Dr Jenny Vaughan, Law and Policy Lead for The Doctors’ Association UK speaks to LBC about the shortage of PPE, DAUK’s #ProtectTheFrontlinecampaign and our call for public inquiry into lack of PPE
Listen to Dr David Nicholl, DAUK committee member speak to LBC about lack of PPE.
"So our question really is, if you have enough stock and you've solved the distribution problem by enlisting the army, what is the problem now?" Dr Rinesh Parmar, DAUK Chair, spoke to Ian Payne about ongoing PPE shortages.
Dr Rinesh Parmar speaks to LB about lack of PPE saying that the government had not kept up their side of the bargain.
Dr Samantha Batt-Rawden DAUK Founder and President speaks to Nick Ferrari on the lack of PPE on the frontlines in the wake of the tragic death of an NHS consultant #protectthefrontline
We have taken the decision to share a transcript of Dr Jenny Vaughan’s interview this morning on Love Sport Radio. She was invited onto the show to speak about the proposal that retired doctors will be re-registered to work in the NHS in the event of a coronavirus outbreak.
During the interview presenters Kelvin MacKenzie and Patrick Christys first ridicule doctors for not having a lifelong duty under the Hippocratic oath to return and treat patients. They state numerous times that being a doctor is a “well paid job” and that doctors should expect the circumstances they find themselves in as they are well paid and chose to do it.