Medicine: Year Three Wellbeing Representative

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My name is Georgey and I’m running for your Year 3 Wellbeing Representative! I have a lot of experience with Imperial’s welfare system and I know how wellbeing issues can negatively impact both quality of life and exam performance and how difficult it can be to seek help for them. As your representative, I would work hard to gather your feedback and ensure that any wellbeing issues in year 3 are raised early and... read more
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Hey everyone! My name is Noah and I'd love to be your Wellbeing Representative this year! As someone who has required the college's welfare and support services in the past, I'm passionate about making sure that these are as good as they can possibly be, and are accessible to all who need them. One of the biggest problems with the current system is not with the availability of support, but the... read more
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Hello everyone! My name name is Nora, and I'd love for you to give me the opportunity to represent our read more
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Hey everyone! I am really keen to be your wellbeing representative this year for several reasons. Firstly, I sincerely value and understand the importance of the wellbeing of students - not only in the physical sense, but also mental wellbeing. Being a medical student brings with it many challenges, whether it's coping with the stressful workload or seeing a patient pass away. Health problems, financial... read more
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Hi everyone! I’m Lia and I am running to be your Wellbeing Representative. I want to create a warm and supportive environment within our medical school where reaching out for help will not lead to any hesitation or embarrassment, but is instead a comfortable and accessible process, providing you with any support you may need. A problem can lie with people taking the step to ask for help and knowing which... read more
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Hi I'm Helen and I'm standing to be your Year 3 Wellbeing Representative. I would ensure I am available as the first point of contact to listen to any issues you are struggling to cope with and advise who would be the best person to help. Starting clinical placement has been a new learning, physical and emotional challenge that has understandably increased the stresses on our bodies and minds. I am... read more