Students talk with primary healthcare professionals

A free online event where school students meet and interact with medical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and primary healthcare staff. It’s a competition where students are the judges.

Students challenge the primary healthcare professionals over fast-paced online text-based live CHATs. They ASK them anything they want, and VOTE for their favourite to win a prize of £500 to spend on further engagement to encourage more young people into medicine.


The next event will run from 6th–17th November 2017 

I’m a Medic is based on the long running I’m a Scientist project, where school students put their questions to real scientists online. The only difference? I’m a Medic will not be having evictions. Take a look at the video to see how the events work.


Apply now to take part!

Register your interest in taking part in the next, and future, I’m a Medic events!
The next event is running 6 – 17 November 2017 (application deadline 25.9.17)


The I’m a Medic project is open to all secondary schools and colleges in the UK, with priority places for schools in the East Midlands. Take a look at this page for more information.


We’re looking for people covering all areas of General Practice to take part in the first events, including: General Practitioners, Trainee GPs, Medical students looking to become GPs, Practice nurses, Healthcare assistants, Practice Managers/Administrators, Pharmacists, and more. Take a look at this page for more information about what’s involved.