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35,000 Feet | What’s Stopping you Landing?

A Transformational Development Programme for International Medical Graduates

Many clinicians from other countries find that they struggle with aspects of their life and work in a new country. Challenges around fitting in, fear of the unknown, feelings of loss and separation from family and friends all manifest. Questions arise, such as “What is the new expectation of me, will I have the same status as before”, “Will they accept me?”, “Can I really be me or do I need to change to fit in?

The UK is also undergoing several changes which are contributing to the experiences faced by International Medical Graduates (IMGs). Changing social attitudes, disproportionate Covid impacts on communities, and increasing awareness of social and racial injustice, calling for improved diversity and inclusion practices and behaviours. 

Why is this important?

More often than not, the experiences of cross-culturally trained clinicians in the UK are unique and different to those who have lived and trained in the UK. This is not acceptable and requires changes in infrastructure and processes locally, regionally, and nationally across the NHS. In addition, we must support individuals with development opportunities that nurture confidence and build knowledge and skills that empower them to progress their own careers and ambitions.  

Who is this programme for?

This programme is designed for International Medical Graduates, Associate Specialist/SAS/Specialty Doctors, Nurses, Dentists, Pharmacists and other incoming clinicians.

Our Developmental Offer

The 35,000 Feet Programme will help you develop a new awareness of yourself and your environment. With new insights and new thinking creating new opportunities, how you behave, think and act will increase your own effectiveness both as clinicians and as leaders.

Through a blended-learning and coaching approach participants will be encouraged to become agents of change to advance their personal careers and ambitions. 

The programme is bespoke, co-delivered by experienced coaches and leadership facilitators, both with significant cross-cultural living and working experience.

What will I gain from this programme?

  • The ability for you and your peers to support your own and others’ development.

  • Developing a new-found confidence to thrive in a new country and not just coping and surviving.

  • An opportunity for you to work on those professional areas where you feel challenged.

  • Increasing your ability for you to learn new practices experiencing the support of a mentor.

  • Skills that grow your leadership journey throughout your career. 

  • Developing a sense of belonging, being valued and able to make a difference in your new country.

The programme will consist of three full day, online workshops focusing on;

  • Workshop 1 – Self
  • Workshop 2 – Working with Teams
  • Workshop 3 – The Bigger Picture

 All participants will aslo recieve one one-on-one coaching session. Spaces are limited so register your interest now to secure your spot. 

Additional information

Cost
£670 +VAT for members and £700 +VAT for non-members.
Who should attend

International medical graduates 

When
  • 8 May 2024 - 9:00am
  • 5 June 2024 - 9:00am
  • 10 July 2024 - 9:00am
Competencies
Demonstrating personal qualities, Working with others
FMLM standards
Self awareness and self development, Personal resilience, drive and energy, Effective team work, Cross-team collaborations

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