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I'm a junior doctor in the NHS and I started learning BSL in my spare time because of a recent patient with whom I wished I could communicate better. As a profession, we have historically been poor with appropriately addressing the concerns of the D/deaf community. In the current climate, especially since we wear masks obscuring our mouths, communicating with people who rely on lip-reading is even poorer. I hope that by learning BSL I can provide comfort to some of my patients.  🩺

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