Becoming a Fellow

The current team of takeAIM fellows are looking for enthusiastic AIM trainees (ST3+) to join takeAIM.


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Want to be a takeAIM fellow?

Three new takeAIM fellows were appointed in February 2018 and all share the dedication and enthusiasm of their predecessors in raIsing the awareness of AIM by engaging with junior doctors and medical students. As well as continuing with the organisation of national conferences and local takeAIM sessions, the fellows are developing a network of takeAIM champions to form a nationwide community to promote acute internal medicine within their local area as well as attend careers fairs for medical students and junior doctors.

We are now looking to recruit additional fellows who are passionate about our speciality. Prospective candidates must be able to work both within a team and independently. We are looking for trainees with innovative ideas to take this project forward. Candidates must have the confidence to actively promote the speciality, speak in public and engage with junior doctors in a variety of ways.

TakeAIM is strongly supported by the Society for Acute Medicine who fully value the contribution that it can continue to make in encouraging juniors to the specialty.


To commence from January 2019 for 12 months.

Desirable Characteristics of Prospective Candidates

  • ‍Passionate
  • Driven
  • Organised
  • Able to use Microsoft Office, Skype etc
  • Good time management
  • Ability to work in a team, delegate and lead individual projects when required
  • Innovative
  • Confident
  • Comfortable with public speaking

Check out our video for more information on being a takeAIM fellow


Application process

CV, statement of interest and TPD approval should be emailed to:

Closing date:

28th October 2018, 17:00

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the posts.

Damian, Cosmas, Naina, Peter

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Organising National Conference
  • Organising Regional Sessions
  • Presence at Careers fairs
  • Maintaining and developing website
  • Managing budget
  • Creating further multimedia
  • Managing SoMe (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
  • Engaging with Acute Medicine trainees in various regions to continue to increase specialty awareness.
  • Continue to further enhance the brand
  • Collecting Metrics to monitor effectiveness/impact

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