It is with great sadness that the University reports the death of Stewart Goodwin, a student in his third year of the graduate entry Joint Degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. Our thoughts are with Stewart’s friends, fiancé and family at this time.
Staff at Warwick Medical School and the local Hospital Trusts who knew Stewart are deeply saddened at his sudden and untimely death. Dr Paul Matthews, Clinical Years coordinator said “Without doubt, Stewart would not only have been an excellent doctor but, with his track record, developed into a leader in whichever clinical field he chose”.
The Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift said: "This tragic news brings much sadness to the whole University community. Our thoughts and condolences are very much with Stewart’s family and friends at they begin to come to terms with their terrible loss."
University staff and support professionals are working to support those students who were close to Stewart. If you would like to speak to someone at this time, there are a number of support services available. The Student Support Services website gives more details, at: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/campusaffairs/student-support-services/
A book of condolence is now available in the Chaplaincy. If anyone is not able to go along to the Chaplaincy, but would like to contribute to the book of condolence, messages can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be included.