Has Covid fractured the way we live?

By August 16, 2022Public

Has it?  Hmm…  I’ll be assessing the effects of the pandemic on everyday life on the evening of September 6 when I give the 2022 Tom Olsen lecture at St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street.

Many of you already know that, alongside working as a GP, I’ve contributed to titles ranging from The Lancet to The Sun, where I wrote as The Sun Doctor for 21 years. I teach on medicine in the media at Imperial College Medical School and am also a Fellow of Newnham College, Cambridge.

All this means I am meant to know things. But let me add that St Bride’s is the Journalists’ Church and it’s well worth coming along just to see inside this magnificent Wren building. More details (and booking) on this link: Has Covid fractured the way we live?

Carol Cooper

Author Carol Cooper

Carol is known for a string of health and parenting books, and as The Sun newspaper's doctor. She also broadcasts on TV and radio. After co-authoring the award-winning textbook General Practice at a Glance (2013), she's turned her hand to writing fiction laced with a medical strand. Carol's first two novels One Night at the Jacaranda and Hampstead Fever are contemporary tales set in London, while her latest novel The Girls from Alexandria is an historical mystery inspired by her cosmopolitan background.  Carol teaches at Imperial College Medical School and is a Fellow of Newnham College, Cambridge. She was elected president of the Guild of Health Writers in 2014, is honorary consultant in family medicine to the Twins Trust, and deputy chair of Action on Pre-Eclampsia. Her blog is Pills and Pillow-Talk.  

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