I’m a Medic returns this November, to give your students the opportunity to meet and interact with healthcare professionals online. Through reading profiles, questioning, and taking part in live chats, school students will get to know people in healthcare roles and find out more about a range of careers in medicine.
Thanks to funding from Health Education East Midlands, and in partnership with The University of Nottingham, University of Leicester and Derby and Derbyshire LMC, schools can take part for free. We are running two zones, each with 6 healthcare professionals working in General Practice.
I’m a Medic, Get me out of here, will run for two weeks from Monday 6th – Friday 17th November.
Apply now to take part!
I’m a Medic is a free online event, with priority places for schools in the East Midlands.
Take a look at this page for more information.
Apply before Monday 25th September 2017.
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.
Apply before 10am, Monday 25th September.
More information or questions
For more information, or if you have questions about the project, get in touch with Michaela. Call 01225 326 892, or email firstname.lastname@example.org