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Photography
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Expedition Medicine
Copyright Jon Williamson
 

Dr Jon Williamson
MBChB BSc DipEWM FRCA

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Doctor

Specialising in Anaesthetics, with a background of general rotations, including Emergency Medicine and General Practice. Up to date courses in Advanced Life Support and European Paediatric Advanced Life Support, in which Jon was selected as an instructor, as well as Advanced Trauma Life Support. These skills, combined with an International Diploma in Expedition and Wilderness Medicine, make Jon well placed as an Expedition Medic. Expedition experience and skills include: trekking at high altitude in cold and warm climates, Advanced PADI diving, Rock climbing, Kite Surfing, Skiing and Ski Touring. Jonathan has relevant publications in this field, including High Altitude Medicine, featured in the British Medical Journal (BMJ).

Photographer

Jon is in his second year as an official Z Creator with Nikon Europe, with interests in Medical and Adventure Photography.  Photography in the healthcare environment is a nuanced and sensitive field, in which Jon utilises his skills as a doctor, familiar with the complex environments and patient interaction, to shoot in a non-intrusive and safe fashion.

His unique photo-documentary series, following the impact of Covid 19 in a London Hospital has been published: online in Tortoise Media, Photo London 2020, NBC and Sky news. As well as features on broadcast: ITV london, Channel 4 news, Channel 5 news and Sky news. Links to work can be found in 'News' section. He has given a number of talks on his work, including PhotoLondon 2021 and PhotoLondon 2022.
Jon has produced internationally distributed educational material on safe anaesthetic practise (University College Hosptial, London). 

Ongoing work can be viewed at @drjdwilliamson (Instagram)

 

Photography

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Relevant Publications

 

"Altitude sickness and Acetazolamide"
J Williamson et al. 2018

BMJ
https://www.bmj.com/content/361/bmj.k2153

 

"Health, healthcare access, and use of traditional versus modern medicine in remote Peruvian Amazon communities: a descriptive study of knowledge, attitudes, and practices"

J Williamson et al. 2015

AJTMH
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25688165

 

"Floating Healthcare in the Peruvian Amazon"
T Wingfield and J Williamson 2014

sBMJ

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332884659_Floating_healthcare_in_the_Peruvian_Amazon
 

Contact

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