Medical students

Transforming Children’s Lives: in Zambia

Posted on 28 June 2017 by Chris Juniper

Blog Post Author: Professor Judith Hall Making a difference, its said such a lot. Our own lives are short and we have limited opportunities to do that ‘making a difference’ thing. We have our own struggles for our own families, but truly in Western Europe, we are better off than most any other place in the world. To
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Highlights of 2014 in pictures

Posted on 31 December 2014 by Chris Juniper

It’s been a year full of challenges with some great results.   Our teams have been something special, so thank you.  Were you there? Did you get caught on camera? 2014 has been a lot of fun.   An essay from my i-phone.   Judith Hall JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY   AUGUST   SEPTEMBER
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Opportunities for Cardiff University Medical Students

Posted on 17 November 2014 by Chris Juniper

The Phoenix Project is a University to University collaboration between Cardiff University and University of Namibia (UNAM).  UNAM has a brand new Medical School with its first graduates in Spring 2016.  As a Cardiff University Medical Student you could: Become friends with a Namibian medical student:  work together, support each other, understand what Medicine is
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Opportunities for Anaesthetists and Intensivists

Posted on 5 November 2014 by Chris Juniper

The Academic Department of Anaesthetics, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine has opportunities which I would like to draw your attention to.  If you are interested, please get in touch. 1.  The Phoenix Project: is running 3 intensive courses in Anaesthesia in Namibia in 2015, with the first starting on 2nd February 2015.  This is an opportunity to
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International Health and Leadership for Medical Students

Posted on 24 March 2014 by Jeff Clark

The Module in International Health, part of the MSc Intercalated Degree in Public Health has been running for the first time this academic year.  Student feedback has been excellent and course leaders Tei Sheraton, Alison Fiander and Ann Allen are to be congratulated.  I am certain the students have learnt a lot in working with people of
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