Become a UK-Med member and you’ll join our Community of Practice, a group of people who are passionate about global health, humanitarian issues and medical care in emergencies.
When you sign up, you’ll get:
Before you sign up, you’ll be asked to commit to The Humanitarian Principles and the UK-Med Code of Conduct.
You’ll then need to answer some quick questions about your professional background, interests and experience.
We’ll be in touch by email about events, opportunities and ways in which you can support UK-Med’s work.
As part of our Community of Practice, you can also create an online profile and upload your CV. We may review your profile if we’re looking for people with particular skills to staff a response.
We’ve answered some frequently asked questions about membership below. If there’s anything you need to know that’s not covered here, just get in touch.
The UK-Med Community of Practice is open to health and humanitarian professionals in the UK and around the world.
Yes – if your application to join the UK-Med Register is successful, you’ll become a member as part of this process. Other health and humanitarian professionals can also join the Community of Practice to access learning opportunities and stay up to date with UK-Med’s work.
After completing your Community of Practice sign-up, you should receive an automated email with instructions for how to update your membership details. If you haven’t received this email, please contact: email@example.com.