global health

Interviews from the frontline: global mental health

Dr Ross White is Reader in Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool. He...

Interviews from the Frontline: Research

Interviews from the Frontline: Research

Harriet Gliddon is a postdoctoral research associate at the London Centre for Nanotechnology, and is affiliated with the i-sense EPSRC Interdisciplinary Research Centre. Her...

Non-Communicable Disease – the 21st Century challenge? A closer look at the role of surgery in global health

Current Context In recent decades, the world has witnessed a shift in the epidemiological trend. The burden of disease has...

Pills in world map shape

6 important lessons to learn about antibiotic resistance – AMR Event 2016

On 17th November, in collaboration with the University of Manchester’s Division of Population Health, Health Services Research & Primary Care and ReThinkX,...

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...

World Refugee Day Infographic - MCR Global Health Society

WORLD REFUGEE DAY – 20th June

“We are witnessing a paradigm change, an unchecked slide into an era in which the scale of global forced displacement...

Hope for our Health Lies in Local Initiatives

Our first blog of 2016, much like the first blog published on this website highlights a notion of locality and discusses that...

World Stroke Day

World Stroke Day falls on the 29th of October annually. Stroke happens when part of the blood supply to your...

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...

Apply to become a Manchester Global Health Ambassador!

The Manchester Global Health Society are excited to launch the Manchester Global Health Ambassadors scheme, where you can apply to...

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...

Educating the Next Generation of global doctors

Every fortnight we will publish a blog post by an expert in the field of global health. Professor Tony Freemont,...

Patrick Anyadi (Winner) – Why is Global Health important and how is it taught in medical school?

Patrick Anyadi  Winner of the Manchester Global Health Competition 2014. Patrick is a second year medical student at Manchester Medical School...