National Competition

The winners of our 2014/2015 National Global Health competition answering the question ‘Why is global health important and how should it be taught in Medical school’. The competition was judged by Prof Tony Redmond, Prof Mukesh Kapila (CBE) and Dr Arpana Verma and each award presented by Dr Gillian Leung (Deputy CEO of NICE) at the International Festival of Public Health.

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...

George Gillett: Why is Global Health important and how should it be taught in medical school?

George Gillett is a third year medical student at the University of Oxford, and has spent the past year studying...

Nathan Cantley: Why is Global Health important and how is it taught in medical school?

Nathan Cantley has just successfully completed fourth year of medicine at Queen’s University, Belfast also completing an intercalated Masters degree...

Neil Cockburn: Why is Global Health important and how should it be taught in medical school?

Neil Cockburn is a third year medical student at Manchester Medical School with an intercalated BSc in Global Health. He...

Caitlin Sheehy: Why is Global Health important and how should it be taught in medical school?

Caitlin Sheehy has just finished her second year of medicine at Manchester and since the competition has joined the committee...

Elizabeth Harper: Why is Global Health important and how should it be taught in medical school?

 Elizabeth Harper is a third year medical student studying at Cardiff University. She has completed two years of pre-clinical medicine,...