Last week, we launched another incredible aspect of our network and unveiled our weekly live stream on Facebook! Each week we will be focusing on different interesting and informative topics, and this week it was time to talk about wellbeing! The talk involved three incredible and inspiring women from the healthcare sector, Angie Khupe, Florence … Continue reading WiH UK Weekly Live: Wellbeing
Women In Healthcare UK Newsletter: January 2018 by Molah Media The 4 Ps to a Happy 2018 Picture source – http://www.ebay.co.uk Welcome to the first newsletter of 2018! You’ve probably taken down the decorations already, but we must ask: did you all have a warm and fun-filled festive season? Did you take time out to … Continue reading January 2018 Newsletter
2018 marks the 70th Birthday of one of Britain's greatest medical innovations, the NHS. After a frankly difficult decade since it's 60th Birthday in 2008, the NHS has helped us through the financial crisis, recent terror attacks, the Grenfell Tower tragedy and widespread bouts of illnesses such as the Swine Flu. The 1.7 million people currently … Continue reading 2018: The Year the NHS turns 70.
We are living in a very different world to the one we lived in 10 years ago, and that's mainly as a direct result of technology. The emergence of a plethora of social media outlets that allow anyone with a smart phone or tablet to engage with the lives of those living thousands of miles away … Continue reading Kids and YouTube Culture.
2018 is fast approaching, and we have a feeling that 2018 is going to be the year of Women in Healthcare! As we enter the New Year, we look forward to brand new experiences and adventures; it brings a lot of new possibilities with every new day, and we want to help YOU make the … Continue reading Let WiH UK make your 2018 AMAZING.
Social media has become a day-to-day part of our lives. In the mornings, we scroll through Facebook, in the evenings we find ourselves scrawling through Twitter and Instagram to see what people have been doing with their days. Although social media gives people access to loved ones all over the world and allows us to … Continue reading The Dark Side of Social Media: Eating Disorders and Body Shaming.
THE EDUCATING AFRICA INITIATIVE Women in Healthcare UK are proud to announce that in 2018, we will be launching the 'Educating Africa Initiative'. The Educating Africa Initiative will involve collecting second hand books from around the UK and setting up a library in one of the most remote parts of Africa. We aim to collect … Continue reading Women in Healthcare UK presents…