Everyone should have the right to healthcare, including migrants and refugees | Consented

From the start of their journey until their destination, accessing healthcare remains a challenge for asylum seekers and refugees. Read article here: Everyone should have the right to healthcare, including migrants and refugees | Consented

SICKLE CELL ANAEMIA: THE STORY OF ONE MISSHAPEN CELL | London Doctors Clinic

Read article here: SICKLE CELL ANAEMIA: THE STORY OF ONE MISSHAPEN CELL | London Doctors Clinic Content: What is sickle cell disorder? Who gets sickle cell disorders? Inheriting sickle cell disorders Sickle cell diagnosis Managing sickle cell disorders                        

Lessons from Ebola affected communities: being prepared for future health crises |APPG Reports | Royal African Society

March 2016 saw the Parliamentary launch of a report I co-edited for the Africa All Party Parliamentary Group. A summary of the launch and link to the report are below.   Speakers: Professor Aliko Ahmed, co-convener of the Better Health for Africa Group, Chair of Public Health Africa Initiative and a Director at Public Health England Kate Muhwezi, Sierra […]

Three Black Women Discuss Their First Time Experiences With Mental Health | Black Ballad

“I was 8 when I realised that the brain could go wrong. We were in the middle of class and the girl on the table next to me started shaking. The teacher told us to move the chairs and tables out the way. Her brain just gets too excited sometimes. Epilepsy.” Read article here: Three Black […]

Dream Nation: Be Well | This Space

Last year, I discovered that people with mental health problems can be successful. Specifically, I discovered that people with mental health problems can be successful professionals: capable, ambitious and influential. I owe this discovery to Kay Redfield Jamison. Read article here: Dream Nation: Be Well – This Space