DAUK in The Times: landlords urged to offer up empty homes to NHS staff
Dr Samantha Batt-Rawden, president of the Doctors’ Association UK, said: “Doctors are making extraordinary sacrifices to ensure that they can stay on the frontline during this pandemic. We know that many doctors have taken the difficult decision to live away from their families, including their children, as they worry about spreading the virus.”
Press release: joint release with Protect on supporting staff to raise their concerns
DAUK is working with Protect to support doctors raising concerns either locally, or publicly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DAUK in The Daily Mail: doctors bullied into not wearing PPE
DAUK raises the issue of doctors being bullied into not wearing PPE.
DAUK in the Evening Standard: doctors could leave profession over fears for safety
DAUK in the Evening Standard warning that some doctors in the UK could leave their profession because they feel there is a "widespread lack" of protective equipment.
DAUK in GP Online: GPs barred from speaking out about PPE shortages
GPs have come forward to tell DAUK that they have been barred from speaking up about their concerns regarding PPE, locally, on social media or in the press. Read our article in GP Online here.
DAUK in The Guardian: doctors wanted not to speak up about concerns on PPE
DAUK has been approached by a number of doctors who have been told not to speak out on social media or in the press regarding concerns on PPE.