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  • The Ambassadors Programme allows Junior Doctors around the country, our Ambassadors, to offer a free five-day work experience placement to a school student from a widening participation background.


    Our Ambassadors are qualified doctors who hold active provisional or full GMC registration, or other allied healthcare professionals.

    They are individuals who are committed to improving accessibility in the field of medicine.


    Ambassadors design a five-day work experience programme for one prospective medical student, to successfully organise and facilitate the work experience placement.

  • To improve accessibility to work experience placements that offer a direct observation of healthcare. These valuable placements are few and far between and are often very competitive.

    Work experience is an integral part of medical school applications, and often a hot topic in interviews. It offers school students the opportunity to develop new skills and helps them make informed choices about their future.


    • Give back to the medical community

    • Enhance your mentorship and teaching skills

    • To lead and design your own teaching program

    • To be involved in collaborative research

    • To have the opportunity to win national prizes

    • To present at our national conference

    • To enhance your portfolio


    To become an ambassador on our programme, you must meet all the following criteria:

    • Must be a qualified clinician

    • Holding provisional or full GMC registration

    • Must design and implement five-day work experience for a student from a widening participation background



This conference will be run by In2MedSchool, a national charity of free mentorship for underprivileged year 12 and 13 students, to support them to get into medical school. In2MedSchool our excited to announce In2MedSchool's “Inequalities in Medicine” International Summer conference.


Taking place on 2nd July 2022, the conference will be run virtually and will be free of charge to attend and present. Open to medical students and Health Care Professionals we will be providing a day of fascinating talks from excellent speakers covering many aspects of the broad but vital topic of the inequalities in medicine.

The conference will also include the opportunity for Medical Students and Junior Doctors to present their original research work that encompasses the theme of inequalities in medicine as both posters and oral presentations. We aim to highlight the fantastic work of In2MedSchool and other such initiatives that are tackling inequalities throughout healthcare. We look forward to you joining us for this unique and eye-opening conference.



The Research Collaborative initiative is an exciting new In2MedSchool venture. We hope to establish and facilitate strong research links across the In2MedSchool community. In2MedSchool Mentors, mostly medical students, will be connected with Ambassadors around the country with shared research interests.

To submit a research idea for review by our Research team, and to be matched with those with shared interests, please click the link below to fill in the form.


Research Collaborative

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This will allow us to better support aspiring medics aiming to study Medicine in the UK.

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