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Dr. John Campbell

The Dr. John Campbell YouTube channel is an educational treasure trove created by John Campbell, a retired Nurse Teacher and A&E nurse from England, with extensive experience in teaching across Asia and Africa. The channel’s primary aim is to assist students in understanding the nuances of various health care aspects. Dr. Campbell, whose PhD emphasized the development of open learning resources for nurses globally, shares his vast knowledge through a series of well-crafted videos.

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  • Change in death stats

    10:51 Change in death stats Massive APPARENT reduction in excess deaths in 2023 as UK ONS change how they calculate excess deaths. OECD, UK Excess deaths in 2022, 52,514 (9.26%) OECD, UK, weeks 1 – 44, 2023 Excess deaths, 49,389 (9.44%) Early heart disease deaths rise to 14-year high Over 100,000 excess deaths involving cardiovascular conditions in England since February 2020 Heart and circulatory diseases cause around a quarter of all deaths in England – over 140,000 deaths each year or one death every four minutes. In 2022 Over 39,000 people in England died prematurely of cardiovascular conditions, heart attacks, coronary heart disease and stroke, an average of 750 people each week. It is the highest annual total since 2008. 1 day ago 18.9K views 206 comments

  • Vitamin D deficiency pandemic

    50:47 Vitamin D deficiency pandemic Detailed conversation with Professor David Anderson, one of the seminal research doctors on vitamin D 1 day ago 16.8K views 63 comments

  • White clots USA part 2

    7:45 White clots USA part 2 6 days ago 45K views 233 comments

  • COVID Psychological Manipulation: Unpacked

    1:26:25 COVID Psychological Manipulation: Unpacked Ros Nealon-Cook, a psychologist from Australia, had her license suspended for sounding the alarm about the harms to children from government pandemic policy. Ros has joined forces with a number health professionals from around the world who were similarly censored and silenced. Together, they have created The Cape Byron Lighthouse Declaration to raise awareness about the widespread propaganda and censorship of expert scientific opinion. You can read and sign the declaration here: – adding your signature will take less than a minute. In the coming months, the Lighthouse Declaration team will host a series of webinars and roundtables to further expand the conversation on these critical issues. Ros and the Lighthouse Declaration team, can be contacted through their social media channels or via the website: Twitter: @Lighthouse_Dec Twitter: @rosalina_nc Facebook: LighthouseDeclaration Instagram: @lighthouse_dec 7 days ago 31.8K views 228 comments

  • Vaccine injured to prime minister

    7:03 Vaccine injured to prime minister 11 days ago 41.6K views 417 comments

  • White clots and sudden death

    32:01 White clots and sudden death Thank you to Mr. John O’Looney of Milton Keynes Family Funeral Services, 14 days ago 61.6K views 424 comments

  • White clots are common

    49:18 White clots are common With major Tom Haviland 16 days ago 34.2K views 193 comments

  • What are these

    6:54 What are these 16 days ago 47.2K views 359 comments

  • Autopsy after myocarditis

    46:08 Autopsy after myocarditis With Dr. Peter McCullough and Nicolas Hulscher (paper authors). Autopsy findings in cases of fatal COVID-19 vaccine- induced myocarditis Myocarditis autopsy paper: VAERS myocarditis paper: preprint autopsy paper: Spike protein detoxification paper:!/ We will also cite the Nakahara paper and the Krausen paper Nic’s linkedIn: 18 days ago 41.7K views 165 comments

  • Covid vaccines are safe

    11:00 Covid vaccines are safe Watch on parliament TV, about 13.30 pm, Wednesday 31st January 2024 Read the officially recorded text in Hansard Andrew Bridgen (North West Leicestershire) (Ind) Q3. More than two decades ago, the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair, misled this House by promoting and endorsing the Post Office Horizon IT system as perfect, protecting the large corporation that created it and causing untold harm, damage and misery to innocent people. Can the current Prime Minister think of anything he has promoted, in partnership with huge businesses, as safe and effective that has ultimately harmed the British people? Will he use this opportunity to correct that safe and effective statement, or will he choose the same line as Tony Blair and sit back, do nothing and let the misery continue to pile up? The Prime Minister We have been clear that the Horizon scandal is a terrible miscarriage of justice, and we are doing everything we can to make it right. To what the hon. Member was more broadly insinuating, let me be unequivocal from this Dispatch Box that covid vaccines are safe. Apologies and correction. In this video I wrongly say the scabies mites (Sarcoptes scabiei) are insects, they are not and are correctly classified as Arachnida. This is because the adult mites have 8 legs, so are in the same group as spiders. Insects of course have 6 legs. They are 0.2 to 0.45 mm in size, not 10 times bigger as I said, always important to put the decimal point in the correct place. I hope to resume normal service in the next video. 19 days ago 53.3K views 242 comments

  • Severe vaccine injury

    1:30:29 Severe vaccine injury Thank you Adam 29 days ago 59.7K views 337 comments

  • Vaccine injury and ivermectin

    58:23 Vaccine injury and ivermectin With professor Robert Clancy 30 days ago 33.8K views 190 comments

