Welfare & Inclusivity Officer

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ALEX RANSOME - WELFARE & INCLUSIVITY OFFICER

As Welfare & Inclusivity Officer, Cal receives confidential feedback from members. Cal also liaises with societies in the organisation of their events and maintains an online calendar of MedSoc events.

Q&A

 

What is your favourite thing about BSMS?

How friendly everyone is. It does feel like a big family (cheesy I know!).

What is your best memory of BSMS?

I welled up the first time I saw the BSMS revue. Everyone was so talented and so much work had gone into it, it made me really proud to be part of such a great community.

What is your biggest achievement?

Getting into BSMS. I had previously studied medicine elsewhere and had to drop out. I didn't think any med school would even look at my application after that!

 

What would be your dream job if you weren't doing medicine?

Dog walker & pet sitter-- I will happily look through hunreds of your family pet photos!

What's your idea of the perfect night out in Brighton?

I'm not one for big nights out so a meal out with friends and a movie would keep me happy.

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