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1 September 2020

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St Hugh’s Alumnus and Fellow in Medicine shares Trinity Term reflection

As Michaelmas Terms fast approaches, we asked St Hugh’s Alumnus and Fellow in Medicine, Dr Damian Jenkins MBE (Physiological Sciences, 2000), to reflect on last term and how COVID-19 affected the College and its students.

During the interview Dr Jenkins talks about how College staff and students had to adapt to a different way of working in Trinity Term. He also recounts his experience of working on the frontline of a busy local hospital during the pandemic and how he was joined by many of the St Hugh’s medical students who he describes as “extremely capable doctors”.

To view the interview please click here.

 

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