The Midlands Racial Equality in Medicine (MREM) Network aims to build connections between regional medical schools to provide both staff and students with a platform to share upcoming initiatives, disseminate research and create joint ventures. Through this platform, research related to improving racial equality and reducing the attainment gap will gain more visibility and raise the profile of the individual working groups and their members. Positive role modelling and visible commitment towards improving outcomes for ethnic minorities will inspire students and staff alike. Improving the experiences and overall graduate outcomes amongst ethnic minority medical students is the paramount objective of the Network.
By empowering staff and student collaboration, the MREM Network aims to unite institutions across the Midlands to tackle racial inequality within Medicine
■ To inspire medical students from ethnic minority backgrounds by increasing the visibility of role models
■ To provide a platform for medical schools to share best practices and collaborate on matters relating to racial equality
■ To foster a sense of community amongst students from an ethnic minority background across medical schools in the Midlands
■ To promote and collaborate on research related to reducing the attainment gap within medicine.
■ To embed promoting racial equality within medicine as a key principle of the institutions.
The following institutions are members of the MREM Network:
■ University of Birmingham Medical School
■ University of Buckingham Medical School
■ Keele University School of Medicine
■ University of Leicester Medical School
■ University of Lincoln Medical School
■ University of Nottingham Medical School
■ University of Warwick Medical School
The University of Leicester will host the second MREM Conference on Saturday 11 March 2023, 10.00am - 4.00pm. Click here Link opens in a new windowto register for the conference.
This conference aims to build connections between medical schools and provide both staff and students with the ability to learn about upcoming initiatives, present research and attend panels and workshops. This is with the overall aim of increasing attainment and overall graduate outcomes amongst ethnic minority medical students.
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