june, 2021

23jun13:0014:15FeaturedVirtual EventKeynote: Dr Rachel Clarkea Borrowed Time keynote event13:00 - 14:15(GMT+01:00) View in my timeEvent Type :Keynote,PresentationEvent Type 2:online

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We’re delighted to announce our first Borrowed Time keynote event with a talk by Dr. Rachel Clarke who achieved acclaim not just for her outspoken and fearless advocacy for her fellow Junior Doctors during their national strike in 2016, but for her subsequent publications Dear Life, a doctor’s story of love and loss (2017), Your Life in my Hands: a Junior Doctor’s Story (2020) any most recently Breathtaking: inside the NHS in a Time of Pandemic (2021). The Sunday Times says that Rachel ‘writes with a tender, lyrical beauty; The Guardian in a similar vein describes her words as ‘brimful of love, grace and kindness’.

What a remarkable book this is; tender, funny, brave, heartfelt, radiant with love and life. It brought me often to laughter and – several times – to tears. It sings with joy and kindness’ Robert Macfarlaneon Rachel Clarke’s latest publication Breathtaking: Inside the NHS in a Time of Pandemic.

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Time

(Wednesday) 13:00 - 14:15(GMT+01:00) View in my time

Organizer

art.earthevents@art-earth.org.uk

Speakers for this event

  • Dr Rachel Clarke

    Dr Rachel Clarke

    Author, NHS Doctor

    Dr. Rachel Clarke has achieved international acclaim not just for her outspoken and fearless advocacy for her fellow NHS Junior Doctors during their national strike in 2016, but for her subsequent publications Dear Life, a doctor’s story of love and loss (2017), Your Life in my Hands: a Junior Doctor’s Story (2020) any most recently Breathtaking: inside the NHS in a Time of Pandemic (2021). The Sunday Times says that Rachel ‘writes with a tender, lyrical beauty; The Guardian in a similar vein describes her words as ‘brimful of love, grace and kindness’.

    URL http://doctoroxford.com

    Author, NHS Doctor

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