Planet Normal: Professor Carl Heneghan on learning to live with Covid this winter | Podcast

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Allison’s in the BMA’s bad books. Hell hath no fury like a Pearson scorned as she shares her prescription with her podcast co-pilot, Liam Halligan for the next stage in her fight to bring back face-to-face GP appointments.

Also on the show: it’s the start of a new school year, but new books don’t spell an end to the disruptions for our children. Liam has some disquieting words for the teaching unions ahead of the national return to the classroom.

Also boarding the rocket of right-thinking, Professor Carl Heneghan, Director of Oxford University’s Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine drops in to tell our co-pilots why he believes the JCVI should prioritise a vaccine booster programme for over 65s over the immunisation of under-18s – and leaves our co-pilots wishing he were their GP.

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