2020. December 4., Friday
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University of Szeged
Faculty of Medicine
 
Foreign Students' Secretariat




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Announcements on seeking volunteers participating in fighting COVID

You can read all of our announcements below on voluntary work available to medical students in healthcare activities otherwise indispensable to fighting the coronavirus.

1st announcement (updated on October 30, 2020)


VOLUNTARY ACTIVITY IN MOBILE SPECIMEN COLLECTION


Dear Student,


Because the daily number of specimen collection from individuals exhibiting the symptoms of the COVID-19 virus has exceeded 8000, placing an enormous burden on the National Ambulance Service, we are asking for your help.


We are seeking 3rd year volunteers having a good command of the Hungarian language, holding a valid driver’s license and having at least two years of driving experience who would be willing to partake in specimen collection.


The training necessary for specimen collection is carried out by the regional divisions of the National Ambulance Service; the vehicles needed are provided by the National Police Headquarters. Participants will be informed by the National Emergency Service as to the routes to take and the order of addresses to be visited. Depending on the location of the addresses, accommodation and meals are provided free of charge by the Operational Corps Responsible for the Containment of the Coronavirus Epidemic.


Participation in specimen collection begins on October 29, 2020.


Working hours: 8 or 12 hour (daytime) service daily from Monday to Friday in a weekly rotation.


Tasks: Specimen collection independently with a self-driven vehicle in protective wear using a specimen collection kit; storing the specimen in a coolbox after collection, delivery of specimen to the center; disinfection of tools and equipment.


Your voluntary efforts will naturally be academically rewarded; your absences due to your voluntary work will be accepted.


Please send your application to molnar.lilla@med.u-szeged.hu by providing the following information:

- name:

- year:

- e-mail:

- cellphone number:

- emergency station:

- the date you can join to help:

- address:

- need for accommodation:

- need for daily commute:

- other remarks:


Thank you in advance for your help and contribution.


Prof. György Lázár M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine




2nd announcement (updated on October 30, 2020)


VOLUNTARY ACTIVITY IN DIRECT COVID PATIENT CARE


Dear Student,


The current wave of the coronavirus pandemic shows an upward tendency. The staff of the University of Szeged and the Albert Szent-Györgyi Clinical Center are giving their all to support the provision of healthcare overburdened by the coronavirus, so we are also asking for your help.


We are seeking 3rd year volunteers who have a good command of the Hungarian language and would be willing to partake directly in COVD-19 patient care.


Venue: Clinics of the Albert Szent-Györgyi Clincal Center


Tasks: Might involve a wide range of activities: administrative, assistant nursing, medic tasks.


Your voluntary efforts will naturally be academically rewarded; your absences due to your voluntary work will be accepted.


Please send your application to molnar.lilla@med.u-szeged.hu by providing the following information:

- name:

- year:

- e-mail:

- cellphone number:

- emergency station:

- the date you can join to help:

- address:

- need for accommodation:

- need for daily commute:

- other remarks:


Thank you in advance for your help and contribution.


Prof. György Lázár M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine




3rd announcement (updated on October 30, 2020)


VOLUNTARY ACTIVITY IN NATIONWIDE, LOCAL SPECIMEN COLLECTION


Dear Student,


Because the daily number of specimen collection from individuals exhibiting the symptoms of the COVID-19 virus has exceeded 8000, placing an enormous burden on the National Ambulance Service, we are asking for your help.


We are seeking 3rd year volunteers who have a good command of the Hungarian language and would be willing to partake in COVID testing at designated specimen collection points nationwide.


Training is provided by the National Ambulance Service; food and accommodation is provided by the Operational Corps Responsible for the Containment of the Coronavirus Epidemic.


Working hours: 8 or 12 hour (daytime) service daily from Monday to Friday in a weekly rotation.


Your voluntary efforts will naturally be academically rewarded; your absences due to your voluntary work will be accepted.


Please send your application to molnar.lilla@med.u-szeged.hu by providing the following information:

- name:

- year:

- e-mail:

- cellphone number:

- emergency station:

- the date you can join to help:

- address:

- need for accommodation:

- need for daily commute:

- other remarks:


Thank you in advance for your help and contribution.


Prof. György Lázár M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine