What a phenomenal experience to have shared my near-fatal Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) story of race-driven medical negligence on LIVE TV on Channel 4’s show, ‘Steph’s Packed Lunch’. It was even better that I got to tag team with the beautiful Dr Sharon (IG: @derm_chic) who has created an entire medical curriculum centered around this important … Continue reading CHANNEL 4 (LIVE) INTERVIEW – WHY IS IT HARDER TO DIAGNOSE DISORDERS ON NON-WHITE SKIN?
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BBC Interview – Why is it harder to diagnose disorders on non-white skin?
Why is it harder to diagnose disorders on non-white skin? - BBC News Watch the full VT for the BBC's discussion on the challenges with diagnosing disorders on non-white skin by clicking the button below. There is also a short clip of the interview when it aired on 02/06/2021 during BBC London's 10am news. CLICK … Continue reading BBC Interview – Why is it harder to diagnose disorders on non-white skin?
ITV – Black and British: Tonight
ITV Tonight is Britain's most popular current affairs programme, which delivers compelling stories that get to the heart of what matters most to its viewers. It is an absolute blessing and honour to be part of ITV’s Black & British: Tonight special programme, which will air on Thursday 29th October 2020 at 7:30pm on ITV.
‘Why Worry?’ – Devotional on YouVersion
It was an incredible honour to partner with my sister Ruth Oladeru on this devotional titled 'Why Worry? Here we explore the origin of worry and how to address it by drawing upon scripture and psychology. This 6-day devotional is available on YouVersion. In this devotional we define what worry is, discuss ways to overcome … Continue reading ‘Why Worry?’ – Devotional on YouVersion
The development of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome in People of Colour: A Case Study Lecture for SNMA, Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
This week I was a Guest Lecturer for the medical students at Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine in New Mexico, USA. In this lecture, I share on the visual presentation of Stevens-Johnson (SJS) in people of colour - using myself as a Case Study. In addition, I share my disheartening experience of systemic racism in health care due to the lack of representation of Black and Ethnic groups in medical education curricular. The session ended with a brilliant question, answer and comment session.
Black Health Matters
I have so much to say on this given my experience of systemic racism which almost ended in death — but for now; read and share my social media post 'threads', sign the petitions below — and fight for your health because the system isn’t...YET. GMC: Medical schools must include BAME representation in clinical teaching … Continue reading Black Health Matters
Psychology and ‘Black Lives Matter’
Your brain does not have a race. We all have the capacity to feel pain. Psychology can point to viable solutions. Read more in the post on ‘Psychology and Black Lives Matter’.
Like A Flood (Surround Me)
Like A Flood (Surround me) is available on YouTube (DoctorKanayo) • It will be available on all platforms along with other songs from my EP ‘Journaling To A Melody’ in the near future.
Bitten In The Lion’s Den… (Video)
Enjoy my brief testimony on how I overcame Stevens-Johnson syndrome. I have so much more to share on God’s goodness but I will leave that for my EP launch/Thanksgiving worship night! Get your tickets via doctorkanayo.com/tickets 💛
Journaling To A Melody: EP Launch and Thanksgiving Worship Night
You are cordially invited to Kanayo's EP Launch and Thanksgiving Worship Night! Join us to celebrate the exclusive launch of Kanayo’s EP ‘Journaling To A Melody’, through a live worship experience of prayer, testimonies, healing, fellowship and small chops! Get your tickets now – we cannot wait to worship with you.