Making Waves: Medicine, Public Health, Universities and Beyond
At every stage of his career, David Penington has never shunned public controversy, driven by a passion for education and for universities both in medicine and society more broadly, for research and developmen evidence based policies and seeking to apply new knowledge for the benefit of society
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