Dr Dan Wilson
- Year Qualified
- MB BCHIR
- Geriatric Medicine
- Cognitive disorders
- Community Geriatrics
- Heart failure
- Liaison services
Dr Wilson trained at Cambridge and completed specialist training in North London at University College Hospital, London, Whittington Hospital, and at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.
He joined King’s in 2006 and is the clinical lead for King’s Older People’s Assessment and Liaison Service (KOPAL). He is part of the Southwark and Lambeth Memory service (SLMS) and has a particular interest in delirium.
He is the Trust clinical lead for the Department of Clinical Gerontology and the Integrated Care Programme for Frail Older People. He also works closely with the Multidisciplinary Heart Failure service at King’s. He is an infection control lead for the division of Trauma, Emergency and Acute Medicine.
Rogers S, Wilson D, Wan S, Griffin M, Rai G, Farrell J (2009) ‘Medication-related admissions in older people: a cross-sectional, observational study‘, Drugs & aging, 26,(11):951-61
Harvey P, Wilson D (2009) ‘The role of the specialist nurse in an acute assessment and liaison service‘, Nursing older people, 21,(10):24-8
Wilson D, Lowe D, Hoffman A, Rudd A, Wagg A (2008) ‘Urinary incontinence in stroke: results from the UK National Sentinel Audits of Stroke 1998-2004‘, Age and ageing, 37,(5):542-6