A teen who was impressed to grow to be a health care provider after seeing her brother being born has obtained a five-year scholarship.
First-year bachelor of drugs and bachelor of surgical procedure scholar Zaynab Khan has been awarded the celebrated Livesey Scholarship from the University of Central Lancashire, which covers all her tuition charges during the five-year course.
She mentioned: “I used to be overjoyed and thrilled to be awarded the scholarship. I used to be excited in regards to the prospect of going to school and learning drugs nevertheless it was an enormous aid too as a result of it actually was the distinction between with the ability to comply with my dream of learning to grow to be a health care provider and never.
“The monetary implication of learning drugs is important by way of the extent of debt on the finish of a course like this.
“This was one thing that has all the time nervous me and I thank God for the scholarship which has taken away numerous these worries and issues, in order that I can actually deal with my research.”
She was nine-years-old when she went to hospital to see her mum give delivery to her brother and it was this second which planted the seed and made an enormous impression on a younger Zaynab.
The former Tauheedul Islam Girls High School and Sixth Form pupil mentioned: “I’ve all the time been serious about drugs and the well being of younger youngsters and infants particularly ever since my brother was born.
“I’ve seen him develop since day one and I noticed how there was an entire group of individuals – medical doctors, nurses, midwifes – checking on the child and mom. I’ve all the time been serious about how an entire group of individuals are concerned within the care of the child and mom all through an entire interval and that’s how I bought into drugs.”
Zaynab is the primary in her speedy and wider household to go to school for a profession in drugs and healthcare.
The Livesey Scholarship is obtainable to 1 MBBS scholar, who comes from a background that’s under-represented at UCLan, and who has efficiently accomplished the Pathways to Medicine Programme.