Women of the NHS fighting on Britain's COVID frontline
After a year that has shaken Britain's National Health Service to its core, women working at a hospital in themore
Maxine Sharples, 36, a Paramedic for North West NHS Ambulance service: "We’ve been to hell and back. Every memmore
Sheeba Philip, 44, a Stroke Nurse Consultant: "During Covid I lost my mum as well. And when she was in those lmore
Jacqui Jocelyn, 53, an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Nurse: "We’re worried what it's going to be like after, actuamore
Priscilla Manuel, 44, a Matron: "The staff were not prepared for that many and that many sudden deaths despitemore
Michaela Gildley-Taylor, 31, a Staff Nurse: "It’s been hard on us at home. We can’t see our own families but wmore
Dulcie Burrows, 52, a Head Chef: "We’ve had a few little end-of-life requests. It might just be a bacon sandwimore
Ellie Pearson, 24, a Physiotherapist: "You don’t expect someone the same age as your dad to not be able to stamore
Zebun Nissa, 42, a Doctor: "Having the second wave of pandemic didn’t really stop me from joining (the NHS) bemore
Lisa McMullin, 50, a Patient Services Assistant: "Your feet ache, your legs ache. At the end of every shift yomore
Kirsty Wilkinson, 33, a Healthcare Assistant: "It’s a real privilege really, to be with them (people dying) anmore
Ruth Clarke, 36, a student nurse: "It’s learning how to make them feel like you’re still the same person even more
Mez Bagas, 38, a Ward Manager: "I couldn’t have asked for a more dedicated team. Yes, there have been times whmore
Gillian Parker-Evans, 56, a Midwife: "All midwives are there to be with women, and that’s what ‘midwife’ meansmore
Maxine Sharples, 36, a Paramedic: "As soon as I get home I shut the door and I’m back to being a mum and a wifmore
Mable Ng, 25, a Pharmacist: "Personally, I feel this year is a very special year and a very stressful year. Bemore
Georgina Robertson, 46, an Accident & Emergency (A&E) Consultant: "The numbers have been the highest, the patimore
Rahila Dusu, 33, a Junior Doctor: "You’re scared. People are dying. It was tough but it's been a great learninmore
Charlotte Dugale, 41, a Consultant Orthodontist: "As a team actually it's pulled us together. We’ve realized hmore
Ruby Jocelyn, 19, a Student Nurse: "I became a nurse because of my mum. I began critical care nursing because more
Voirrey Quilliam, 25, a Speech and Language Therapist: "Being able to see facial expressions, being able to shmore
Marie Hudson, 61, a housekeeper: "They looked after us, we got free meals. Loads of stuff coming in every day more
A combination picture shows details of uniforms and PPE worn by East Lancashire NHS Trust healthcare workers. more
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