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I’m a Medic, get me out of here

Throughout June, I’m a Medic, Get me out of here will connect healthcare workers with school students in Nottinghamshire.

What is I’m a Medic?

What’s a career in healthcare like? And who can do it?

Connect your students with primary care workers and show them the wide variety of roles that help make the NHS work.

What’s it all about?

How do I take part?

Students – Read profiles of people in different healthcare roles
– Chat with healthcare workers, in a 40 minute, text-based live chat session
– Ask them questions about anything and anything
– Vote for your favourite team to win £500
TeachersThe activity is free for all state-maintained schools and colleges in the East Midlands. Priority will be given to Nottinghamshire schools. The activity is pupil-led (students ask the questions they want to) so different age groups, ability levels, and backgrounds all get something out of it. Book live chats for the date and time in June that suits you. Students can log in at any point to read profiles and ask questions.
Find out more here or jump to Take Part
Healthcare WorkersThe aim is to show students the breadth of career opportunities in the NHS, and help them feel that some of those careers could be for them. Anyone working in primary care in Nottinghamshire is welcome to register. You could be working in general practice, dental surgeries, CCGs, medical and physiotherapist clinics or any other part of primary healthcare.
Find out more here or jump to Register Now

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