View from the Frontline: A&E

Apr 27, 10:06 PM
Our special guest this episode is the inspiring emergency medicine doctor Kelly Ameneshoa, who works in a busy London A&E department. She talks candidly about the key issues we face right now, including PPE, the large and disproportionate number of black and minority ethnic people affected by coronavirus, and community volunteering. Kelly also tells us what it was like to have the virus herself. Please follow, subscribe, rate, review, and send any questions, comments or feedback to questions@coronacast.co.uk.

Notes this episode:

The Quarantine Creations project mentioned by Tilly
https://www.instagram.com/5ASideTheatre/

The hospital treating all BAME staff as vulnerable is Somerset Foundation Trust in the West Country
https://www.hsj.co.uk/workforce/trust-treating-all-bame-staff-as-vulnerable-and-at-risk/7027500.article

Gareth Malone's Great British Home Chorus
https://www.greatbritishhomechorus.com/