The coronavirus pandemic has placed enormous new challenges on students and teachers in medical and nursing schools. How can we make placements and exams safe? Indeed, can we have placements and exams? And how can we support students’ mental health and wellbeing?
Three of Oxford Health’s governors will be discussing this in the Virtual Health Matters Student experience and wellbeing in the pandemic on Thursday, 15 October, at 4pm. Our speakers will be:
- Dr Mary Malone, Director, Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery, Oxford Brookes University and appointed Trust governor
- Hannah-Louise Toomey, trainee occupational therapist (MSc) at Oxford Brookes University and trust governor for Oxfordshire
- Dr Hasanen Al-Taiar, consultant forensic psychiatrist and trust governor for Specialised Services.
The event will be chaired by Kerry Rogers, Director of Corporate Affairs.
The event will be run as a meeting on Microsoft Teams and you’ll able to join on this meeting link.
The easiest way to join is on your computer. If you are joining on a mobile or tablet, you may need to download the Teams app. You do not need to create an account as this meeting is set up for the public. Just press ‘Join meeting’ once the app is downloaded.
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