Jon is a Health Economist working as a Research Fellow in the Health organisation, policy and economics (HOPE) group, within the Centre for Primary Care and Health Services Research. Jon's main focus of research is the primary care workforce and he is currently the primary quantitative researcher on the NIHR funded project 'An investigation of the scale, scope and impact of skill mix change in primary care'.
Current research projects also include the Salford Primary Care Workforce Mapping (SWorDMAP) project which is part of the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) in Greater Manchester.
Jon is also involved in the National GP Worklife Survey of GPs in England. This survey, now in its 10th iteration, examines the impact of recent changes in primary care on GPs' work-related satisfaction and stress.
Jon is on the editorial board of the British Journal of General Practice Open.
2010–2014 PhD Economics, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.
2009–2010 MSc Economics (Environmental Economics), Grade: Distinction, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.
2008–2009 PG Diploma Economics, Grade: Distinction, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.
2003–2007 BA (Hons) Business, Grade: 1st Class, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK.