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Tributes paid to Birmingham City University nursing student

Colleagues have paid tribute to 'well-liked and committed' student Sally Cooper following her death.
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Tributes have been paid following the death of a 'well-liked and committed' nursing student.

Sally Cooper, who was a nursing student at Birmingham City University and a bank auxiliary nurse at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, died last weekend.

Birmingham City University associate head of the school of nursing and midwifery Michael Adams said: ‘Sally was a well-liked and committed nursing student. I have been inundated with messages from staff upset by this news, all saying what a kind and caring person Sally was.

‘We extend our deepest condolences to Sally’s family and friends. Our thoughts are with them at this time.’

Tributes have been paid following the death of a 'well-liked and committed' nursing student.

Sally Cooper, who was a nursing student at Birmingham City University and a bank auxiliary nurse at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, died last weekend.

Birmingham City University associate head of the school of nursing and midwifery Michael Adams said: ‘Sally was a well-liked and committed nursing student. I have been inundated with messages from staff upset by this news, all saying what a kind and caring person Sally was.

‘We extend our deepest condolences to Sally’s family and friends. Our thoughts are with them at this time.’

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