Bristol ‘Transport Clinic’ highlights the links between public transport and health. The proposed treatment? Public control of buses.
Submissions for the 2024 Holdstock-Piachaud Student Essay Prize are open until 28th February, 2024.
As health workers, we are responding to the call from our colleagues in Palestine for us to stand with them in solidarity.
In recent days, Israel’s bombardment and blockade of essential services to Gaza has continued, dramatically worsening an already horrific humanitarian and health crisis in Palestine. The number of Palestinians killed […]
In response to the recent transphobic comments made and policies discussed at the Conservative Party Conference 2023, Medact expresses its solidarity with trans people in the UK and globally by […]
Over the last few days, we have witnessed horrific escalations of violence unfold in the occupied Palestinian territory of Gaza and the West Bank and Israel. Though the situation is […]
More than 100 medical journals including Lancet, BMJ and JAMA have collaborated on a joint statement, calling for urgent steps to decrease the growing danger of nuclear war and to move rapidly to the elimination of nuclear weapons.
60 trade unions and migrant organisations have come together to call out the government’s plan to fund part of the public sector pay offer through substantial hikes to visa and migrant healthcare costs
Our current research project is an urgently needed national study to explore the harm created by SIM —Serenity Integrated Mentoring —a controversial new “model of care” adopted by almost half of all mental health trusts in England.
Shell, TotalEnergies and other destructive corporations gathered in London must pay for their harm to communities across Africa and their contributions to the climate crisis.