Students, we want to hear from you too! Click here to go to your profile survey and tell us what you think for a chance to win a £20 voucher! To all the I’m a Medic participants, students and organisers, Thank you!! What an absolute honour to have been chosen as your winner. It was a brilliant event and even more so when I shockingly found out I had won! I think I can speak on behalf of all the professionals who engaged in this project by thanking you, the students, for such thought-provoking and interesting questions! You were really enthusiastic and engaged so well – I had a great time answering your questions. It was often busy but you were really patient (no pun intended!) especially those students who were waiting for me to come back from a crash call. I really enjoyed the whole 2 week process and am thrilled to be … Continue reading
The students have spoken. The votes have been double counted… Big congratulations to the General Practice Zone winner: Shehla Imtiaz-Umer A huge thank you to everyone who took part. You were all brilliant. Students, don’t forget to tell us what you think about careers in healthcare now you’ve taken part. Log in to your profile, and fill in the new questions at the top, to be in with a chance of winning a voucher.
The General Practice Zone is funded by Health Education East Midlands, in partnership with The University of Nottingham, University of Leicester and Derby and Derbyshire LMC. The Healthcare Professionals Simon Browes | Nurse Practitioner, University of Nottingham I’m a Clinical Director and Advanced Practitioner in charge of more than 60 nurses, paramedics and healthcare assistants Shehla Imtiaz-Umer | Trainee GP, Royal Derby Hospital I’m a junior doctor training to be a GP. I currently work in Paediatrics and see children as soon as they are born, in A&E and also the wards. I work with lots of different people who have expertise in many different areas Katharine Bradbury | GP, Hucknall Road Medical Centre, Nottingham I work as a GP in Nottingham seeing patients in my surgery and visiting them at home. My job is never boring: in the last week I saw a new born baby and an elderly person nearing the end of their life Jonathan … Continue reading
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.