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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Michael Jones at Spire include:
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After return from East Africa in 1982 I co-founded HealthLink360, a health care charity, located near Edinburgh, providing whole person health care for expatriates working with voluntary agencies in the developing world. I was Medical Director 1983-2006 and am now Honorary Consultant Physician. I set up a public access Travel Clinic for the charity in 2004.
I was Editor of the quarterly journal Tropical Doctor, published by the Royal Society of Medicine 1995-2002, and have edited the vaccination and anti-malarial prophylaxis pages of the GP newspaper Pulse since 1994.
I lecture widely on HIV, infectious Diseases and tropical medicine, and internationally on Travel Medicine. After being invited to become a Founder Fellow of the Faculty of Travel Medicine at RCPS Glasgow in 2006, I was asked to chair the Examination Committee in 2007, and was elected Vice Dean in 2009 and Dean in 2012; Where I am encouraging international links and educational development, and enjoy chairing a skilled and enthusiastic Board.
Over the past 20 years I have maintained links with Malawi and particularly Zambia, and from 2003-9 made five visits to Zambia supporting the roll out of ART with the Lothian-Zambia HIV/AIDS Partnership.
After junior posts in general internal medicine and gaining my MRCP in 1975 I became an ODA (now DFID) funded General Physician at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre, a Tanzanian teaching hospital 1976-1982. I gained a Certificate of Completion of Training from the Joint Committee of Higher Medical Training in Internal Medicine in 1980. After locum Consultant posts at the Infectious Diseases Unit I became a part-time Associate Specialist in Communicable Disease in 1989. I was appointed as Consultant in Infectious Diseases in 2005 and retired from NHS work in October 2014. At RIDU I commenced a clinic for people living with HIV in 1985, for general ID and post travel illness in 1989, founded the RIDU Travel Clinic in 1993 and ran a clinic for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome from 2005-14. I developed expertise is in Infectious diseases with a strong interest in tropical, travel medicine, chronic fatigue syndrome, and expatriate health.
I have served on the Editorial Board for the Elsevier journal Travel Medicine and Infectious Diseases 2007 to the present, the International Medicine Committee, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 1996-9, the Scottish Medicines Commission as an Expert Advisor on anti-infectives from 2008 to 2014, the NHS Scotland National Plasma Products Expert Advisory Group 2009-14 and the Scottish Malaria Advisory Group (Health Protection Scotland) 2012-14
Consultant in infectious Diseases, Regional infectious Diseases Unit, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh 2005-14.Back to top
I am married with two children, one a GP and one a Deputy Headmaster and have six grandchildren. I enjoy travel, downhill skiing, carpentry, DIY, music and I am a member of my local church. I am hoping to develop fly fishing and golf as additional forms of relaxation this year.Back to top
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