Careers in Health Week Commencing 8 February 2021
By skye.aitken, on 27 January 2021
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Written by Sylwia Wasiak-Rakowska, Internships & Vacancies Officer at UCL Careers.
Are you looking for a career that makes a difference to people’s lives? From the frontline response to coronavirus with clinical services, systems and data through to governance and diagnosis to treatment, Health Week has got it covered.
In this blog you’ll find out a bit more about each of the virtual events UCL Careers are running as part of Health Week. Make sure to book your place if you’d like to hear from and network with professionals from across this varied sector.
Throughout the week, you will learn about the different roles that are available within the sector, where future opportunities for students and graduates can be found and what you can be doing now to ensure you are best-equipped to begin your career in the health sector.
See you there!
Tuesday 9 February
Careers in Frontline Healthcare Panel, 1-2.30pm
If you enjoy working with people and want to make a real impact in people’s lives, then you’ll value our Frontline Healthcare Panel where you’ll hear from and have the opportunity to put questions to healthcare professionals and those training to work directly with patients and clients in a health focused role.
Professionals with experience in the areas of Medicine, Speech and Language Therapy and Midwifery will be in attendance, with more to be announced.
Wednesday 10 February
Health Careers Discovery Evening, 6.30-8.30pm
Join UCL alumni professionals, working in a range of health roles, for this discovery panel and networking evening where you will have the opportunity to hear about their experiences and their insights and connect in smaller groups for networking.
Professionals with experience in the areas of Global Health, Health Communications and Health Policy will be in attendance, with more to be announced.
Thursday 11 February
Data and Diagnostics Panel, 5.30-7.30pm
Challenges to health and health systems are changing rapidly on a global scale and the ways in which data and diagnostics are used to make decisions on preventing, treating and curing diseases are crucial. If you are interested in how data analytics and diagnostics are being used in the Health Sector, book onto this panel event where you will hear from professionals who are actively engaging in using data to improve our lives.
All Health Week events are open to UCL students and recent graduates with an interest in the sector, regardless of your degree subject.
Be sure to look out for information on live opportunities you can apply for in the Health sectors on UCL Careers Twitter feed during Health Week.
Once you’ve booked your place, why not explore our Online Careers Library for useful sector guides, job profiles and key job sites in preparation for the events?