Healthcare science week 2019 - two weeks to go!

Healthcare Science Week 2019: 8-17 March

There are two weeks to go until the start of Healthcare Science Week 2019, where organisations will be celebrating and promoting the wide range of science careers available in healthcare.

It’s not too late to get involved

Our interactive map showcases some of the activities which will be taking place and provides inspiration of ways for your organisation to spread the word about healthcare science and inspire the next generation of scientists. 

By organising events and getting involved in this national awareness week, you have an opportunity to highlight the variety of roles available in your organisation and show how rewarding a career as a healthcare scientist can be to your local community and school children.

Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust is hosting a series of interactive sessions for 150 local 15-18 year olds, where they can learn about a career in healthcare science. They are also inviting their executive management team and board of governors to showcase their work. 

Once you have an event planned, please let us know via and we will add it to the map.

You can also download and use our resources to help you plan events and connect with other trusts to link up your celebrations, including our activity toolkit for healthcare scientists and a poster to promote healthcare science as a career. 

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