Doctor's 'goggle camera' records Ebola rounds
The NHS is training more volunteers to go to Sierra Leone to help care for people who have contracted Ebola.
One of these volunteers is Dr Javid Abdelmoneim who has recently returned from the crisis zone in the remote east of the country where he was working with Medicine Sans Frontieres (MSF).
In addition to his protective equipment, Dr Abdelmoneim wore a miniature camera attached to his goggles, to provide a unique "Dr's eye view" inside the high risk zone where he filmed a lot of the things he witnessed for Panorama.
Here he carefully removes his protective equipment following one of his rounds in the treatment centre.
Watch Panorama: Ebola Frontline on 17 November on BBC One at 22.35 GMT or later on iPlayer.
17 Nov 2014
- From the section Health