Health & Medical Internships
|Introduction To Health And Medical Internships. What Are They?|
Medical internships for undergraduates and postgraduates provide opportunities to be in a workplace environment, working on hands on projects. This could be within the university where you are already based, in hospitals, centres of research, surgeries or even out in the field, working for charitable organisations. Your particular specialist field will determine the environment for medical internships and public health internships.
Summer medical internships, lasting for periods between 1 week and 12 weeks, are quite common if you are not studying a course where industrial placements are already built in. Depending on your course, longer industrial placements can be a part of your university degree.
Paid medical internships are out there, whilst there are some that will cover your travel and other expenses. For other types of medical internships such as medical research internships, you might be able to apply for funding from relevant organisations. For public health internships where you are working abroad on international projects, these could be on a voluntary basis.
Health and medical internships are highly useful for individuals because they give you the opportunity to network with professionals in your field and also demonstrate your commitment to your future career - not to mention the boost to your CV, of course. Being able to show real work experience is invaluable.
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