William Wynn-Jones Research Fellow

Organisation: Brigham and Women's Hospital

Fellowship(s):
  • Harkness Fellowship
  • 8

About me

William is a Harkness Fellow and Research Fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital.

William Wynn-Jones, M.B.B.S., M.Sc., FRCA, MRCP, is a 2017-18 UK Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy and Practice.

He most recently completed a health care management fellowship with HCA Healthcare UK, where he served as the specialist advisor to the chief medical officer. At HCA, Wynn-Jones received an HCA innovation award and was shortlisted for an HSJ Rising Star Award for his work in developing a new health care management training programme and his research into cost prediction in cardiac surgery.

He is currently a Senior Anaesthetic Registrar in North West London, and has a strong interest in obstetric anaesthesia and perioperative medicine. As a junior registrar, William initiated and led an infant nutrition health-marketing project with Best Beginnings, NHS London and the Department of Health.

He was previously a clinical fellow on the National Medical Director’s Fellowship under Sir Bruce Keogh and was based at the Association of British Healthcare Industries. He has since undertaken fellowships in the medical device industry exploring device design, evaluation and pricing.

He holds a master’s degree in health economics, policy and management from the London School of Economics, and he completed his medical degree at King’s College London. He is a member of the Royal College of Physicians and a fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists.

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