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FBMH Stories: Tariq Ramtoola

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Jul 13
As part of our #FBMHStories feature for Instagram, we chatted to Tariq Ramtoola, a final year Medical student. He discusses how he co-founded ReThink X during his time as a student, and how this year’s Manchester MedX conference, ‘The Future of Healthcare’, has grown to be the biggest yet.

Lifebox at Manchester MedX 2017

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Jul 13
In March, I had the opportunity to help run a workshop for Lifebox at the student run MedX Conference in Manchester. The theme of the conference was the ‘Future of Healthcare’, a topic which inspires not only medics. With over 300 delegates, the conference was

Manchester MedX: The Future of Healthcare Conference 2017

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Jul 13
With around 300 delegates bustling around CityLabs 1.0, the atmosphere at the 3rd annual Manchester MedX conference was an excited one. This may come as a surprise, as the majority of the people there were undergraduates, infamous for their inability to rise before 1pm on

Transformative potential of healthcare showcased at Citylabs 1.0

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Jul 13
Attended by more than 300 delegates, MedX showcases the technologies at the forefront of healthcare, and allows for meaningful collaboration between globally acclaimed experts and a thriving Manchester student community with an international reputation for innovation.This year’s event attracted internationally renowned experts, with the standout

Academics and clinicians address global healthcare issue of antibiotic resistance

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Jul 13
Organised by the University of Manchester’s Global Health Society and ReThinkX, more than 150 people will attend the ‘sold-out’ discussion and debate about an issue the United Nations has recently declared “the greatest and most urgent risk” to public health around the world.