Volunteer Emmanuel Onyango explains his path to getting into Cardiff medical school and the importance of perseverance.
Before lockdown we bought together an expert panel to discuss youth violence. Here you can watch the recorded panel.
Shauna Marks, Work Experience Media Assistant, on her two weeks with StreetDoctors.
Chantal Rees, StreetDoctors Expansion Officer, has produced a report on how smaller towns and cities are at higher risk of youth violence than previously thought.
Article on StreetDoctors in the ‘British Medical Journal’.
North East London Volunteers, Aoife and Rachel, discuss their StreetDoctors volunteering for ‘City’.
StreetDoctors were featured in the BBC Panorama episode ‘Knives in the Classroom’.
Young people have incredibly diverse and complex experiences. It is no more possible to respond to all their needs with a single programme or intervention, then it is to make a pair of shoes that can fit everyone.
An article on StreetDoctors was published in the ‘Evening Standard’. Read the article here.
Teaching, and more recently taking on leadership roles in StreetDoctors, means that I get to empower young people to keep themselves and others safe by teaching them lifesaving first aid.