Qualifications: Diploma in Medical Sciences (University of Durham 2004), MBBS (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne 2007), MRCP (Royal College of Physicians of London 2012), Diploma in Genitourinary Medicine (Dip GUM 2014), Diploma Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (DFSRH 2015), Diploma in HIV medicine (DipHIV 2018)

Jo was brought up in West Yorkshire and moved to the North East to study Medicine in 2002. When she qualified as a doctor she moved back to the region working in hospital medicine and completed her specialist training in Genitourinary Medicine in Leeds in 2019.

She started as a Consultant in General Medicine and HIV at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust at the end of 2019. Jo is hoping to improve the links between the inpatient and outpatient service for HIV, and improve inpatient testing for HIV and other blood-borne viruses. She is also assisting the Infectious Diseases research team and is currently a Principal Investigator for one of the arms of COVID research.

Professional memberships: Member of the Royal College of Physicians, Diplomate of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Member of BASHH, and the British HIV Association (BHIVA)

Publications:

  • Incorporating HIV/hepatitis B virus/hepatitis C virus combined testing into routine blood tests in nine UK Emergency Departments: the “Going Viral” campaign. Orkin C1, Flanagan S1, Wallis E1, Ireland G2, Dhairyawan R3, Fox J4, Nandwani R5, O’Connell R1, Lascar M1, Bulman J6, Reeves I7, Palfreeman A8, Foster GR9, Ahmad K10, Anderson J2, Tong C11, Lattimore S2HIV Med. 2016 Mar;17(3):222-30. doi: 10.1111/hiv.12364.
  • HIV testing Black African Service Users within a newly integrated Sexual Health Service – A re-evaluation – J Glascodine, D Goode – BASHH/BHIVA Conference 2018
  • Audit of Low Level Viraemia Management in a Large City Clinic – D Goode, C Oswald, J Glascodine, H Wallace – BASHH/BHIVA Conference 2018
  • HIV testing Black African Service Users within a newly integrated Sexual Health Service – Oue Experience – J Bulman, D Goode, H Wallace, A Evans – BASHH Conference 2016
  • ‘Going Viral’: a universal blood-borne virus (BBV) testing campaign for HIV, hepatitis B and C in ten UK Emergency Departments. Orkin1, S. Flanagan1, E. Wallis1, R. O’Connell1, R. Dhairyawan2, J. Fox3, R. Nandwani4,G.R. Foster5, I. Reeves6, M. Lascar1, J. Bulman7, A. Palfreeman8, C.J.W. Tong1, J. Anderson9,G. Ireland9, S. Lattimore9 IAS 2015
  • Linkage to Care after Routine HIV, Hepatitis B (HBV) & C (HCV) Testing in the Emergency Department (ED) – The Going Viral Campaign (R Dhairyawan, E Wallace, G Ireland, E Phiri, RO’Connell, J Fox, R Nadwani, J Bulman, I Reeves, S Flanagan, A Nori, G Foster, CYW Tong, S Lattimore, C Orkin) – EACS 2015
  • Going Viral – HIV/HBV/HCV testing as routine care in the Emergency Department (Stuart Flanagan – Royal London Hospital; Emma Wallis – Royal London Hospital; Georgina Ireland – Public Health England; Rageshri Dhairyawan – Barking Havering & Redbridge University Hospitals; Julie Fox – Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, London; Rak Nandwani – NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde; Rebecca O’Connell – Newham General Hospital; Monica Lascar – Whipps Cross Hospital; Joanna Bulman – Leeds Teaching Hospitals; Iain Reeves – Homerton Unversity Hospital; Adrian Palfreeman – University Hospitals of Leicester; Graham Foster – Royal London Hospital; Karim Ahmad – Royal London Hospital; Jane Anderson – Public Health England; William Tong – Barts Health; Sam Lattimore – Public Health England; Chloe Orkin – Royal London Hospital) – PHE Conference 2015
  • An uncommon cause of anaemia in pregnancy: A case report of Emtricitabine induced Pure Red Cell Aplasia – J Bulman, SY Teo, E Page, J Shillito, A Evans – BHIVA Conference 2015
  • Evaluation of a pilot student LGBT sexual health “pop up” clinic – H Gill, J Bulman, H Wallace, A Evans, S Schoeman – BASHH/BHIVA Conference 2014
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