Jonathan is a medical doctor training in psychiatry. He holds a masters degree in public health and a postgraduate certificate in medical education, reflecting his interest in both topics. He is currently an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, combining clinical work with research into the physical health of people with mental illness. Jonathan has a longstanding interest in social justice and health equity. As a student, he was involved with Students for Global Health (formerly Medsin), and helped to organise their national conference on health inequalities. He recently helped to re-establish the Medact Sheffield group, starting a Patients Not Passports campaign on access to healthcare. Having now moved to the South West he is keen to continue this work, as well as dragging his bike up some of the local hills.
- Exploring non-violent resistance amongst healthcare workers – Survey briefing November 23, 2022
- Medact Bristol joins call to resist local airport expansion November 14, 2022
- Profiting from pain: Accommodating asylum seekers in England November 11, 2022
- The Medical Consequences of “Contingency Accommodation” for People Seeking Asylum November 11, 2022
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