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Keele is supporting the regional and national effort to tackle the coronavirus outbreak by donating equipment and supplies to local NHS facilities. Additionally, over 200 Keele nursing, medical and health sciences students have gone above and beyond during the pandemic by joining the NHS to help at this critical time, as well as many of Keele’s clinical staff.

Two former doctors from Keele University’s School of Medicine have come out of retirement to contribute to the national Covid-19 vaccination roll-out.

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Doctors from Keele’s School of Medicine are playing their part in the Covid-19 vaccination roll-out by administering vaccines in their own local surgeries, including the vaccine made on Keele’s campus.

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A not-for-profit group of engineers led by Keele University’s Professor Peter Ogrodnik have appealed for support to help them tackle challenges facing the NHS posed by Covid-19.

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A Keele University Professor has co-authored a new training module to help GPs understand the long-term effects of Covid-19 on patients.

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Professor Clifford Stott has played a key role in contributing scientific research for the newly formed ‘Coronavirus: The Science Explained’ website, launched by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

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Three members of the Keele University community have volunteered to join a team of highly qualified experts driving the UK’s effort to increase coronavirus testing at the new Lighthouse Lab at Alderley Park.

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Engineers from across the world have united to help solve challenges arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Health Education England Chief Nurse has thanked Keele’s nursing students for choosing to work alongside NHS and social care practitioners in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Pharmacy academics from Keele University are putting their expertise into practice to make hand sanitiser to help protect key workers amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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As the situation with the coronavirus rapidly changes, Keele University has united with universities across the midlands to support the Government, NHS, frontline services and communities at this time of crisis.

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from Keele’s research and teaching laboratories has been made available to the frontline NHS workers who are responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

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