Medic to Medic is so proud of our trustees, who do an excellent job managing all of the charity’s activities with skill and care. In honour of Trustee Week, for this week’s blog we will introduce you to M2M trustees Cathy, Richard and Nick. They have much insight to offer into the trustee role, what… Continue reading

An Overlooked but Remarkably Crucial Study Tool: The Humble Laptop

Earlier this year we received a £3000 grant from the Souter Charitable Trust to supply 10 laptops to our student community in Malawi. In September, we purchased these new laptops in Blantyre, which have now been distributed to our existing student community at the College of Medicine.  Laptops are an overlooked but remarkably crucial study… Continue reading An Overlooked but Remarkably Crucial Study Tool: The Humble Laptop

Uganda Spotlight: The Pearl of Africa

Medic to Medic supports students in Malawi, Uganda, and Zambia. This week we want to shine a spotlight on Uganda to show a glimpse into what its like navigating healthcare and studying medicine there. Uganda Uganda is known as the "Pearl of Africa" due to its magnificent landscape and wildlife. It holds much of Lake… Continue reading Uganda Spotlight: The Pearl of Africa

Building Malawi’s Mental Health Services, One Trainee at a Time

Mental health services have made headlines in the UK due to lack of resources. The King’s Fund states that while mental health accounts for 23 percent of the total burden of disease in the UK, only 11 percent of total NHS funding goes to mental health services. 3 out of 4 people with mental health… Continue reading Building Malawi’s Mental Health Services, One Trainee at a Time

Fighting Lifestyle Diseases: Meet Medic to Medic Student Winter Sozinyo

As you can see, my education hasn’t been straight forward. It is one step at a time until I reach my goal and no doubt, I will reach it. When I look back where I have come from, the struggles encountered in my education strides, I don’t doubt that God is with me and that… Continue reading Fighting Lifestyle Diseases: Meet Medic to Medic Student Winter Sozinyo