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Clinicians and COVID: Stories from the frontline

Over the Coronavirus pandemic, some of our clinical scientists have returned to work in hospitals. We spoke to them about working on the frontline and their reflections on being clinician scientists.
7 Sep 2020
United Kingdom
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