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Dr Lee Hudson
Appointment
  • Clinical Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant General Paediatrician
  • Population, Policy & Practice Dept
  • UCL GOS Institute of Child Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
  • Honorary Associate Professor
  • Population, Policy & Practice Dept
  • UCL GOS Institute of Child Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

Dr Hudson is a Clinical Associate Professor at the GOSH UCL Institute of child health, consultant paediatrician at Great Ormond Street Hospital working within the departments of General and Adolescent Paediatrics and Mental Health; and is also Chief Officer for Mental Health Services at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Dr Hudson's research and clinical interest is in medical aspects of psychological medicine, the integration of physical and mental health, and life trajectories from childhood and adolescence. He has a particular interest in eating disorders as well as general adolescent health. 

 Dr Hudson trained in medicine at Sheffield University and trained in Paediatrics in Sheffield, London and Melbourne (Australia), completing his specialist training as a General Paediatrician in both Australia in and the UK (member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians of Australasia). He received his PhD from University College London in 2018.

Dr Hudson is a member of the steering group for the Young People's Health Special Interest Group (YPHSIG). He is an associate Editor for the journal Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry and an independent editorial board member of Youth Voice, a publication which facilitates young people's participation in research. He is co-lead for the Junior MARZIPAN group, a group leading guidelines and quality of care for children and young people with eating disorders, especially in physical health domains.

Dr Hudson was paediatric member of guideline group for the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) Eating Disorders Guideline (2015-17), and officer for mental health and well being for the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (2018-2019).

Dr Hudson is a fellow of the British American Project.

Research Themes
Research Summary

Dr Hudson's research interests are in general and adolescent paediatrics, especially medical aspects of paediatric underweight and overweight.

Teaching Summary

Dr Hudson currently lectures and tutors for UCL medical school. Previously he was a lecturer/tutor for the University of Melbourne (2007-2009), Imperial College London (2005) and Sheffield University (2002-2005). He supervises and teaches MSc and BSc courses.

He also  regularly provides workshops on working with young people for medical students, qualified doctors and other health professionals.


 

Appointments
01-JUL-2012 Honorary consultant paediatrician General and adolescent paediatrics University College London Hospital, United Kingdom
18-NOV-2011 – 01-JUL-2012 Consultant Paediatrician Paediatrics St Mary's Hospital , United Kingdom
01-JAN-2011 Honorary Clinical Paediatric Fellow Feeding and Eating Disorders Great Ormond Street Hospital, United Kingdom
09-SEP-2010 Research Fellow the HELP trial General and Adolescent Paediatrics UCL Institute of Child Health, United Kingdom
03-MAR-2009 Senior Clinical Fellow in General and Adolescent Paediatrics General and Adolescent Paediatrics University College London Hospital, United Kingdom
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