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Please take a look at this fantastic review of our book Ebola – Behind the Mask. The review was in this weeks Nursing Standard (the UK’s biggest selling nursing journal).

The review is by Neil Wigglesworth who is the deputy director of Infection Prevention and Control at Guys and St Thomas’ in London.

Its four star grading sits nicely with the eleven FIVE star reviews on Amazon.

Anna and I are both pleased and flattered to receive such positive feedback for a piece of work that took us a year to write. A lot of tears went into this book as we recalled events in Sierra Leone and the plight of the people we cared for. They were more than statistics, they were people who had dreams and aspirations. They were loved and had hope for a future. This was all taken from them by a cruel disease, the very least we could do was to tell their story.

The book has a superb foreword by the BBC Global Health Correspondent Tulip Mazumdar who was active in west Africa during the whole of the outbreak and was therefore able to add informed context to the book.

You can buy a copy of the book :

  1. At Starbeck Library on 23rd November 1845-2100 when I will be giving a presentation about our work in the outbreak, reading from the book and signing copies.
  2. If you work at HDH I have some copies in Endoscopy, come and see me.
  3. Order online via THIS LINK 

 

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