It’s Day 1 of the IFMSA March Meeting in Egypt and it’s already been a whirlwind of a day. After an early morning dip in the Red Sea, I attended the Standing Committee on Medical Education (SCOME) sessions. It was interesting to see how different the medical education systems across countries are and how their … Continue reading Updates from MM18 – Adrienne Lee
The Divide by Jason Hickel ‘A world economic system that was designed over hundreds of years to enrich a small portion of humanity at the expense of the vast majority’ Jason Hickel in his phenomenal book, The Divide, takes the reader on a journey that will fundamentally change our understanding of the world and inspires … Continue reading The Divide: Book Review by Ben Eder – Trustee
What a week! After a few travel difficulties thanks to the “Beast from the East”, our wonderful delegation of 10 enthusiastic Students for Global Health-ers from across the network got to Egypt to represent the UK within the International Federation of Medical Students’ Association (IFMSA) at the 67th General Assembly (GA). Let’s pause for a … Continue reading Updates from MM18 – Lucy Singh
At Students for Global Health, we believe in a fair and just world in which equity in health is a reality for all. We believe that a fair, accessible and non-discriminatory health service is central to achieving this vision and that is why we have deep concerns about the changes to charging within the NHS … Continue reading Access to Healthcare – Anna Lewis
This blog was written by Students for Global Health member* Joanna Marsden on 22nd February in response to the UCU pension disputes. *But does not necessarily reflect the views of all members. Over the coming weeks the University College Union (UCU) has planned multiple strikes days, cancelling lectures and research. These strikes come at the … Continue reading Advocacy Perspectives – The UCU Strike by Joanna Marsden
Students for Global Health Trustee Stephen Matlin is Professor of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London
University of Leeds medical student, Lubiana Shabeer, is one of four UK students who participated in an exchange to Germany over the summer. In March 2018, we will welcome four German students to the UK in return, as part of the SCOPE exchange program. Read her exchange report to find out what she got up to!