Jonathan Round's Profile


Jonathan is a Consultant Paediatrician, Paediatric Intensivist and Paediatrician with Expertise in Cardiology. He works at St. George's Hospital in Tooting, London. He is a Reader in Clinical Education in the Dept of Medical Education at St. George's, University of London. He is the Head of School for the London School of Paediatrics.



The Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at St. George's is an 14 bed facility, caring for around 600 children a year. Our admissions are varied, with large numbers of Oncology patients, Neurosurgery and other surgical patients in addition to general paediatric patients. Approximately 70% of our admissions are 'in house', coming from our Emergency Department (well known from Channel 4's 24 hours in A+E), wards and theatres. The PICU also cares for many children from South West London and the Royal Marsden Hospital and work with the South London Paediatric Network and the South Thames Retrieval Service


Medical Education

Jonathan leads the delivery of paediatric teaching at St. George's, both for the undergraduate and graduate courses, working alongside a brilliant and dedicated team. He teaches also in the Interprofessional Common Foundation course, the Global Health Course and on several nursing and paramedic courses.

His role Head of the London School of Paediatrics oversees the programmes and progress of 1200 postgraduate trainees in Paediatrics and Paediatric subspecialities, again working with a superb team of dedicated Trainee Programme Directors. Further information can be found at the School website or the London Health Education England website.

The school is a leading innovator in paediatric training, and Jonathan led the team behind the hugely popular MRCPCH revision site and FOAM site.

He is an external examiner for the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine.


Jonathan is involved in research into areas relevant to his clinical and educational practise. These include:

Management of Oncology patients in PICU

Evaluation of Service Delivery

Technology in Medical Education

Postgraduate learning

Virtual patients

Medical Error

Selected papers are available from the publication area of this site.


Please contact him at this address.