New activity toolkit for Healthcare Science Week

Healthcare Science Week 2019: 8-17 March

Download our new activity toolkit and cascade to your healthcare scientists to help plan local activities for Healthcare Science Week 2019.

The toolkit has information on who to engage with, activity ideas, top tips and resources to help your organisation plan celebratory events.

Find out how to increase the impact of your events, from roadshows to social media campaigns, and inspire the next generation of healthcare scientists.

Download the toolkit on the resource page.

We also have a downloadable A3 poster to promote healthcare science as a career and support your activities.

Healthcare Science Week takes place from 8-17 March and is an ideal opportunity to promote the variety of careers available in NHS Healthcare Science, shine a light on the different specialisms and promote your organisation as a leading employer. Our dedicated healthcare science week web page has lots more information and resources for you to download and use.

Get your activities on the map

Once you have your activities planned, or if you’re looking for further inspiration, we have an interactive map of activities, highlighting all the events taking place across the country to help inspire people to get involved.

We would love to share what you have planned with other trusts. Please email a brief description of what you have planned to england.hcsweek@nhs.net  


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