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discusses everything from culture to the creative arts from the other side. I’m a doctor with a passion for the NHS, contemporary culture, religion and politics. 

I wanted to discuss the unheard narratives to promote the liberal arts, social dialogue and progressive values through documentaries and interviews. 

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17 Jan 2021

BAME Coronavirus Deaths /The NHS Is Black / BAME Doctors In Covid

I explore how BAME key workers stepped forward in the pandemic. I became a doctor in 2013 and have seen since then how wonderful it has been to work with people from all backgrounds. I stand with ALL key workers in the pandemic which has disproportionately seen BAME key workers step forward to save the country whilst suffering the highest death tolls on a background of decades of inequality. Once again immigrants are called on to save Great Britain: from World War I to the immigrant rush to now. 

This documentary examines how Covid-19 pandemic has affected Canada, African-Americans and of course the NHS. Interviews explore the impact of Covid-19 in Canada, USA especially to African-Americans and of course the incredible NHS in the UK.

I recount my own experiences including when I was recently racially abused at work.

I interview frontline workers such as seasoned A&E Consultant Dr. Dominic Harrison, dedicated paramedic Miles Bryers and committed senior Canadian midwife Andrea Levy.

Please share this to show your support for your BAME co-workers and key workers. 

So Far Unsaid represents the other side. I wanted to promote the liberal arts, social dialogue and progressive values through documentaries and interviews. 

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0:00 – Introduction 0:59 – Who Were The Key Workers? 1:17 – Interview With A&E Consultant Dr Dominic Harrison 2:59 – Quantifying BAME Deaths 3:20 – The Official Response 3:41 – Interview 5:41 – The Death Of African-American Dr. Susan Moore 6:05 – Interview With Rafiq Friend in Philadelphia About How Covid-19 Has Affected African-Americans 7:57 – Public Health Of England Response 9:06 – Interview With Paramedic Miles Bryers 9:55 – Conclusion / When I Was Racially Abused At Work

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Inside The Frontline Of The Covid-19 Pandemic

Jan 3, 2021

Coronavirus Timeline UK/ By Doctor Who Worked Through It/ Inside The Frontline

In the past year I have been making a documentary about working on the frontline of the Coronavirus response in hospital and general practice. I absolutely love the NHS but it’s under stress like never before. We discuss coronavirus tests, being a junior doctor, covid news, coronavirus updates, covid variants in a way that you have probably never have heard before. This includes my own personal experiences of working as a practising Muslim and undertaking Ramadan during the first wave. This documentary covers the first wave of the response. We discuss the shortages of PPE. We examine how the great British spirit and the public rallied around the NHS in a way we have never seen before. We also focus on the stress upon key workers especially from BAME backgrounds. So Far Unsaid represents the other side. I wanted to promote the liberal arts, social dialogue and progressive values through documentaries and interviews.

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Timecodes 0:00 – Introduction 0:40 – The First Wave, Herd Immunity, WHO Response VS British Response 2:00 – Working As A Doctor In The First Wave 3:20 – PPE Shortages & Government Oversights 7:20 – Key Workers Dying With A Focus On BAME 8:27 – Clap For Carers

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INSIDE THE FRONTLINE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC​

17 Jan 2021

BAME Coronavirus Deaths /The NHS Is Black /BAME Doctors In Covid

I explore how BAME key workers stepped forward in the pandemic. Interviews explore the impact of Covid-19 in Canada, USA especially to African-Americans and of course the incredible NHS in the UK. I recount my own experiences including when I was recently racially abused at work. I became a doctor in 2013 and have seen since then how wonderful it has been to work with people from all backgrounds. I stand with ALL key workers in the pandemic which has disproportionately seen BAME key workers step forward to save the country whilst suffering the highest death tolls on a background of decades of inequality. This documentary examines how Covid-19 pandemic has affected Canada, African-Americans and of course the NHS. I interview frontline workers such as seasoned A&E Consultant Dr. Dominic Harrison, dedicated paramedic Miles Bryers and committed senior Canadian midwife Andrea Levy. Once again immigrants are called on to save Great Britain: from World War I to the immigrant rush to now. 

Timecodes:

Timecodes 0:00 – Introduction 0:59 – Who Were The Key Workers? 1:17 – Interview With A&E Consultant Dr Dominic Harrison 2:59 – Quantifying BAME Deaths 3:20 – The Official Response 3:41 – Interview 5:41 – The Death Of African-American Dr. Susan Moore 6:05 – Interview With Rafiq Friend in Philadelphia About How Covid-19 Has Affected African-Americans 7:57 – Public Health Of England Response 9:06 – Interview With Paramedic Miles Bryers 9:55 – Conclusion / When I Was Racially Abused At Work

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If you would like to know more about Dr Talha Sami

I graduated from St. George’s, University of London in 2013. I then studied at UCL gaining a 1st in Philosophy, Medicine and Society in an iBSc in 2011. After completing my foundation medical years  I also completed a MA in History from SOAS in 2016. 

Currently I work as an A&E Registrar and GP.  I’m busy producing content for So Far UNSAID and writing a 3 volume works on Islam in America.
 

So Far UNSAID discusses everything from culture to the creative arts but from the other side.  I wanted to discuss the unheard narratives to promote the liberal arts, social dialogue and progressive values through documentaries and interviews. I focus on healthcare, politics, religion and contemporary culture. 

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