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Let's celebrate our alumni community and beat Coronavirus COVID-19!

We recognise the critical role our alumni community, students and staff will play in the delivery of health and social care at this unprecedented time, be that through their jobs or in going the extra mile to support their local community by giving their time to support and care for those in need and vulnerable members of our society. We would like to share and celebrate these extraordinary contributions; tell us what you’re doing via the below online form so we can show the world how our graduates are playing their part in the effort to beat Coronavirus COVID-19:

 

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