Duty of Care

'This is the book everyone should read about COVID-19' Kate Mosse

Duty of Care is the first book to tell the full story of the Covid-19 pandemic from someone on the frontline, working in one of the NHS's hardest hit areas. From the initial whispers coming out of China and the collective hesitation to class this as a pandemic to full lockdown and the continued battle to treat whoever came through the doors, Dr Pimenta tells the heroic stories of how the entire system shifted to tackle this outbreak and how, ultimately, the staff managed to save lives. Les mer
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Duty of Care is the first book to tell the full story of the Covid-19 pandemic from someone on the frontline, working in one of the NHS's hardest hit areas. From the initial whispers coming out of China and the collective hesitation to class this as a pandemic to full lockdown and the continued battle to treat whoever came through the doors, Dr Pimenta tells the heroic stories of how the entire system shifted to tackle this outbreak and how, ultimately, the staff managed to save lives.

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Dr Dominic Pimenta is a Cardiology Registrar based in London. He has written for numerous national newspapers and appeared on various TV and radio programmes, including BBC Breakfast, Good Morning Britain and Channel 4 News. He was frequently interviewed and wrote published articles in the run-up to and throughout the pandemic. In March 2020, while also working in the ICU, he set up a charity, HEROES (Help Them Help Us), aimed at protecting the welfare and wellbeing of NHS workers. After garnering widespread publicity, the charity has since passed GBP1m in donations, which have been used to buy and create PPE, and provide counselling services, childcare grants, food drops and other services for healthcare professionals.
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Find out more about HEROES here: www.helpthemhelpus.co.uk