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.
Six day sessions on Saturdays, with experienced global health mission speakers at CMF HQ.
Assignments (five in total) and personal reflections after each session.
Three two-hour webinars on Wednesday evenings, looking at different mission-related topics.
Two days at the Developing Health Course (Summer 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.