The Global Health Society

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...

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...

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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...

Award: ‘Most Inspirational Public Health Teacher’

Winner of the inaugural “Most Inspirational Public Health Teacher” Award 2016 – Dr Arpana Verma   Dr Arpana Verma has a long...

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...

Ebola: How Emergency Relief Can Harm Public Health

The now subsiding Ebola outbreak was first recognised in December 2013 in southern Guinea from where it spread to eight...

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...

Universal Healthcare Coverage Day – 12th December

Every year, 12th December commemorates Universal Healthcare Coverage Day. It is the anniversary of the first unanimous United Nations resolution...

Global Health and Philosophy

The Problem of Global Health To many, the problem of global health is fairly obvious – millions of human beings...

Giving Tuesday – Homelessness

Gulu Trip 2015

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

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...

Health Systems Thinking

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