The information in this section directed at Medact members. The area of the website aims to ensure that members stay informed and if desired to participate in Medact activities.
Members Forum and Calendar
The member’s forum and calendar is only available to current Medact members and registration is required. To register and take part in discussions on particular aspects of Medacts work please follow this link.
Many of the documents available on this site are in PDF format.
To view them you will need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader if it is not already installed on your system.
Communiqué - Spring 2013Communiqué is the magazine for Medact members which is sent out 3 times a year. You can download the most recent issue below.24/04/2013
Medact's local groups - details and contactsMedact's local groups are key to Medact's activities; you might want to join one or think about establishing one if there isn't yet one near you. Local groups vary in size and do as much or as little as suits their members. They can support Medact's ongoing activities or suggest something new; and of course they can respond strategically to local issues. Click here for existing group contacts and some suggestions or call us if you would like to know more. 17/03/2012
Updates by emailThe Medact E-Bulletin is sent out monthly and contains details of upcoming actions and events.
There is also a members-only email group called Medactivist for those who want to share ideas with others and participate in the development of Medact campaigns.
Please contact the office if you want to join either of these lists. 15/02/2011
Become a MedactivistMedactivist is an email group for Medact members who want to keep up to date with the latest developments in Medact campaigns. 10/02/2010
Renew your membership onlineTo renew your membership click on the view website button.
If you would prefer to pay be standing order click on the download Document button and return the completed standing order form to the Medact office. 25/06/2009
Getting your letter publishedOne way of getting publicity is to write a letter to a regional or national newspaper. Generally, it’s much easier to get a letter published in a regional than in a national newspaper and the chances are that a big regional daily will have more readers than the Guardian! 28/03/2009
Press releases and media listsIf you’re organising an event you may want to send out a press release (often called a news release). Journalists get dozens of press releases every day, and they spend no more than a couple of seconds assessing whether to act on your press release – or throw it in the bin. Some advice .......20/03/2008
All Medact members can become campaigners !Here we suggest just a few of the many ways members might take an active part in Medacts work.
If what you are looking for is not here please do get in touch and lets discuss!06/01/2008