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Kevin Mackway-Jones, UK
Kevin Mackway-Jones graduated in medicine form Oxford in 1981 and trained in Emergency Medicine. He was appointed Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, UK in 1993 and FAEM Professor of Emergency Medicine in 2001, a post he held until 2007. He is now Professor of Emergency Medicine at Manchester Metropolitan University and continues to consult at the Manchester Royal Infirmary and the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. He is also Medical Director of the North West Ambulance Service, UK.
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