Unfortunately there are critical shortages in PPE across many different NHS settings. As a result staff are working on the front line without the essential armour they need to protect themselves in this fight against COVID-19.
Without adequate PPE, not only are healthcare staff at huge risk of getting sick themselves, but they are almost certain to pass it onto
their patients and their families.
The Government are working hard to procure PPE, however there are huge challenges due to increased global demand. This campaign is helping find new supply chains to urgently respond to the current shortages.
As a result of the pandemic there is an unprecedented
increase in demand for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
JAMES MCAVOY supports Masks4NHSHeros
Visors being manufactured
20,000 face shields delivered to East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust
Dr Mona Barzin
BSc MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
Practices as an NHS GP
in London as well as working for 111.
Mr Ravi Visagan
BSc(Hons) MRCS(Eng) FHEA
Neurosurgery Registrar working
at King's College Hospital, London.
Dr Salaj Masand
Works as a physician in
General Adult Medicine
Mr Nav Kumar
MA(Hons), MSc, ASCI
Director of P1F Limited
University of Cambridge (Management, Finance, Procurement and Operations for the Trust)
MA (Hons), MSc
Studied at London School of Economics. Works in digital.
Managing communications, donations and website