Recently we featured a number of different stories of GIS Alumni working in Healthcare and on the frontline of the current health emergency. As we move into different phases of the pandemic around the world, we continue to acknowledge the many sacrifices that healthcare professionals continue to make.
Dr Regina Oakes (1985) – Avista Adventist Hospital, Colorado
Dr Lawrence Law (1998) – MO at Region of Peel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dr Shawn Tan (2012) – Warwick Hospital, NHS, UK
Dr Shaneel Shah (2013) – NHS (A&E Dept), Cardiff, UK
Dr Ai Ru Lee (2012) – Tunbridge Wells Hospital, UK
Dr Yae Sul Hazel Jeong – Beaumont Hospital, USA
Dr Jo-Yve Wong (2012) – Belfast City Hospital, UK
Dr Maevis Tan (2007) – Royal Blackburn Hospital, UK
Dr Guobin Boo (2003) – Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Australia
Dr Gayathrie Velu (2015) – Mater Hospital Dublin, Ireland
We are very grateful for our GIS Alumni who have kindly kept in touch in order to share their experiences with us, despite their demanding roles and circumstances. Thanks to them we have heard what it’s like to work on the frontline of healthcare in multiple countries and settings, along with their kind advice on staying safe and healthy during this time.
This short post is a tribute to those individuals and to once again highlight the special work they are doing. If you didn’t get chance to catch our social media and blog posts the first time, do check out some of our top picks: Tips for staying healthy by Alumna and Nutritionist, Ashey Teoh; Celebrating World Nurses Day with Alumna Carin Silvia Wirth, as well as a special feature in Tatler magazine, highlighting Alumna Dr Joy-ve Wong working on the frontline in Belfast.
Keep up to date on our Facebook page for more inspiring stories and posts from our Alumni network. We would love to hear from you and share your stories. We welcome to get in touch via FB or simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone’s work is important and you don’t know who you will inspire by sharing your career journey or expertise. We look forward to highlighting your work soon.