Medical Students’ Response to: Willingness and Self-Perceived Competence of Final-Year Medical Students to Work as Part of the Healthcare Workforce During the COVID-19 Pandemic [Letter]
Ahmad Almohtadi, Golnoush Seyedzenouzi
St George’s University of London, London, Tooting SW17 0RE, UK
Correspondence: Ahmad Almohtadi
St George’s University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London, Tooting SW17 0RE, UK
We read with great interest the article published by AlSaif et al 1 investigating the relationship between the willingness of final-year medical students to participate in the response towards COVID-19, and their perceived clinical competence. The pandemic has resulted in significant staff shortages requiring the help of volunteers to compensate for professionals lost to the outbreak. 2 Therefore, this article comes at a critical time to allow for a better understanding of the influences that would impact final-year medical students’ willingness to contribute to the response.
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