Inspirational stories from across our community

Learn how people are using MedAll across the globe to make healthcare training more accessible.


Inspiring and uniting surgeons across a continent

The Surgery Interest Group of Africa (SIGAf) are making history. They're uniting surgeons and medical students across Africa, offering education, mentorship and research opportunities. Read more β†’


Increasing global reach with virtual events

Queen's GP Society is run by an enthusiastic group of undergraduate medical students, aiming to encourage General Practice as a diverse career pathway. We talk to society President about their incredible work and how they're making a global impact. Read more β†’


Simplifying event admin and reducing event costs

Learn With Nurses offers free, dynamic and innovative virtual training for the entire clinical team. It's run by an incredible team of Nurses, with years of expertise and a passion for learning. Read more β†’

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Growing your student society

Edinburgh Student Surgical Society is a student-led organisation aiming to empower students to confidently pursue a career in surgery. With the help of MedAll, ESSS have rapidly become the largest student surgical society in Scotland. Read more β†’


An innovative approach to honing surgical skills at home

Black Belt Academy of Surgical Skills was set up with the aim of teaching and training basic surgical skills, allowing trainees to hone their skills from the comfort of their own homes, across the globe. Read more β†’

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An interview with Miss Emily Baird

Miss Emily Baird is a consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery at the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People, Edinburgh. Emily has a keen interest in education, with a previous role as British Orthopaedic Training Association president, and a passion for diversity and inclusion. Read more β†’


Making teaching and training more accessible

An interview with Ignatius Liew and Kate Spacey about the incredible organisations they’re a part of, covering everything from diversity to accessibility and what the future holds for the Orthopaedic community. Read more β†’

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