About Dr. Jon Craig

Clinic Doctor, International SOS China

Dr. Craig obtained his medical degree from the University of Manchester Medical School.

Dr. Craig is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (UK), and holds other postgraduate qualifications in Aviation Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Orthopaedic Medicine, and Medical Acupuncture. He began his career as a Royal Air Force medical officer and has worked in the primary care field ever since, in a variety of different roles and locations including the UK, Germany, New Zealand, and the United Arab Emirates and China.

Dr. Craig is British and has lived and worked in Beijing for the past two years.

蔡博 国际SOS北京与天津门诊 首席医疗官

Dr. Craig 来自英国并于曼彻斯特大学医学院取得学位,他不仅是英国皇家全科医师协会的会员,也拥有在航空医学、产科、妇科及骨科领域的职业资格。 Dr. Craig从业生涯在英国皇家空军的医疗团队展开,自此之后主要担任基础护理以及许多其他专科的医疗服务。Dr. Craig曾在英国、德国、新西兰、阿联酋等国家工作。

Air pollution: Health Threats and Risks

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Air pollution is a hot topic at the moment, with Beijing’s terrible smog hitting the news again. The problem is far from being one for the Chinese capital alone, however – many Chinese cities feature in analyses of those worst affected, but numerous others around the world face similar issues, with many in Pakistan, India, Iran and Mongolia being among the worst. Read full blog post »

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Medical Risks and Best Practices for Organizations doing Business in China

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With 1.3 billion people, China represents 20 percent of the world’s population and continues to grow rapidly. The country is incredibly diverse in terms of geography, culture and language. This complexity creates both great opportunities and massive risks for organizations doing business in China. That’s especially true when it comes to medical risks.
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