Student Commendations | June 2023
Congratulations to the fourteen student doctors who have been awarded a commendation in June for going above and beyond in their studies, on placement or in their extra-curricular activities.
Commendations are a great way of recognising someone who is going great things. It couldn’t be easier to submit your nomination - simply fill out a quick and easy form on the Commendations webpage (link).
Celebrating this month
Marwan Al-Munaer nominated by Gillian White for sharing his experiences to support peers early in the programme.
Fruzsina Bako nominated by Asangaedem Akpan for teaching above and beyond what is expected of a Year 5 student.
Shraddha Bose-Mandal nominated by Aaisha Kara for exceptional teaching and mentoring Year 3 students throughout the year.
Emma Chia Ker An nominated by Professor Kevin Southerr for completing a project which directly improved the care of children.
Krishna Chauhan nominated by Aaisha Kara for exceptional teaching and mentoring Year 3 students throughout the year.
Jessica Gracey nominated by Cecillia Jukka for engagement with clinical science research and being a great ambassador for the course.
Jaqueline Howard nominated by George Ampat for contribution to widening participation, research, engagement and leadership in supporting her peers.
Jessica LaCourse nominated by George Ampat for engagement in outreach, research and teaching.
Toby Slack nominated by Andrew Abbott for being engaged and helping during a pressured night on call.
Ella Taylor nominated by Professor Kevin Southerr for completing a project which directly improved the care of children.
Miranda Upstone nominated by Dr Victoria Shallcross for passion for clinical learning, engagement with clinical learning and portfolio.
Michael Williams nominated by Dr Lorraine Dinardo for dedication to clinical placement, proactive learning approach and displaying empathic patient care above and beyond what is expected of a Year 3 Student.
Brooklyn Wright nominated by Dr Grace Ting for kindness and compassion to patients and contribution to supporting families.
Emily Wyman nominated by George Ampat for engagement in research and teaching.
Congratulations to all of you! Looking forward to seeing plenty more commendation nominations in the new academic year.