Virtual Health Careers Conference 2020 – 25th July 2020
The UK’s leading Conference for Aspiring and Current Health Professionals takes place on 25th July 2020 virtually, delivered from HealthCareersLive Virtual Studio in Manchester, UK. With over 1,500 people already signed up, this will be one of the largest global health career events ever held online – and it is completely free to attend!
The Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) is a Collaborating organisation for the Conference. ASME’s vision is to work collaboratively with educators, learners, researchers and policy makers to promote scholarship and excellence in medical education to meet the changing needs of the future healthcare workforce. #VHCC2020 promises to bring together and inspire the current and future workforce and we are delighted to support such an initiative. This event fuses exciting new technology and traditional communities of practice and we are looking forward to being part of the conversation.
There will be virtual keynotes, over 50 workshops, interactive exhibitions, mentoring and networking opportunities. Themes include Global health, Medical Education, Leadership, Digital Health and Innovation, Quality Improvement, Start-Ups, Social Media and much more. Health professions including, but not limited to, medicine, nursing, veterinary medicine and dentistry are explored in this conference. The pandemic has inspired many to consider a career in healthcare and the conference will provide a wealth of support to individuals looking to develop these interests
Supported by NHS England, Health Education England, General Medical Council, Innovation Agency, Royal Colleges, Universities and key organisations, the National Health Careers Conference Team are shining a spotlight on the contributions of NHS staff during the pandemic with over 50 hours of support available during the experience for aspiring and current healthcare professionals.
There is a focus on widening participation and recognising the contributions of healthcare professionals, students, schools and wider society during the pandemic and beyond through the launch of our virtual Star Awards on the day. VHCC 2020 is also passionate about showcasing research, there will be a call for abstracts digitally in a pop-up event following the conference.
An exciting new concept sees the launch of the VHCC Waiting room, allowing space for mentoring with current healthcare professionals and leaders. This will be followed by the VHCC Disco, providing networking opportunities and sharing reflections on careers in healthcare for aspiring and seasoned healthcare professionals alike. Seize this opportunity and join us virtually at www.healthcareers.live
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National Partners: NHS England, Health Education England and General Medical Council
Theme Partners: Innovation Agency (Innovation Partner), Lancaster University (Sports Science Partner) and Cardiff University (Medicine Partner)
Supporters: Medical Protection Society (MPS), Imperial College London, Exeter University, Southampton University, Lincoln University, Royal College of Radiologists, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Royal College of Paediatrics, Doctors.net.uk, BAPIO, ASME, NCW, Oxford University, Medical Schools Council, Leeds University, Nottingham University, Queen Mary University of London and King’s College London.
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