Adolescent Health and Confidence in Who We Are – Graham Lister – Chair of Board of Trustees

Posted by Adrienne Lee Mon, 13 Feb 2017 The WHO report "Health for the World’s Adolescents" published in 2014 highlights the fact that worldwide, for those between 10 and 19, depression is the predominant cause of illness and disability and suicide is one of the top three causes of deaths. For those countries where survey … Continue reading Adolescent Health and Confidence in Who We Are – Graham Lister – Chair of Board of Trustees

parasite infection and its issues. why an integrated approach is the way forward? by diego f najera

Posted by Liban Ahmed Sun, 12 Feb 2017   Parasite infection and its issues. Why an integrated approach is the way forward? (By Diego F. Najera) Parasitic distribution and infection is an issue of relevance to global and local health, veterinarians and agricultural economy. Parasites can cause death, overt clinical disease and sub-clinical disease in … Continue reading parasite infection and its issues. why an integrated approach is the way forward? by diego f najera

building a grass-roots, citizens’ movement for health

Posted by Benedict Warner Tue, 24 Apr 2012 Ben is a final year medical student at Dundee University, and was previously the national Secretary for Medsin in 2010/11. He battled long & hard with the old website, but much prefers this one now. By the time the Health and Social Care Bill passed into law, becoming … Continue reading building a grass-roots, citizens’ movement for health

moving forward from ghana

Posted by Hollie Kluczewski Mon, 23 Apr 2012 Hollie is intercalating in Reproductive and Sexual Health Research at LSHTM. Ex-national coordinator of Sexpression:UK, current transnational project coordinator of SHAPE, Policy and Advocacy assistant to SCORA. Contact her on hkluczewski@gmail.com As my role as joint transnational coordinator of Sexperience (An international collaboration of projects similar to … Continue reading moving forward from ghana

an emotional rollercoaster at euregme

Posted by Felicity Jones Sun, 22 Apr 2012 Felicity is a fourth year medical student at King’s College London. She is currently Joint National Coordinator of Medsin-UK, along with Dan Knights. Contact her on nationalcoordinator@medsin.org and follow her on twitter: @faejones. It’s the final day of our time in Prague, and looking back over the … Continue reading an emotional rollercoaster at euregme

when camaraderie is for show: virgin loves the london marathon, helps dismantle the nhs

Posted by Joy Clarke Sat, 21 Apr 2012 Policy and Advocacy Director for Medsin UK. Medical student at Barts and the London. Tweet @joyclarke1 Email policies@medsin.org This article was first published on openDemocracy.net, http://www.opendemocracy.net/ourkingdom/joy-clarke/when-camaraderie-is-for-show-virgin-loves-london-marathon-helps-dismantle-nhs When camaraderie is for show: Virgin loves the London Marathon, helps dismantle the NHS On Sunday morning London will be alive … Continue reading when camaraderie is for show: virgin loves the london marathon, helps dismantle the nhs