Category: Inspiring Women In Medicine

Why Join Inspiring Women In Medicine

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN JOINING INSPIRING WOMEN IN MEDICINE (IWIM)? Inspiring Women In Medicine (IWIM) helps to: Connect women working in medicine from across the UK Educate women through mentoring, 121’s and workshops Support women in medicine through a range of services We have a range of memberships for all levels of Inspiring Women In Medicine. ABOUT INSPIRING WOMEN IN MEDICINE Inspiring Women In Medicine (IWIM) is a community of women working in the medical world who are here to help to inspire, connect, support and coach other women.  IWIM meet regularly and help share experiences, network with other women in medicine...

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Starting your own private clinic

Taking the jump into the private sector as an independent clinician can be daunting. In this blog I will discuss some of the issues I faced as a woman establishing a clinic in London. Since 2014, I have been head of a successful physiotherapy company.  This has expanded into two permanent clinics as well as providing home visits to a variety of patients. Setting up this company was a huge leap, as I was previously working in the comfort of the NHS and a private hospital, with senior staff above who would manage the responsibilities of the organisation. Now...

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Inspiring Women In Medicine news

A message from IWIM founder – Dr Stephanie Barrett “I would like to say thank you to all our members for being part of this exciting adventure and supporting Inspiring Women In Medicine”. We are currently working on plans for our upcoming events and would love your ideas and suggestions in the following areas: • Guest speakers • Special offers for IWIM members • Competition prizes • Articles and promotional features for our blog and social media • Event venues • Sponsors Please contact us with your ideas and...

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What is Inspiring Women in Medicine?

Inspiring Women in Medicine (IWIM) is a community of like-minded, experienced and passionate medical women who come together to both share ideas and enjoy the social aspects of getting together with similar professionals. It was set up by London-based Consultant Physician and Rheumatologist Dr Stephanie Barrett to bring together women in the medical professional from around the UK. Dr Barrett noticed how many hard-working professional women medicine, both in private practice and the NHS, were missing the opportunity to enjoy the social side of connecting with like-minded colleagues on a larger-scale basis than simply those known through work or...

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