Bryant is a final year medical student at Hull York Medical School; applying for the UK Foundation Programme in October. He is keen to join the team, as he hopes to form a career in healthcare education and believes that this is an excellent opportunity to build experience.
In his spare time, Bryant participates as a national trainer for Students for Kids International Projects, as well as being a GMC Associate. This has enabled him to develop an array of skills which he hopes can be shared with our members through the production of exciting content!
Hanya is a 3rd year MBBS student, and active member of many student organisations. She is part of the HYMS Music Society, and is the current HYMS NANSIG representative. Hanya is keen to participate in more interviews with Everyone in Health, to expand our reach as an organisation.
Anastasia is a final year translation student at the Ionian University, Corfu. She is passionate about learning foreign languages and being able to communicate with people from all over the world. That being said, she is really keen to expand her knowledge regarding the English NHS and support it with any way that she can.
Anastasia believes that by participating in Everyone in Health she will be able to promote its goals and purpose, while developing her personal skills concerning creating content.
She is also a volunteer translator for the Greek site Citycampus, translating Greek texts into English. She believes that voluntary work is an important element of character-building and is ready to collaborate with Everyone in Health in order to deliver the desired results.
Patient outcomes and delivering quality care particularly resonates with Phoebe, as she underwent a renal transplant whilst at medical school 2 years ago. From volunteering on a public health panel in her home city of Birmingham, to being a peer mentor for young people with renal disease, Phoebe is a strong believer in improving quality care from a wider community context all the way to an individual basis.
Phoebe is currently an intercalating medical student.