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Amy Dickinson who recently completed her MSc in Translational Health Sciences shares her experiences of the programme as a chronic illness sufferer and her recommendations for students taking the master’s from the patient perspective.

Amy Dickinson a young woman who has recently completed her MSc in Translational Health Sciences is pictured here. She has short curly brown hair, blue eyes, glasses and is wearing a small pendant necklace and a denim jacket with part of a red chair behind her. It is a head and shoulders only photo.
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