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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.
A rare opportunity has arisen for a clinical photographer to join our team of photographers, graphic designers, retinal screeners and administrative staff in the largest Medical Illustration department south of London.
IMI have issued two tender opportunities: The development of a promotional video and the production of Generic IMI Branded pop- up banner stands. The closing date for both is 1st February 2015.
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Some of you may have seen recent reports about mobile device applications that have been developed enabling healthcare professionals to share photographs of patients and their clinical conditions. These 'apps' allow users to take and share images in an open environment, the terms and conditions that the user agrees to absolve the 'app' developers of any responsibility relating to the taking and use of these images.
The final day at the IMI conference Bristol 2014 saw many interesting speakers from the scientific programme. Our last and Closing Keynote Speaker, Greg Harding provided an insight into the over lapping world of commercial photography.