Louise Curtis is an advanced clinical practitioner at an A&E in a major trauma centre. She was a nurse in the emergency department for just under eight years, working both as a staff nurse and deputy sister. She has volunteered abroad in South Africa, Thailand, Uganda and Ethiopia, caring for disabled orphans, HIV, and trauma patients. Sarah Johnson has been a journalist for twelve years, seven of them at the Guardian. She founded and edits the Blood, Sweat and Tears series which features first-person accounts of working in and receiving healthcare. As a writer, she specialises in mental health and other aspects of healthcare in the UK and abroad.
An important memoir that we all need to read right now. * Closer *