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Posted 30th July 2020
Q. Introduce yourself…
A. #Hellomynameis Daniel. I’m a student nurse and have a passion for both public health and birds! My role as a volunteer here at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is to help out both staff and patients in any way I can – from taking patients to their outpatient appointments to helping staff on the wards.Q. Why did you choose to volunteer at Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool?
Q. How do you think your role as a volunteer will contribute to improving patient care?
A. Being someone who is there to help patients and visitors whilst in hospital can have a huge impact on their experience.
Q. What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
A. Listen to understand, not to reply.Q. If you were stranded on a desert island, what three things would you have to have with you?
A. A compass, a raft and a book titled ‘how to escape a desert island’.Q. What would people be surprised to discover about you?
A. I know a lot of obscure facts about birds!
Did you enjoy meeting Daniel? Well, we have lots of other volunteers you can meet, like Becca, a student radiographer or Rudy, a postgraduate business student at the University of Liverpool.