Liz Frayn

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Liz Frayn in 2008

Liz Frayn is associated with the libertarian and anti-environmental LM network, having written for Living Marxism and Spiked, [1] participated in Institute of Ideas events[2] and collaborated on a book with Ellie Lee.[3]

Lee, a lecturer in social policy at the University of Kent and Co-ordinator of the Pro Choice Forum,[4] in turn collaborated with Frank Furedi on research which she said showed that "a process of cultural transmission has turned provision of health information about the benefits of breastfeeding into a campaign against formula use".[5]

Dr Liz Frayn qualified at the University of Glasgow Medical School and has practiced (sic) in England and Australia.[6] In 2005, she was a Senior House Officer in Psychiatry, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust.[7]



  1. Dr Liz Frayn, "Doctors without borders: let foreign medics in!", 12 Feb 2008, Spiked website, accessed 2 May 2010
  2. IoI, Can the NHS can be democratised through patient and public involvement?, Wednesday 16 May, acc 2 May 2010
  3. Ellie Lee and Liz Frayn, The Feminization of Health, 2008, acc 2 May 2010
  4. IoI website, Current issues in fertility treatment, Wed 18 July, acc 2 May 2010
  5. Ellie Lee, Is bottle-feeding a mark of bad motherhood?, Spiked, 22 Jul 2005, acc 2 May 2010
  6. 'Doctors without borders Spiked website, accessed 9 September 2013
  7. 'Speaker details Battle of Ideas website, accessed 9 September 2013