Dr Jon Goulding
BSc, BM BCh, MMedEd, FHEA, FRCP
I am a friendly, enthusiastic consultant, passionate about the speciality of dermatology, and committed to offering the best possible service to patients and GPs. I feel comfortable helping patients with complex skin disorders, but equally consider no skin problem to be too small.
I trained at Edinburgh and Oxford universities and decided to pursue a career in dermatology early in clinical training. After qualifying I deliberately sampled a wide range of medical specialities, from general practice to intensive care medicine, to ensure a broad perspective before specialising.
Specialist dermatology training was undertaken in several departments in the West Midlands and London, yielding two completed research projects, numerous peer-reviewed publications, presentations to specialist societies, and regional and national prizes.
Work-related interests include all aspects of general dermatology, in particular inflammatory dermatoses (rashes), as well as special interests in male genital skin disease and psychocutaneous medicine.
Medical education has always been a great passion. I spent three years as a Junior Research Fellow at New College, Oxford University, with a remit to provide teaching for all clinical medical students in the college. Since I have completed a Master’s degree in medical education at Warwick University, and I am actively engaged with teaching and training at all levels.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Jon Goulding at Spire include:
BSc (Hons) / Edinburgh University / 1998
Bachelor of Science (Pathology)
Intercalated degree taken while training as a medical student.
BM BCh / Oxford University / 2001
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery
MMedEd / Warwick University / 2014
Masters degree in Medical Education
FHEA / Higher Education Academy / 2011
Higher Education Academy
FRCP / Royal College of Physicians of London / 2015
Royal College of Physicians of London
British Association of Dermatologists
Royal College of Physicians
Midlands Dermatological Society
British Society for Medical Dermatology
British Society for Male Genital Dermatology
European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry
Dermatology Teachers Group
UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network
Goulding JMR. Dysaesthetic disorders. In: Psychodermatology in Clinical Practice (eds Bewley A, Lepping P, Taylor RE). London: Springer Nature, 2021.
Ahmed A, Affleck AG, Angus J, Assalman I, Baron SE, Bewley A, Goulding JMR, Jerrom R, Lepping P, Mortimer H, Shah R, Taylor RE, Thompson AR, Firouz Mohd Mustapa M, Manounah L on behalf of the British Association of Dermatologists’ Clinical Standards Unit. British Association of Dermatologists guidelines for the management of adults with delusional infestation 2022. Br J Dermatol 2022; 187: 472-480.
Peer-reviewed research papers:
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
Good Hope and Solihull Hospitals.
I am married to a local GP and we have two school-age children, ensuring a sense of humour is maintained at all times. Leisure interests include playing, coaching, watching, listening to, and thinking about cricket, as well as keeping fit and playing tennis, table-tennis, touch rugby and frisbee golf among other sports. I love live music and culture, reading, gardening, hill-walking, skiing and travel. I offer die-hard support to the England cricket and rugby union teams.
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