Dr Chinegwundoh has appeared several times on television, commencing in the 1990s on "Black Britain" in a feature about taking prostate cancer messages into the community.
In November 2011, he was invited to take part in a Sky TV comedy vehicle to raise awareness of prostate cancer. This has been acclaimed by the charities Prostate Action and Prostate Cancer Charity in the UK for the use of humour to get across a serious male health message.
The clip stars Karl Pilkington, Rcky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, with a guest appearance from Dr Chinegwundoh. As of 20 February 2012 the clip has been viewed 110 000 times.
Clip from Sky TV, Series 2 An Idiot Abroad
Dr Chinegwundoh has extensive experience lecturing internationally, nationally and locally on a variety of topics.
One such invitation was on "The African Caribbean contribution to the NHS" delivered to the history section of the Royal Society of Medicine, in 2006.
NHS Choices video
This video talks about prostate cancer
The author also advised on a video about urinary tract infection
A publication in the "Voice" newspaper in June 2012
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Infection 'May Have Been Caused By Diamond
Huffington Post UK
urological surgeon Dr Frank Chinegwundoh agreed with Dr Vandeburg saying
that bladder infections are caused by bugs already in the system,
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visits to the bathroom while on the Spirit of Chartwell may have contributed to
him developing the infection, Dr. Frank Chinegwundoh said.