Perspectives from Gulu

The Manchester Global Health Society and Gulu University Medical Students’ Association jointly invite students, academics and specialists from Gulu (and those visiting Gulu from Manchester) to write about their thoughts, experiences and work. We hope this will bring a new global perspective to our discussions as we hear from a country, culture and health system very different to the UK, whilst providing a platform for our colleagues in Gulu to reach a wider audience.

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...

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...

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...

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...