Lectures/Workshops

Dr Donegan runs a series of workshops on Vaccination and other health related topics.

If you are interested in hosting one of these lectures or workshops, please contact Dr Donegan at: tel/fax 0044 (0) 208 632 1634 (ansafone)

or email jaynelmdonegan@yahoo.com

Current Lectures

  • ‘Vaccination – The Question – Did vaccines stop people dying from diseases? Do they stop you from getting the disease?
  • ‘Vaccination – the Science’ Gain practical experience in how to read scientific papers and find out for yourself just how reliable is the evidence for vaccine safety and efficacy.
  • ‘Vaccination and Travel Medicine’– What You Need to Know Before You Travel – And after!’
  • ‘What do you do if you don’t vaccinate (and even more so if you do)? Nursing Children Supportively Through Acute Illness
  • ‘Nursing Children Supportively Through Acute Illness’ II – Practical advice on supportive treatment of childhood illnesses [Must have attended ‘What do you do if you don’t Vaccinate above]
  • ‘Measles, Mumps, Rubella: Which is worse – the disease or the vaccine?
  • ‘Focus on Meningitis – How Can You Avoid It?
  • ‘Holistic First Aid course: Tetanus and minor injury management in children’
  • ‘Homeopathy for Children: An Introduction’
  • ‘Overwhelming Evidence’ that vaccination is safe and effective – is it?’ – What happened to a doctor who questioned the dogma, and what happened to the ‘overwhelming evidence’ of the GMC expert when forced to produce that evidence.
  • ‘What you need to know when you are Pregnant: About Vaccines and Vitamin K’

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  • Part One

    • The Meningococcus – How widespread is it and where does it come from?
    • What is the difference between carriage and invasive disease?
    • What factors increase the likelihood of invasive disease?
    • Immunity to the Meningococcus – the original ground breaking US military studies from the 1960s
    • What lead to the increased occurrence of Invasive Meningococcal C Disease in the UK in the mid 1990’s?
    • How do we develop Natural Immunity to the Meningococcus?
    • The protective effect of breast feeding in the Swedish and other populations.

    Part Two

    • Bacterial cross immunity and its implications regarding selective vaccination and antibiotic use (with specific reference to meningitis)
    • How does wiping out one organism by a vaccine lead to increased invasion by other pathogens?
    • Haemophilus influenzae vs the Pneumococcus: the ‘Germ Olympics’
    • Why the Joint Committee on Vaccination & Immunisation (JCVI) didn’t want to introduce the new Meningococcal B vaccine – Bexsero
    • Nutrition vs Vaccination
    • Plenary.
    • Feedback.

    05 December 2018, Wednesday evening, 6 for 6.30-8.30pm, Baile Átha Cliath/ Dublin 22, Ireland (Part of afternoon and evening event).

    Hosted by Irish Vaccination Awareness. Venue: Green Isle Hotel & Conference Centre, Saint John’s Drive, Dublin 22. Tickets €35 including booking fee(includes afternoon lecture, ‘What do you do if you Don’t Vaccinate, and even more if you do? – Nursing children Supportively through Acute Illness.‘) To book click here


  • Nursing Children Supportively Through Acute Illness – Fever Management

    We will look at health beliefs and fears around acute childhood illness and infections and learn about:

    Part One

    • how the Germ Theory of Disease and the Medical Model affect the treatment options you are offered by your GP and health visitor
    • the Holistic model of disease – using the healing power of your own or your child’s body
    • the Problems caused by Suppression of Fever

    Part Two

    • the Basic strategies for coping with any acute childhood illness or infection
    • a Simple Guide to Homoeopathy for Acute Fever
    • Presentation of clinical cases including meningitis
    • Quiz/ Plenary/ Questions

    25 November 2018 Sunday afternoon, 1.45 for 2-4pm, North West London NW4

    For further information and to book tickets please email jaynelmdonegan@yahoo.com with your post code,  contact telephone number and number of tickets required.  Tickets cost £11 (£10 per person for couples) and must be booked in advance.
    Nearest tube station: Hendon Central

    05 December 2018, Wednesday afternoon, 2 for 2.30 – 4.30pm, Baile Átha Cliath/ Dublin 22, Ireland (Part of afternoon and evening event).

    Hosted by Irish Vaccination Awareness. Venue: Green Isle Hotel & Conference Centre, Saint John’s Drive, Dublin 22. Tickets €35 including booking fee(includes evening lecture, ‘Focus on Meningitis – how to avoid it.‘) To book click here

    17 February 2019 Sunday afternoon, 1.45 for 2-4pm, North West London NW4

    For further information and to book tickets please email jaynelmdonegan@yahoo.com with your post code,  contact telephone number and number of tickets required.  Tickets cost £11 (£10 per person for couples) and must be booked in advance.
    Nearest tube station: Hendon Central


  • Is there a question? 

    Isn’t it scientifically proved that vaccination is the single most effective cause of improved health in the 20th and 21st Century?

    Extensive investigation of the science behind the hype led Dr Donegan to radically change her views. She believes that every parent should be given the opportunity to see that vaccination: its safety and efficacy, is not a black and white issue, so that they can make fully informed choices about their health.

    Outline:

    • Introduction
    • Journey – how a doctor could change from being a firm supporter of the ‘Universal Childhood Immunisation Program’ to strongly questioning its validity
    • Why morbidity and mortality from infectious diseases has fallen so drastically over the course of the twentieth century, are our children more healthy?
    • Natural infections and immunity
    • Vaccination and artificial immunity
    • Specific diseases and their vaccines
    • Extra Questions/ Plenary

    Should you vaccinate your child or not? Only you, as a parent, can decide what is best for you and your family.

    27 January 2019, Sunday afternoon, 1.45 for 2-4pm, North West London NW4

    For further information and to book tickets please email jaynelmdonegan@yahoo.com with your post code,  contact telephone number and number of tickets required.  Tickets cost £11 (£10 per person for couples) and must be booked in advance. Nearest tube: Hendon Central

    03 February 2019, Sunday afternoon, 2.15 for 2.30 – 5pm Swindon, Wiltshire.

    For further information and to book tickets please  click here