So you are a qualified GP. What next?

This event has been put together by BWIH [ Black Women In Health] to help newly qualified GPs and GP trainees attaining CCT in August prepare to launch into their GP careers well equipped.


Building wealth starts with proper planning at every stage of your life. Join us to learn from experts on how to build and protect wealth.


  • Financial Freedom
  • Building Wealth
  • Investment Types
  • Children’s accounts
  • Financial Planning
  • Pensions / Wills / Insurance
  • Financial Security


Join the BWIH virtual charity event on the 20th of June. Please make your donations at,/fundraising/bwih-black-women-in-health

Achieving Professional Excellence

This highly interactive 3 hour virtual programme is designed to help participants review and develop the inter-related skills so that they can enhance not only their own effectiveness but also that of their immediate colleagues and teams.


  • Reflective Practice
  • Appraisals & Re-validation
  • Career Progression
  • Effective Communication
  • Time & Stress Management
  • Conflict Management
  • Assertiveness
  • Negotiations



We run a number of events for those involved with our organisation; from networking events, to conferences, round table discussions and small group teaching sessions. Our events cater to black women in medicine and health, medical students and aspiring as well as equality and diversity enthusiasts.

We also engage with other organisations to further our aims and establish a greater reach. Be the first to hear about our upcoming events!


Join like minded black women in medicine at our specially tailored events all year round. Explore out online and offline events, that can enrich your life and help advance your professional development.


BWIH Leadership Conference

Join us at the Edgbaston park hotel and conference centre in Birmingham on the 7th of March 2020 for our first BWIH Leadership conference. This event aims to educate and empower black female healthcare professionals on becoming authentic leaders and making positive impact.

THEME : Turning Challenges into Opportunities.

We have a line-up of amazing speakers. Come along to hear stories of women who have pioneered and paved the way, making history in the UK and continue to show others that race and gender are not a limitation to what we can achieve.

BWIH Presents: Inter-professional Summer Social 2019

We are delighted to invite you to our inter-professional networking event on Saturday 21, September 2019, from 2pm onwards.

  • Tickets are free, but numbers are limited!
  • Join us for what is sure to be another hugely successful event where you can mingle with friends old and new over canapes.
  • Come along to hear stories of women who have pioneered and paved the way, making history in the UK and continue to show others that race, and gender are not a limitation to what we can achieve.
  • What brings us together? A shared sense that when women find the courage to step up to the level they feel called to, the whole world benefits
  • The array of people attending will provide excellent opportunities to expand your professional network.

BWIH end of year banquet

Bringing a sprinkle of magic this festive season. Join us for an enchanting Christmas themed  Ball. BWIH very first Christmas ball.

Date: 30th November 2019 

Venue : Glamorous Restaurant, Manchester 

Time: 2pm onwards 

Tickets includes:

 A festive three course dinner
Secret Santa

Amazing speakers

our services


 We aim to keep up to date with our relevant CPD events. As an organisation we do this is a variety of ways, including seminars, workshops, webinars,  tutorial sessions and other CPD events.Don’t miss our next workshop 


BWIH aims to hosts and arrange meetings and conferences all around the UK to provide a forum for shared learning, networking with ourselves, connection and building bridges with other like minded individuals and organisations.

inspire the future

We love to inspire the future generation. We aim to  do this by speaking to secondary and primary school students. Representation matters and when they see someone like them doing well, it will encourage them. 

Want to partner with us? or just want to be involved ? Contact us

health awareness

 We aim to champion health awareness days for the black community. To promote healthy living, disease prevention, answer questions and encourage routine screening tests to improve the health of the community


BWIH  aims to encourage and support Junior doctors and  Medical Students through their training. As an organisation we do this is a variety of ways, including providing opportunities to connect, mentor-ship, advice on completing CV and preparing for interviews.

bwih socials

Our  socials offers a unique opportunity to connect with other black women in health,  build relationships with other successful women,  build confidence and have fun networking over food and drinks. Together we empower each other to achieve our professional and personal goals.