Are you a health worker, support worker or social care worker whose work is being affected by the Coronavirus pandemic? We want to give you a voice. Record a short video (4 minutes maximum) and send it to us now on +447828085645.
The government isn't giving health workers the support they need. NHS staff are battling Coronavirus without proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), without easily available testing, and without guarantees such as sick pay and a living wage for all staff. These failures of government policy are wreaking havoc on the effort to tackle the pandemic.
All of this is why we're launching #NHSfrontline. We're putting our social media platforms at the disposal of NHS workers and social care workers so that they can get the word out about what they're going through, and what they need. This is open to support staff (such as porters, cleaners, and NHS construction and maintenance workers), and you don't need to be working directly with Coronavirus patients to submit a video. You don't have to suffer in silence, and you don't have to put on a brave face if you don't want to.
How to contribute
If you're happy to be broadcast on our social media channels, take a short video (4 minutes maximum) of yourself talking about what's going on in your NHS-related work, and what you're seeing on the frontlines of the Coronavirus crisis. Send it to us via WhatsApp at +447828085645, and if we can, we'll put it out online. If you can't use WhatsApp you can also send your video directly by Facebook Messenger to our Facebook page. Please include your first name and your job title, and also send us a contact email address so we can get in touch with you for any questions or clarifications.
Through thick and thin, we're always here for our health workers.
Click to hear, NHS Staff Voices member, Stephen Naulls on BBC Newshourhttps://keepournhspublic.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/WhatsApp-Video-2020-03-30-at-09.35.11.mp4