Debi Evans appears on Doc Malik: What The NHS Was Like, And How It Could Be

In September 2023, UK Column Nursing Correspondent Debi Evans was a guest of Doc Malik.

Debi Evans is a retired State Registered Nurse. She trained and qualified at the Royal Free Hospital (RFH), London. After postgraduate experience at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, and Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Buckinghamshire, she returned to the Royal Free as a ward sister.

Debi is a mother of five and grandmother to four beautiful grandchildren. As a mature student, Debi graduated with a PG Cert at Birmingham University in Autism Spectrum Conditions. She served from 2010 to 2015 as a government advisor at the Department of Health on the Autism Programme Board.

In 2020, Debi delivered a virtual presentation to the late Ian R Crane's Alternative View conference (AV11) entitled In Plain Sight: 20/20 Vision, where she was one of the first to speak out against the Government's Covid–19 agenda and proposed vaccine rollout. This is where Debi met Brian Gerrish of UK Column, where she is now the weekly health correspondent.

Debi also writes a weekly blog for UK Column. Debi has little spare time but enjoys reading and spending time with family. Debi is a committed Christian. She describes herself as a nosy gobby granny; however, her family call her a warrior.

In this conversation, we take a walk into the past, and Debi recounts what it was like working in the NHS. We discuss how things have changed—but not for the better. And it needn’t be this way.

Debi Evans subsequently interviewed Doc Malik in January 2024.