MBBS (MD - Merit), Student President
BSc (Hons) - Psychology, Immunology & Biomedical sciences
MSc - Trauma & Orthopaedic Sciences
MRCS Part A
Medical and Surgical Simulation Innovator
Core Surgical Trainee - London
Public Health Medical Writer
Digital Health Innovator
Spinal Injuries Advocate & ATLS provider
Clinical Knee Research Fellow
Mechanic and Test Driver
David is an MBBS (MD - Merit), BSc (Hons), MSc graduate and anatomy demonstrator from St. George's Hospital Medical School, University of London. Currently whilst working as a Trauma & Orthopaedics Core Surgical Trainee in the London Deanery and previously as an Orthopaedic and A&E Clinical & Education Fellow at University College London Hospital with clerkships at Johns Hopkins Hospital - Baltimore & Chino Valley & Montclair Medical Centres - Los Angeles, he works on creating and maintaining the design aspects for the Imperial College WHO Collaborating Centre (for Public Health Education & Training), Imperial College School of Public Health and the Global Health BSc programme as well as medical writing, research and hosting conferences. He also holds an honorary contract with North Hampshire Hospitals as a Clinical Knee Research Fellow.
In addition to clinical roles, David is the Clinical Excellence Lead for Inovus Medical, the world-leaders in high-fidelity medical and surgical simulation devices coupled with a ground-breaking platform destined to change the face of training future generations of surgeons.
David has a passion for clinical excellence, patient care and improving training, with his core values driven through long-term experience in driving innovation, improvements through change management through employment of efficiency & safety, and advancements in medical and surgical simulation.
In his spare time, David is an avid session musician & enjoys keeping fit!
Rekinekt (Spinal, Nerve Brain injuries)
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