We’re about to launch our new site design. We’re going to make it live for the June event, and you will get to see it in situ. So next time you log in things might look a bit different. For the past few months we have been working in the background to develop a new look for our site to make it a bit more modern, a lot better on mobile devices and and much easier for us to update. We’re still testing before going live on a site with an event so if you spot anything that looks rubbish or even worse doesn’t work, please email and let us know there’s a problem. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a URL, screenshot and what you think isn’t right. It would be much appreciated.
Thanks to funding from Health Education East Midlands, and in partnership with The University of Nottingham, University of Leicester, and Derby and Derbyshire LMC, we are launching I’m a Medic, Get me out of here! Based on the long running I’m a Scientist project, I’m a Medic will give school students the opportunity to meet and interact with healthcare professionals online. Through reading profiles, questioning, and taking part in live chats, school students will see that healthcare professionals are normal people while being introduced to the range of careers in medicine and General Practice. The first event will run 12th–23rd June 2017, with a General Practice Zone. Followed by two more zones in November 2017. Apply now to take part Teachers TEACHERS APPLY 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 … Continue reading