Hello my name is James…
Photo from the BBC’s The Big Questions
I support and campaign for the charity, healthcare and not for profit sector. I am the founder of the Digital Legacy Association a global organisation launched to help professionals to better support to patients with their digital assets and digital legacy. I also developed MyWishes to help empower the general public when making their own end of life decisions.
Photo from BBC Radio 4’s We Need to Talk About Death with Joan Bakewell.
Sometimes I speak on the radio, the telly, contribute to books and scientific papers. I am also a part time lecturer at University College London (UCL). TV appearances range from BBC Breakfast and the Channel 4 News to BBC’s The Big Questions and Jon Richardson’s Ultimate Worrier
I have written editorials and tutorials for a number of online and offline publications. These include The British Medical Journal, Dying Matters, Macmillan and for a number of hospices. To read an article I wrote for the The Royal College of Physicians click here.
I have also written chapters and contributed to a number of books including the ‘A Matter of Life and Death’ and
I support hospice, charity and and not for profit organisations when their ethics and beliefs mirror my own. If you would like to speak with me click here