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
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Added:07 August 2018
We are looking for a graphic designer to join our design team and play an integral part in the design process from conceptualising ideas with simplicity to final development.
Added:07 August 2018
We seek a Multimedia Designer to join our creative team at one of the largest NHS Trusts in the country; working to promote the Umbrella Sexual Health Service across Birmingham and Solihull and producing content to support the delivery of the key priority outcomes of the service.
Added:06 August 2018
We are a busy private retinal clinic in London’s premier medical district and we are currently looking for an enthusiastic, highly motivated Ophthalmic Technician/Photographer to join our existing team of two senior technicians.
Added:01 August 2018
IMI is sad to announce the sudden death of Mike Devlin ex clinical photographer at the Princess Margaret Rose orthopaedic hospital in Edinburgh. Mike died suddenly on Wednesday from a suspected heart …
Added:30 July 2018
Patients requiring rhinoplasty (an operation to alter the appearance and sometimes the function of the nose), or septorhinoplasty, (an operation on the septum, the cartilage that separates the two nostrils), are often referred by rhinologists to the medical photography department for photographs to be taken of their face and nose.