You May Clap But We are soon Forgotten The Coronavirus Collective

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Aayushi Pandya MBBS

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Curated by Triya Chakravorty

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Pandya, A. (2020). You May Clap But We are soon Forgotten: The Coronavirus Collective. Sushruta Journal of Health Policy & Opinion, 13(3). https://doi.org/10.38192/13.3.10
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Opinions
Author Biography

Aayushi Pandya MBBS, Kent, Surrey & Sussex Foundation School, Brighton, UK

An academic foundation year two doctor in Brighton. She graduated from Kings College London in 2018 with the School of Medicine Silver medal. She is passionate about tackling inequalities, volunteers for Anthony Nolan and is pursuing her interests in Global Women’s Health through a Masters in London.

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