Life in primary care can be complex. Deep Breath In explores the highs and lows of being a GP, offering a space to reflect on the grey areas of general practice.
The Deep Breath In team are (L-R) Navjoyt Ladher, Tom Nolan, Jenny Rasanathan.
Navjoyt Ladher trained in London, and is now a locum GP, and head of education at The BMJ. She Tweets at @NavjoytLadher
Tom Nolan is a GP partner at Brockwell Park Surgery, in London and clinical editor at the BMJ. You can follow him on Twitter at @tnolan
Jenny Rasanathan is a primary care doctor, public health consultant and clinical editor for The BMJ based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She completed residency in Family and Social Medicine in The Bronx, New York, and tweets very rarely at @jjk84
Music for the podcast by Childcare
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In our discussions on Deep Breath In, we have been confronted the way in which medicine is affected by, and in some cases can perpetuate, structural racism. In some of our episodes Tom, Navjoyt, and Jenny refer to a reading list that they have found helpful - supplied by upcoming DBI guest Annabel Sowemimo, sexual and reproductive health trainee, and founder of Decolonising Contraception.