COVID-19 Weekly Update: 27th April – 3rd May 2020

4th May 2020

In this week’s COVID-19 update, lockdowns are slowly lifted across the world. Over 65s who work will also have better access to COVID-19 testing kits.

COVID-19 NHS Hot Topic – Ventilators

30th April 2020

Ventilators have been a huge talking point during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know about it for future medical school interviews.

COVID-19 Weekly Update: 20th – 26th April 2020

27th April 2020

In this week’s COVID-19 update, signs of a plateau are emerging, although daily death tolls are still high. Testing measures are being upped too.

Lockdown: Wider Reading for Aspiring Medics

21st April 2020

Discussing wider reading you’ve done in personal statements and interviews is a great sign of proactiveness. Here’s where to start if you are unsure.

COVID-19: A Lesson On Learning

What wider learning are you doing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic? If you’re not sure where to start with it, we’ve got some brilliant resources for you!

COVID-19 Weekly Update: 13th – 19th April 2020

20th April 2020

In this week’s COVID-19 news update, we look at the severe impact of the virus on care homes and social care - the severity having been overlooked.

10 Ways to Look After Your Mental Health in Isolation

16th April 2020

This pandemic is a time to check in on others that are more vulnerable. However, you should also take time to check on your mental wellbeing too.

COVID-19 NHS Hot Topic – PPE

In this COVID-19 NHS Hot Topic, we discuss the huge importance of PPE in fighting the pandemic and why PPE shortages could be detrimental for the NHS.

How to Use Your Time Effectively in Lockdown

14th April 2020

What are you doing in lockdown to prepare for the next steps in your medical school application? Here are 10 top productive tips to help you out!

COVID-19 Weekly Update: 6th -12th April 2020

13th April 2020

This week’s COVID-19 update discusses PPE reaching the frontline, some parts of the world returning to normal and UK statistics for the week.


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