Dr Hadiza Gachi is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and is an Acute Medicine Consultant. She is currently practising in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.

This interview took place on 20 October 2020.


00:31 (link is external) The effect of coronavirus pandemic on working hours and practices

02:28 (link is external) Comments on availability of medicines, medical equipment, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) across the country

04:03 (link is external) Treating patients with coronavirus

05:53 (link is external) Thoughts on long-term effects of the pandemic on health

07:31 (link is external) Long-term effects of the pandemic on the NHS

09:02 (link is external) Government response

10:02 (link is external) Public response

11:26 (link is external) Personal experiences of colleagues contracting coronavirus and self-isolating due to potential infection

14:01 (link is external) Effect of the pandemic and lockdown on home-life routines

15:43 (link is external) Wellbeing and mental health support given to medical professionals

17:14 (link is external) Views on finding information surrounding the pandemic

18:48 (link is external) Closing comments on some positive changes made to work-life during the pandemic