College President’s interview from BBC Radio Scotland

College President Professor Jackie Taylor was interviewed on BBC Radio Scotland’s Good Morning Scotland today (7 April), in a discussion with Dr Lewis Morrison, Chair of BMA Scotland. The interview focused on what is happening in hospitals now that COVID-19 cases have been falling and what is likely to happen as the NHS remobilises.

College President’s interview from BBC Radio Scotland

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College President Professor Jackie Taylor was interviewed on BBC Radio Scotland’s Good Morning Scotland today (7 April), in a discussion with Dr Lewis Morrison, Chair of BMA Scotland. The interview focused on what is happening in hospitals now that COVID-19 cases have been falling and what is likely to happen as the NHS remobilises. 

Professor Taylor’s interview takes place between 1:10:33 and 1:20:58. This is available to listen to until 6 May 2021. Permission has been given by BBC Radio Scotland to include this within our News Blog.


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