I am a specialist nurse in organ donation with a background caring for people with advanced respiratory conditions at home and in intensive care. I have also worked as a critical care research nurse. Prior to nursing, I worked for a decade in the production of theatre, festivals and live art.
I am interested in collaborations between the arts, health practice and research for their combined social and therapeutic benefit; especially projects that explore the impact of complex health decision-making.
I am proud to be a part of people's decision to donate.
Alongside full-time nursing, I work with the British Association of Critical Care Nurses, sitting on the Southern Region Committee. I have also worked on projects with Breathe Arts Health Research, College of Medicine, The Policy Institute King’s College London and the Cultural Institute at King’s.
In 2016, I received the Jelf Medal, awarded by the Principal of King’s College London to students who most distinguish themselves during their undergraduate course, both academically and with regard to social contribution.
© Tim Owen Jones BSc MEng MA RN