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Our alumna Dr Sylvie Pool (cohort 2019-2020) reflects on the MSc IHTM course at Oxford and on the lockdown in the UK.

Dr Sylvie Pool

"I have learnt an enormous amount during the past 10 months especially with respect to understanding the wider set of factors and systems that shape conditions of our daily lives, and how these act together to impact on the health of individuals and communities."

Link to the full article: COVID 19: Interview with Dr Sylvie Pool

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