How do I know if I am called to work internationally?
How do I choose where to go?
How can I best use my nursing or medicine?
How long should I go for?
Join CMF's 18-month Global Track where we will address these issues and more! For a brief introductory video, see below
Aimed at: medics, nurses and midwives . Priority given to students in the last three years of their course and graduates within two years of qualifications to fit alongside your regular studies/placements/work.
A 24-hour stay at All Nations Christian College (11-12 September 2020)
Five day sessions on Saturdays, with experienced global health mission speakers at CMF HQ (14 November 2020, 20 March, 9 October 2021, 15 January, 19 March 2022)
Assignments (five in total) and personal reflections after each session.
Four two-hour webinars on Wednesday evenings, looking at different mission-related topics. (13 Jan, 12 May, 16 June, 24 November 2021)
Two days at the Developing Health Course (July 2021) with a mission fair, lectures, practical skills and workshops focusing on different areas of healthcare in resource-poor settings.
We will link you with a mentor who has experience of overseas work - someone who can meet with you, answer your questions and support you on your Global Track journey.
Participation in one out of three short-term vision trips. We will consider your elective or other short-term mission trip if you cannot make the fixed date trips.
Cost: £400 covers everything listed except for your travel costs, any accommodation or further days at the Developing Health Course (two paid for), and your mission trip.
A letter can be offered from CMF to your church/family/friends helping you ask for personal prayer and financial support with costs.