Associated Organisations and Individuals

Welcome to our associated organisations page.

Here we feature organisations with whom we have a mutual relationship.

We would like to show our thanks for the associated organisations for supporting the National Experience Network and would encourage you to explore their sites below.

Please note that we cannot be held accountable or responsible for the content of third party sites.

The Northern Ireland Healthcare Leadership Forum

The Northern Ireland Healthcare Leadership Forum is a student society based at the Queen's University of Belfast.

Our founding principle is to inspire health and social care students to take interest in the leadership of our National Health Service. We provide free-of-charge events to students and qualified healthcare practitioners to explore current topics and service delivery challenges that affect day to day running of the National Health Service in Northern Ireland.

We believe effective leadership and management skills are important to the future health and social care student. Now in the early stages of our careers, students have the opportunity to learn more about their future work environment by becoming a member of the forum.

Working with healthcare leaders from across Northern Ireland, we aim to provide you our audience with knowledge, tools and insights into issues affecting modern healthcare systems.

The Healthcare Innovation Team

The Health Innovation Team is a student society at both the Hull, York and Leeds Universities providing events and other leadership and management orientated activities to healthcare students and qualified healthcare practitioners, exploring the leadership and service delivery challenges affecting the National Health Service in England. 

The HIT aims to inspire all of those going into healthcare provision to take a role in leading service change and improvement, whether or not they wish to be employed in a formal management role in the future. 

The HIT works with healthcare leaders from across England in order to provide its audience with knowledge, tools and insights into the leadership and service delivery issues affecting modern healthcare systems.

The HIT also hosts a National Experience Network (NEN), lobbies for integration of health and social care management and leadership skills into modern health and social care curricula, a mentoring scheme so that current leaders can inspire the next generation and a programme of widening participation for local school children to become interested in pursing a career in health and social care. Events on health and social care issues are also held in order to inform, educate and entertain. 

The founding principle of the HIT is that healthcare professionals in all disciplines are well placed to make decisions about the systems through which healthcare is delivered. The HIT is therefore a multi-disciplinary society, intended to appeal to individuals from all healthcare disciplines; from nurses to doctors, physiotherapists to dentists and biomedical scientists to pharmacists.


Becoming A Doctor

Becoming A Doctor

We are a team of enthusiastic doctors, medical students and advisors helping students on their journey to medical school and beyond. Our belief is that anyone interested in exploring a career in Medicine should have the opportunity to do so.

The team organise a national widening participation conference, school talks, workshops and masterclasses to help prospective and current medical students. We are proud to have UK Medical Schools, the General Medical Council, British Medical Journal and Royal College of Surgeons support our national conference on Saturday 7 October 2017 in Manchester. The conference is free for students to attend.

We work across schools, charities and hospitals in England and beyond to deliver volunteer-led talks so please feel free to forward our contact details to anyone interested. In particular we would like to reach students from disadvantaged backgrounds and those that are underrepresented in Medicine. We work closely with organisations to widen participation into Medicine, and to meet the goals of the Medical Schools Council’s ‘Selecting for Excellence’ Report.

Our outreach programme is voluntary and all of our school talks are delivered at no cost to students. We are keen to engage as many students as possible and run a number of school workshops for UKCAT, BMAT, personal statements, work experience, interviews and more. 

Please feel free to get in touch.

Becoming A Doctor Team  




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