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Join the Committee 2016/17

MCR Global Health Committee Applications  – 2016/17   Having a healthy work-life balance is essential for any student, and having...

Awards Given At the International Festival of Public Health 2016

Public health is crucial to securing a healthy future for all. Our ambition from day one has always been to...

Health 2020: Health and Wellbeing Indicators

The International Festival of Public Health will be occurring next week on the 1st July 2016, hosted by the Manchester Urban...

Migration of Health Workers: A major contributor to global health disparity?

The Brain Drain In a globalised world, where the movement of people is made ever easier – migration of health...

How Can You Support People Living With Dementia?

Dementia is a disease which affects so many people in this country. You may have a family member with dementia...

Homeless Healthcare Society: A New Initiative

If you break it down, healthcare students have three key desires: To help those in need To overcome challenges To be...

Dr Dan Magnus, Co-founder of Child.org reflects on the charity’s birth, its success and its future.

Dr Daniel Magnus is a Fellow in Paediatric Emergency Medicine at the SickKids hospital in Toronto. He has a special...

World Aids Day

Gaining a global perspective on health; skyping Gulu University Medical students

Reflection on a skype meeting between medical students from the University of Manchester and Gulu University, Uganda, to share ideas...

European Antibiotic Awareness Day

Dr Diane Ashiru-Oredope is the Pharmacist Lead for the Public Health England’s Antimicrobial Resistance Programme and chair of the UK-Antibiotic...

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...

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...

Adventures in Global Health: Dementia Friends

Dementia is a disease which affects so many people in this country. You may be directly affected by dementia, you...

Health Systems Thinking

Dr Katie Reed worked in Sub Saharan Africa for 9 years mainly involved in malaria control. She was the programme...

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...