Global Health Education Operational Team

The GHE operational team maintain a cohesive picture of GHE across the network and allowing for coordinated education efforts. They are coordinated by the Global Health Education Director and are a mixture of students from across the country. Fancy getting involved or want to get in contact with us? Drop us an email at ghe@medsin.org … look forward to hearing from you.

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Global Health Education Director and Medical Student, Intercalating in International Health BSc at Leeds
Through my role on National Committee I oversee the operational team and the GHE related initiatives within the network. We work together to support branches in GHE delivery, advocacy and volunteering.

Iain Doig

Medical Student at Aberdeen
I am currently the education coordinator in Aberdeen branch, where I am trying to develop education opportunities in a number of areas. I run Medsin Monday talks, lunchtime student lead talks about topical global health issues and their relevance to students.

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 Screen Shot 2017-02-23 at 9.58.46 AM.png Karthick Selvakumar

Doctor and Medsin Trustee

Areej Abdel-Fattah

4th Year Medical Student at Aberdeen
The development of global health curriculae because I believe it is crucial to educate the next generation of doctors about this subject so that we may all be equipped with the necessary knowledge to improve healthcare around the globe.

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 Screen Shot 2017-02-23 at 9.59.33 AM.png Natalie Murray

4th Year Medical Student at Bristol
I’m particularly interested in equal access to education and have worked with the widening participation (WP) office at the University of Bristol for 4 years now. I studied for a BSc in Global Health and am passionate about ensuring global health is taught in an engaging and empowering way in medical school.

Eleanor Parkhill

3rd Year Medical Student at Leeds
I want to get individuals thinking about global health from a younger age, so that whatever career they develop into, they can think critically about how they can change minds and policies to play their role in advancing global health.

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 Screen Shot 2017-02-23 at 9.59.43 AM.png Damaris Adebambo

3rd Year Medical Student at Leeds and Co-President of the Global Climate Change UK
I believe change can only come with knowledge. I hope that by educating people about global health issues, they can be empowered to make informed decisions, that have a positive impact on the world.

Jessica Smith

3rd Year Medical Student at Leeds
I think that it is really important for children to learn from a young age about the bigger issues in society, and to have an awareness of their global, national, and local impact.

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