Covid on the Front Line why I no longer work for the NHS
shares his experience as a pharmacist in a large NHS General Practice and his
reasons for leaving...
With over 30 years NHS experience behind him, he knew how the whole NHS system worked. He knew how the pharmaceutical industry worked. He could source and understand complex clinical research papers and understood hospital activity data.
Having served as a Clinical Pharmacist and a Board-Level Director in local, regional and national roles, he had the confidence to challenge the mainstream narrative with the actual facts.
And it was not difficult to blow large holes in the mainstream narratives. It was very obvious to any neutral observer that the vast majority of patients were being disadvantaged and many harmed by the rationing of core NHS services in the pursuit of zero
Then came the very unwelcome responsibility of establishing and running a COVID Vaccination Centre that served his local population. He watched as thousands walked through the door believing that they were receiving their ticket to freedom.
It was that experience that pushed Graham to the point where he was no longer willing to participate.
So he stopped participating and walked away.