DOCTOR Guddi Singh will be a face familiar to avid medical documentary fans.
The Trust Me I’m A Doctor presenter of says she is "passionate about social justice and health equity" and is trying to make healthcare accessible to everyone.
Who is Dr Guddi Singh?
Paediatrician Dr Guddi Singh is an Integrated Child Health Quality Improvement Fellow and a Paediatric Registrar at East London NHS Foundation Trust.
She is also on the Executive Management Team of the Centre for Health and the Public Interest.
Guddi has a Masters in Public Health from Harvard University.
She has previously worked for the World Health Organization.
Dr Singh is currently Advocacy lead for the British Association for Child and Adolescent Health and co-manages the health think-tank, the Centre for Health and the Public Interest.
Guddi's websites states that she "is keen to 'humanise" healthcare and is now researching what the social dimensions of disease and illness might mean for 21st century medicine in her PhD."
What TV shows has Dr Guddi Singh appeared on?
Guddi is one of the presenters on BBC Two’s “Trust Me I’m A Doctor”.
She also co-hosted the BBC Two Horizon coronavirus special in 2020.
Her first TV gig was on BBC Two’s “Babies: Their Wonderful World” – the largest study on early child development ever attempted.
She has since appeared on BBC Two’s Trust Me I’m A Doctor and Al-Jazeera’s The Cure.
Singh's next appearance will be on Channel 4's How To Avoid A Second Wave.
The description for the new show reads: "Is a second wave of Covid-19 coming? How can we avoid it? Are we prepared for it? Dr Xand van Tulleken and Dr Guddi Singh meet the experts and scientists to find out."
It will be on Channel 4 at 9:00pm on August 25, 2020.
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