MBBS, DA, FCAI, MSc
Dr Jing Lee qualified at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, University of London, and underwent the majority of his training in several teaching hospitals in London, including pain management at the Royal London Hospital and Whipps Cross Hospital.
Dr Lee was the lead involved in poster presentations of pain management projects and studies at the annual scientific conferences of the British Pain Society (Brighton) and European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy (Seville and Dublin).
He has been invited to participate in the peer review process in publications for the British Journal of Pain and has also been a regular guest lecturer in chronic pain on a pain management module at the University of Coventry since 2015.
“I am a Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia with over twenty-five years of experience in managing wide-ranging chronic pain conditions, and with a special interest in neuropathic pain, spinal pain, fibromyalgia and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
I have a special interest in the use of medicinal cannabis with its benefits in chronic pain, especially in cases where patients have failed to find pain relief after exhausting all options available on the NHS. I also believe in a holistic approach and acupuncture in managing chronic pain.”
Since 2010, Dr Lee is the course director and organiser of the annual national training courses in ultrasound guided vascular access and ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia, numbing the nerve block techniques for pain relief during awake surgery and pain relief and management after surgery as part of the multidisciplinary approach.
He was also the clinical lead in internal regional anaesthesia training, at his NHS hospitals. He is a faculty member on similar international/national cadaveric training courses at the University of Dundee and University of Coventry and has taught anaesthetic trainees at the GAT Annual Scientific Meeting in Telford. Dr Lee has also been a faculty member and an examiner on the Master’s degree course in Regional Anaesthesia at the University of East Anglia since 2014, and he has also contributed to many conferences, presentations and publications.