Student blogs

Students across all disciplines blogging about their experiences of the global health field

Return to Gulu – Developing Relations

In July 2015, Jack Cooper returned to Gulu for the second time to deliver the Introduction to Clinical Learning (ICL) programme...

Gulu Trip 2015

Shirley Huang is a 4th Year Medical Student at the University of Manchester, which she joined after completing her undergraduate...

Are medical students learning enough about prescribing advice on physical health and nutrition? The campaign Move-Eat-Treat weighs in

Anahita Sharma is a 3rd-year medical student at the University of Manchester. She became interested in global health work after...

Pregnancy Twinning: Getting an idea of the ground

James Adams is a 3rd year medical student with a keen interest in public health, based at Wythenshawe hospital in...

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,...

Global Health is Everyone’s Responsibility

John Bagala is a recent graduate from the Faculty of Medicine, Gulu University who is passionate about Global Health. He is...

Gulu-Man Link Trip 2014

Jack Cooper is about to start his fourth year at Manchester Medical school after intercalating in pathology. He has been interested in the...

Medical students participating in UK International Emergency Trauma Register training

Andrew Steele is a final year medical student, having done his pre-clinical years at St Andrews before returning to his...

The International Health Policy and Prospects Summer School

Kiran Nadeem is a second year medical student at Manchester Medical School who travelled to Geneva in 2014 to take part in The...

Dafydd Stonehewer (4th place) – Why is Global Health important and how is it taught in medical school?

Dafydd Stonehewer (4th place) – Why is Global Health important and how is it taught in medical school?

Dafydd Stonehewer  Fourth place in the Manchester Global Health Competition 2014. Dafydd is a second year medical student at Manchester Medical School...

Neil Cockburn (5th place) – Why is Global Health important and how is it taught in medical school?

Neil Cockburn  Fifth place in the Manchester Global Health Competition 2014. Neil Cockburn is a third year medical student at...