  • Decisions, overwhelmingly wrong

    4:30 Decisions, overwhelmingly wrong Direct link to parliament TV, Link to Hansard full transcript, Miriam Cates (Penistone and Stocksbridge) (Con) I will be brief, because it is clear that there is far more demand to speak in the debate than there is time. That shows that we absolutely need a longer debate; we need a debate on the Floor of the House, because it is not just Members present who want to speak, and members of the public have shown enormous interest. I will not go over the excellent points that have been made and the data that has been shared. We know we have a problem in this country with excess deaths, particularly among younger people and particularly from cardiovascular disease. That, in itself, is a huge challenge. We need medical experts and statisticians to address those issues—I am not qualified to do so. What I will say is this: lockdown changed everything. Our response to covid changed everything. Just as we look back on different periods of history—before the war; before the industrial revolution—I believe we will look back at before and after lockdown. Lockdown has changed our economy and how we relate to each other. It has changed our health and our understanding of children’s development. The conditions under which those decisions were made—decisions that were overwhelmingly wrong, in my opinion, although I do not blame any individuals, given the pressure they were under—have not changed. The conditions under which we suspended the precautionary principle, ignored the fact that interventions may cause harm, suspended the importance of children’s education, suspended the safeguarding of children, suspended the need for medical trials and suspended all sorts of safeguards that have stood society in good stead for a long time have not changed. The conditions in Government, the media and wider society under which those decisions were made have not changed because, unfortunately, we have not yet got to the heart of the matter. Why did that pressure come from the media? Why did we have to follow what other countries were doing? Why were we obsessed with particular points of data, such as deaths from covid, rather than considering the wider impact on society? My concern about the covid inquiry is that it is asking all the wrong questions. It is concerned with who swore at whom on WhatsApp, and not the wider conditions under which decisions were made. When, several Education Secretaries ago, the former, former, former Secretary of State for Education, my right hon. Friend the Member for South Staffordshire (Sir Gavin Williamson), stood up in the House of Commons and said that he would close schools, I remember, as a mother, shouting at the television, “Don’t do it! Don’t do it!”. I could see the impact it would have—not just on my own children, but across all the wider components of society. Society is like a big machine; we cannot just take out one part and assume that the rest will continue to operate. We have seen that clearly over the past three years. We must address the reasons why these decisions were made. We cannot do that in three minutes each—we must have a longer debate. 30 days ago 33.7K views 84 comments

  • Official inquiry, tittle tattle

    6:59 Official inquiry, tittle tattle Direct link to parliament TV, Link to Hansard full transcript, Philip Davies (Shipley) (Con) As we have seen in data published by the ONS, non-covid excess deaths continue to run higher than they should. People are dying unexpectedly across all age groups, particularly at home. Since the restrictions in March 2020, there have been 110,000 excess deaths in people’s own homes. In the week ending 22 December 2023, deaths at home were 11% higher than the five-year average. In the first 11 months of 2023, over 21,000 excess deaths took place at home, which is roughly one every 25 minutes. Last month an article in The Lancet, co-authored by the head of mortality analysis at the ONS, stated that although “the causes of these excess deaths are likely to be multiple”, ONS data did show some clear trends—in particular, the “largest relative excess deaths” since the pandemic occurred in young and middle-aged adults, with the number of cardiac deaths happening outside hospitals the most elevated. In other words, young and previously healthy people are dying at home from cardiac-related events, and we do not know why. The article concludes: “Timely and granular analyses are needed to…inform prevention and disease management efforts.” Let us be clear: this is not a new phenomenon. Experts have been raising concerns about excess deaths since as early as 2021. I remember seeing an interview with Professor Carl Heneghan, professor of evidence-based medicine at Oxford University, where he called for an investigation into the 75,000 excess deaths at home between March 2020 and October 2021. Some 90% of those excess deaths were not covid-related, but related to things such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Many of those deaths could have been prevented had people not been dissuaded from seeking care, because they were told by the media and the Government to stay at home and protect the NHS. Perhaps they tried to get help but were dismissed by a health service concerned with only one disease. The calls for an investigation went ignored then, just as they are ignored now. Perhaps the covid inquiry, as others have said, should make better use of Professor Heneghan’s time by asking about this topic rather than the tittle-tattle that it seems to revel in. The pertinent question is: why did we lock down at all? That is what I think did the biggest damage. We can all speculate on the cause of excess deaths, which are clearly happening, from withdrawal of healthcare during lockdown, the increased risk of sedentary lifestyles and alcohol consumption, the impact of the pandemic and related restrictions on NHS staffing levels, increasing NHS waiting times, lack of access to emergency care, covid-19 vaccine adverse reactions or another unknown cause—perhaps a mix of all of the above. Until the Government commit to a robust and independent investigation, we will not know for sure and the speculation will keep going. That is why the Government need an investigation rapidly. 30 days ago 18K views 35 comments

  • High heart deaths

    16:57 High heart deaths Our world in data excess mortality Early heart disease deaths rise to 14-year high Over 100,000 excess deaths involving cardiovascular conditions in England since February 2020 Heart and circulatory diseases cause around a quarter of all deaths in England, Over 140,000 deaths each year, or one death every four minutes. Healthcare costs relating to heart and circulatory diseases, £8.3 billion each year. The cost of cardiovascular disease to the wider economy in England, (including premature death, disability and informal costs), is estimated to be £22 billion each year. Latest NHS England figures show that the number of people waiting for cardiac care at the end of November in England was 402,208. The heart care waiting list is 72% larger than in February 2020. This is an increase of 169,000 people – enough to fill Wembley stadium nearly twice over. In 2022 Over 39,000 people in England died prematurely of cardiovascular conditions, heart attacks, coronary heart disease and stroke, an average of 750 people each week. It is the highest annual total since 2008. Since 2020, the premature death rate for cardiovascular disease has risen year-on-year This is the first time there has been a clear reversal in the trend for almost 60 years. The BHF says more analysis is needed to understand what is driving the trend. Dr Sonya Babu-Narayan, Associate Medical Director at the BHF and Consultant Cardiologist, said: We are still seeing more people than expected die from cardiovascular conditions overall – more than any other disease group. It’s clear to me that urgent intervention is long overdue. In January 2023, the Government announced a Major Conditions Strategy to tackle the biggest drivers of ill health and early death in England 1 month ago 39.9K views 207 comments

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