Getting the bigger picture on health, offering, clinical exchanges take you to study in another country as part of your course; helping you get Global Health into your curriculum – BScs, SSMs and core projects abroad with International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations
debates, seminars, campaigns at your medical school
PATH's mission is to improve health, especially the health of women and children. An emphasis is placed on improving the quality of reproductive health services and on preventing and reducing the impact of widespread communicable diseases. PATH identifies, develops, and applies appropriate and innovative solutions to public health problems. This is accomplished by exchanging knowledge, skills, and technologies with governmental and nongovernmental partners in developing countries and with groups in need elsewhere.
SATELLIFE is a leader in developing solutions to the everyday information needs of health professionals working in communities where HIV/AIDS and malaria are common place, but medical journals and the Internet are an unaffordable luxury. Through innovative applications of information and communication technology, we break down barriers to information access.
Source is an international information support centre designed to strengthen the management, use and impact of information on health and disability. It is a collaborative venture of the Centre for International Child Health, Healthlink Worldwide, and Handicap International.
This course is designed to provide an overview on epidemiology and the Internet for medical and health related students around the world. The site contains lectures on many medical topics.
Set up by Lord and Lady Swinfen in 1998, with the aim of assisting poor, sick and disabled people in the developing world. Links to hospitals/clinics in the Developing World or War Torn Areas where the doctors need to access specialist medical advice to help them give the best possible treatment to their patients. The advice is given free of charge.
The main advocate for global action on the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It leads, strengthens and supports an expanded response aimed at preventing transmission of HIV, providing care and support, reducing the vulnerability of individuals and communities to HIV/AIDS, and alleviating the impact of the epidemic.
Responds to the need for professional training overseas, working with the leaders of healthcare training institutions in the Tropics to enable them to reach their goals. Seeks to establish links between such instititutions and their counterparts in the UK, developing capacity and skills so that progress and training can be sustained.
The UK Consortium on AIDS and international development (formerly the UK NGO AIDS Consortium) is a group of more than 60 UK based organisations who work together to understand and develop effective approaches to the problems created by the HIV epidemic in developing countries. It enables each agency to bring its own experience to be shared and used to help all the members improve their responses to the epidemic, through: