Dr. Wilson initially trained as a Dental Surgeon at Cardiff University before re-training and qualifying in Medicine at King’s College London. After commencing training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Dr. Wilson decided to change specialties and trained in Emergency Medicine on the South Thames rotation completing sub-specialty training in Paediatric Emergency Medicine at St Thomas’ Hospital/Evelina Children’s Hospital. He qualified as a Fellow of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine in 2011.
Dr. Wilson is the current Clinical Lead and Specialty Tutor for Emergency Medicine. His professional interests include the immediate management of head and neck trauma, paediatric sedation, toxicology and medical law. He is also a medical director and instructor on Advanced Life Support (ALS) and Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) courses.
Publications include ‘Cocaine Induced Chest Pain’ (Chapter 24) in ‘Challenging Concepts in Emergency Medicine: cases with expert commentary’, Oxford University Press; Sam Thenabadu, Fleur Cantel and Chris Lacy (eds), March 2015.
Professional memberships include the Royal Society of Medicine and the British Medical Association. Outside of medicine, Dr. Wilson is a member of the British Astronomical Association.
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