As a public health doctor building on his past experience as a GP, his research aims to understand and address the determinants, burden, inequalities and adverse outcomes associated with chronic disease. He has a particular interest in kidney disease.
Simon qualified in medicine from Southampton in 1992. After ten years as a full time Principal in General Practice in Southampton, he joined the Wessex Public Health training programme while continuing as a part time GP. He completed his doctoral degree in 2014 on the epidemiology of chronic kidney disease, with a particular interest in inequalities and health literacy.
- Healthcare public health
- Kidney disease
- Treatment burden
- Health inequalities