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BLACK WOMEN IN HEALTH

GET INVOLVED

In order to meet our aims we intend to take a multifaceted approach to black women in health, as well as prospective medical students, aspiring medics and healthcare professionals in every way possible. With time we hope to expand our services but listed below are some of the services we currently offer.

BE THE CHANGE

We would love for you to be part of the BWIH story. 

If you believe in our vision and want to support us, you can help us expand our impact so that we can connect and inspire more black women in medicine, and empower the  young black female aspiring medics. You can, support BWIH and positively affect our community.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

JOIN OUR NETWORK

Our aim is to create a forum for black women in health care from all specialities and backgrounds. A network for medical, pharmacy, nursing, allied health professionals and other health care students.

We believe it is imperative for the black females in healthcare and students alike to support each other and cultivate an environment that will ultimately breed success. and help us excel 

If  you are interested in joining our network please contact us info@bwih.co.uk

BECOME A MENTOR

We have a mentor-ship program for prospective black female Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists and other allied healthcare professional by connecting them with other black female mentors from all across the UK who have entered medicine via different routes and understand the challenges. Representation matters for the next generation of black women in healthcare. Be the change!


If you are interested in being a mentor please contact us info@bwih.co.uk

WRITE A BLOG

We’d love to feature blog posts from our readers, so if you are interested in submitting a post for our website follow the requirements stated below:

  • Post must be relatable to our target audience
  • All types of posts are welcome
  • Minimum word count of 500 words
  • Submissions must be in by the 15th of each month

If you want to us to feature your blog please contact us info@bwih.co.uk

BLACK WOMEN IN HEALTH