Guddi is a paediatric doctor and TV broadcaster in London with wide experience in global public health. Passionate about social justice and health equity, Guddi has previously worked around the world, including with the World Health Organization (WHO) and Health Education England (HEE). She is the current Advocacy lead for the British Association for Child and Adolescent Health (BACAPH) and helps to manage the health think-tank, the Centre for Health and the Public Interest (CHPI). Guddi is keen to 'humanize' healthcare and is now researching how medical professionalism, quality improvement and medical education might advance in the light of the social dimensions of disease and illness for her PhD at King’s College London. As a TV broadcaster, Guddi presented Al-Jazeera’s “The Cure” and her latest project “Babies: Their Wonderful World” - the largest study on early child development ever attempted - aired on BBC 2 in November 2018.
Published in: openDemocracyUK: Opinion"We are being treated as cannon fodder”
After a decade of austerity, NHS doctors feel they have been abandoned by the government in the face of Covid-19