David Sellu lives in London with his family. He qualified in medicine from Manchester and is a semi-retired consultant general and colorectal surgeon. He now dedicates his time giving talks on his experiences at the Royal Society of Medicine, the British Association of Urological Surgeons, the Oxford Surgical Society, the West Midlands Surgical Society, the Royal College of Surgeons, the Law Society to members of the Medical Defence Union and other meetings. By doing this he hopes to raise awareness and encourage conversation about the dangerous culture of blame within the medical profession and its implications for wider learning for junior doctors, as well as others in caring professions. He also does voluntary medical work in Sierra Leone. For more information please visit https://www.davidsellu.com/.
'It is welcome news that judges have found David Sellu was wrongly convicted of gross negligence manslaughter. Many in the surgical community were greatly concerned by the case.' Royal College of Surgeons