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
Added:16 July 2012
The Institute provides information brochures detailing the Benefits of Membership, IMI Quality Assurance Standards, Careers in Medical Illustration and About the Institute.
Added:25 June 2012
We are delighted to announce that one of our members, Roger Hickinbotham, has won the 2012 Golden Raster Award from HeSCA. Our congratulations go to Roger on this prestigious award.
Added:21 June 2012
Robert Ludlow from the UCL Institute of Neurology, London is the overall winner of the prestigious Welcome Image Awards with his stunning image of the brain during an intracranial recording for epilepsy. Robert is a member of our Institute and we congratulate him on this fantastic achievement. Robert was unable to collect the award personally as his son Thomas was born during the event, so double congratulations.
Added:19 June 2012
It is with great sadness that we have to report the death of Simon Tutty, who sadly died in December 2011 after a short illness.
Added:10 June 2012
The publication last year of two key documents by HM Government "Reducing Regulation Made Simple" and the Command Paper "Enabling Excellence" confirmed that the Coalition Government does not support statutory regulation as the standard for healthcare professionals and confirmed that the profession’s on-going quest for the statutory regulation of clinical photographers is now redundant despite being approved by the Health Professions Council in 2003/04.