or mental health professional
- No prior telemedicine experience necessary
Competitive pay, dependent on experience and level, in line with NHS grades and banding
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