For those following a recognised training course. Students are entitled to all the benefits of membership, have full voting rights and can take part in all the Institute's activities at privileged rates.Apply Here
For individuals who have involvement or association with, or have an interest in Medical Illustration but who are not working towards one of our recognised qualifications.Apply Here
For those engaged in medical illustration and who hold a professional qualification approved by Council. Professional Members are entitled to use the letters MIMI after their name.Apply Here
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Fellowship of the Institute recognises excellent abilities and skills and is its highest distinction of the Institute. Applications may be made by Members of the Institute with a minimum of 5 years’ post-qualification experience.Apply Here
Since 1968 IMI has set and maintained standards for the medical illustration profession, bringing together the disciplines of clinical photography, medical art, illustration, graphic design and video within healthcare.
The Institute's members are a highly specialised and skilled group of people contributing to the care of patients and the teaching of medicine and allied health subjects.
The IMI Scholarship Group are now accepting applications for scholarship funding for September 2014. Please submit your application by 20th September.
There are two vacancies for election to IMI’s Council (2014-2017) and you can now vote on-line from the IMI website. The deadline for doing this is Friday September 19th 2014.
The journal team are running a participant-led development workshop at the IMI conference in Bristol on Friday 3rd October 2014.
Simon Bruntnell is a creative/commercial photographer based in the West Midlands. Simon has built up a reputation for photographing contemporary glass art. But his practise covers all aspects of photography.
Dr Richard Barnett – writer, teacher and broadcaster on the cultural history of science and medicine, author of The Sick Rose or; Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration – will be speaking and taking questions in the King’s Lounge at 11.55–12.25 Friday 3 October.