James Coulston MBBCh MSc FRCS
James qualified in medicine from the University of Wales, College of Medicine in 2002. After basic surgical training in South Wales, he moved to South West England as a higher surgical trainee. He became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in February 2012. He has published and presented internationally in both general and vascular surgery. He has a large teaching portfolio running courses on medical education and surgical trauma surgery.
His interest in the care of the patient with the diabetic foot has led to the work that will be undertaken during his time as a NICE Scholar. The South West has the highest amputation rate amongst diabetics and he plans to examine this as well as look into the risk factors for failure in patient undergoing infra-inguinal bypass surgery for peripheral vascular disease and diabetic foot disease.
This page was last updated: 03 January 2013