Victoriais an international award-winning journalist specialising in health, but also contributing features on education, family, science, beauty, wellbeing and life-in-general to most of the UK’s national
Victoriais an international award-winning journalist specialising in health, but also contributing features on education, family, science, beauty, wellbeing and life-in-general to most of the UK’s national newspapers, principally the Daily Telegraph, the Times, the Guardian and the Daily Mail. She has written for numerous magazines including Woman & Home and Saga, and has contributed monthly columns to titles including Geographical and education magazine School House. Staff positions have included Health Editor of the Daily Telegraph and Health Editor of the Daily Mail, plus Foreign Editor of the Sydney Daily Telegraph (for four years in Australia). Victoria Lambert’s work continues to be syndicated worldwide and has been recognised with awards including the Best Cancer Reporter Award 2011 presented by the European School of Oncology.
She has appeared on BBC Breakfast, ITV’s This Morning, and Sky’s Boulton and Co., and broadcast on Radio Four’s Woman’s Hour, Radio BBC London and RTE.
Pro bono roles include Media Ambassador for the Prostate Cancer Charity for five years, and Media Advisor to the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in its 50th anniversary year (2015). Chair of the Medical Journalists’ Association 2012-2014. Member of Women in Journalism.
Victoria is CEO of Miss Dashwood's Register, an online start-up connecting small businesses and campaigners to the media.
I cover health, medical, family, and general features and interviews. I also offer media strategy, forums, and lectures. CEO of Miss Dashwood's Register, an online startup connecting small businesses and individuals with the media. Former chair of the Medical Journalists Association.