Dr David Delvin is director of the Medical Information Service, and one of Britain's best-known media doctors. He trained in medicine at King's College Hospital, London, and subsequently worked at hospitals in Sussex, Kent and the West Indies. After becoming a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, he established a successful career in writing and broadcasting about medicine and surgery. He has now appeared in over 900 medical TV programmes. His work has received awards from the American Medical Writers' Association and the Medical Journalists' Association. He has also been Consumer Columnist of the Year and he was awarded the Medaille de la Ville de Paris by Jacques Chirac in 1983. His last book for Sheldon Press, Backache: What you need to know (2009) won the Medical Journalists' Association Tony Thistlethwaite Award for excellence in communicating medical and health information in a book for the lay reader.
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