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How do I become a MedAll Editor?

What's involved, how to apply and the benefits of becoming an Editor

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Written by Victoria McCann
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At MedAll, weโ€™re on a mission to make great healthcare training accessible to all, but we canโ€™t do it alone.

We want to partner with individuals who believe in our mission, and want to share it with others. Which is why we are seeking Editors to be a part of our Community team, to highlight exceptional training material shared on MedAll, and to ensure that the best training material can be made accessible to colleagues who need it most.

It's part of our community commitment to make sure that high quality healthcare education is made accessible on a global scale ๐ŸŒ

โœ๏ธ What's involved?

As an Editor youโ€™ll have the opportunity to shape, add value to, and enrich the training that healthcare colleagues around the world experience. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Highlighting exceptional training material shared on MedAll in your area of expertise

  • Collaborating with others to identify opportunities for new content to be created

  • Creating a speciality hub of webinars, training materials and blog posts

  • Leading, and taking ownership of your chosen specialty

  • Sharing our mission by ensuring that the best training material is made accessible

๐Ÿ‘‹ Who can apply?

You! We are looking for motivated individuals with an interest in, and a passion for accessible medical education. The role would suit someone who is:

  • A medical student, junior doctor (Junior Editors)

  • A doctor-in-training in the specialty they are applying to be an editor in, or a consultant/GP in that specialty (Senior Editors)

  • Passionate about making great medical education accessible

  • Detail oriented and a great communicator

  • Able to work independently as part of a team

๐Ÿ™Œ What are the benefits?

Great question. As a MedAll Editor you will have:

  1. The opportunity to be part of an Editorial team who are passionate about accessible education

  2. Ownership of your area of interest and recognition as a leader in the specialty across our community of over 100k healthcare professionals

  3. Confirmation of your involvement as an Editor

  4. Profiled on the MedAll website and your specialty hub as a leader in this area

  5. Exclusive access to MedAll events via conference credits

  6. The chance to make a huge impact on a global scale ๐Ÿš€

This is a voluntary role, as we put all of our resources into making our platform free and open access to our community. However, Editors will receive regular guidance and support from the MedAll Team and the role will be flexible to suit your current work or study schedule.

โœ… I'm interested! How do I apply?

Unfortunately applications for the Editorial role are currently closed. If you'd like to be updated on when they reopen, you can complete the short interest form here.

If you have any further questions, please reach out to our Community Lead, Victoria McCann at [email protected] who will happily assist you.

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