We are very excited to announce Dr Guddhi Singh, presenter on BBC Two’s Trust Me I’m A Doctor, as one of our speakers!!
Dr Guddi Singh is an Integrated Child Health Quality Improvement Fellow and a Paediatric Registrar at East London NHS Foundation Trust.
Passionate about social justice and health equity, Guddi has previously worked around the world, including with the World Health Organization (WHO), and is the current Advocacy lead for the British Association for Child and Adolescent Health and helps to manage the health think-tank, the Centre for Health and the Public Interest (CHPI). Guddi is keen to ‘humanise’ healthcare and is now researching what the social dimensions of disease and illness might mean for 21st century medicine in her PhD.
Guddi is a presenter on BBC Two’s Trust Me I’m A Doctor. During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020/21, she co-hosted two BBC Two Horizon coronavirus specials, as well as Channel 4’s How to Avoid a Second Wave, followed by Why is Covid Killing People of Colour? on BBC One in 2021. Her presenting debut was as the host of BBC Two’s Babies: Their Wonderful World – the largest study on early child development ever attempted, BBC Two’s Trust Me I’m A Doctor and Al-Jazeera’s The Cure.