Posts by Anahita Sharma

Interviews from the frontline: global mental health

Dr Ross White is Reader in Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool. He...

Interviews from the Frontline: Research

Interviews from the Frontline: Research

Harriet Gliddon is a postdoctoral research associate at the London Centre for Nanotechnology, and is affiliated with the i-sense EPSRC Interdisciplinary Research Centre. Her...

Calling students for the Global Health Ambassador Programme 2017/18!

Calling students for the Global Health Ambassador Programme 2017/18!

  Dear Students, Would you like insight into one of the most active student led societies on campus? Do you...

Raising awareness for antibiotic resistance at the Manchester Museum!

On Saturday 18th March, the MCR Global Health Society was proud to support the cause for antibiotic resistance at Manchester Museum’s...

Non-Communicable Disease – the 21st Century challenge? A closer look at the role of surgery in global health

Current Context In recent decades, the world has witnessed a shift in the epidemiological trend. The burden of disease has...

Understanding Abortion in Global Health: An Open Discussion

Understanding Abortion in Global Health – An Open Discussion

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Poetry Competition 2016 – Shortlisted Collection

Poetry Competition 2016 – Shortlisted Collection

The society is pleased to bring you the top 10 poems from our inaugural global health-themed poetry competition in the Spring...

Suicide in Young People – Policy and Prevention

Suicide is a significant cause of death worldwide, accounting for almost one million deaths every year1, and is a leading...

Nutrition: Be careful whose advice you listen to!

It happens time and time again. I speak to patients, family or friends, and as the conversation develops, misconceptions around...

Calling writers!

Calling writers!

We’re opening our blog to student writers. We recognise that students can often become experts on particular subjects throughout their studies....

Classroom antics, TCM, and relationships with authority: what teaching in China taught me about being a doctor

Classroom antics, TCM, and relationships with authority: what teaching in China taught me about being a doctor

Last summer, I had the opportunity of a lifetime to travel to Humen, China, to teach English. China’s long history and...

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6 important lessons to learn about antibiotic resistance – AMR Event 2016

On 17th November, in collaboration with the University of Manchester’s Division of Population Health, Health Services Research & Primary Care and ReThinkX,...

Reflections on modern humanitarianism: 9 key thoughts

Reflections on modern humanitarianism: 9 key thoughts

Every day, millions of people are assisted by humanitarian organisations. However, despite its benevolent aims, humanitarian work is not straightforward....

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Considering Resistance in World Antibiotic Awareness Week

In the lead-up to our event, ‘Antibiotic resistance: A Global Ticking Timebomb?‘, in collaboration with ReThinkX, we explore why the...

Manchester Global Health Society at the B!RTH Festival

The Manchester Global Health Society’s involvement in the Royal Exchange Theatre’s B!RTH Festival (October 19th – 22nd, 2016) began in...