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Dr Talha Sami discusses the impact of the pandemic on frontline NHS workers in his new book
The book, which is an inside look at the frontline response of a doctor during the Covid-19 pandemic, came out on 12 April and went into the top 30 on Amazon for books on Doctor-Patient Relations
Surrey doctor publishes diaries documenting his 'highs and lows' of frontline work
Dr Talha Sami chronicled his experiences and feelings in a diary during the Covid-19 waves and multiple lockdowns, before deciding to publish his musings entitled Take A Deep Breath: Diary of a Junior Doctor in the NHS During The Covid Pandemic
Dr. Talha discusses what it's been like for junior doctors throughout the Covid pandemic in a short documentary intertwined with a BBC interview
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Diary Of A Junior Doctor in the NHS During The Covid Pandemic
I explore how BAME key workers stepped forward in the pandemic. Interviews explore the impact of Covid-19 in Canada, USA especially to African-Americans and of course the incredible NHS in the UK. I recount my own experiences including when I was recently racially abused at work. I became a doctor in 2013 and have seen since then how wonderful it has been to work with people from all backgrounds. I stand with ALL key workers in the pandemic which has disproportionately seen BAME key workers step forward to save the country whilst suffering the highest death tolls on a background of decades of inequality. This documentary examines how Covid-19 pandemic has affected Canada, African-Americans and of course the NHS.