Celebrating our Student Community in fight against COVID-19

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More than 230 University of Liverpool student doctors and 98 student nurses have volunteered to work on the front line supporting the NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic. We could not be prouder of our student community, who have shown dedication and selflessness in everything that they do.

Read about their fantastic work below.

'I would urge students in lower years to get stuck in!'

We have been highlighting the stories of commendation winners, celebrating student doctors who have gone above and beyond. This month's feature is Jared. 

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Liverpool Student Doctors support key research during pandemic

The Alder Hey Clinical Research Facility have passed on special thanks to those currently working with them on their PRIEST Study. Our student doctors have helped to recruit over 50 patients to date.

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'I felt a growing desire to contribute however I could'

Year 4 Student Doctor Daniel is volunteering as a Medical Student Technician to help the NHS during the pandemic. We caught up with him about how he's getting on.

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Student doctors create PPE for frontline workers

Year 4 student doctors, James and Cora have gotten creative with a 3D printer; creating PPE to #printforvictory. 

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Swapping wedding bells for hospital bleepers to help the NHS

Year 5 Student Doctor Lydia Hawker swapped a wedding dress for scrubs last month as she postponed getting married and started volunteering on the front line of the NHS.

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Student Medic Julia

Celebrating our student medics in fight against COVID-19

Julia, a Year 5 Student Doctor, spoke to us about her experience working on the front line since the coronavrius outbreak.

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