The Increased Diversity Resources Survey

The Diversity project at Becoming a Doctor aims to fill the longstanding gaps left in our often unequal healthcare system and medical education. 

The project is a collaboration of doctors, medical students, other healthcare professionals and patients. We’re going to be working together to produce resources and events relevant across the medical curriculum that aim to increase representation and understanding of health issues in all groups of people- not just the standard euro-centric, male, cisgender, heterosexual able bodied model we are used to.

As well as producing new work- we want to promote resources produced by other groups, and make sure resources we are producing consolidate overlooked knowledge and fields rather than re-producing the amazing work that is currently being done. 

Furthermore, we want to help create a national voice for the growing number of local campaigns seeking to diversify and decolonise the medical curriculum across the UK. Part of this is helping collaborate and liaise with a number of groups doing the work already and empowering these voices. We will also be assisting groups in their advocacy and lobbying of key stakeholders to enact real, practical change.

Our work will be starting with our Becoming a Doctor Diversity Resources Survey. Our aim is to create an analysis of the feedback in this survey, and with it to create more resources aimed at gaps in the curriculum. 

To do this we need YOU-medical students-to help inform us of the state of diversity in medical education. 

This survey will be open till the 7th December 2020. 

If you want to help develop resources for a gap in the curriculum, want to collaborate, campaign or want to be part of this project in any way be sure to get in touch at

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Elliot is a St George’s graduate currently working as an F1 Doctor in East London. As the first in his family to apply to university, Elliot is well aware of the barriers that can be faced in trying to get to medical school. He is passionate about widening access to medicine for underrepresented groups.
 He was the representative for St George’s on the BMA Medical Students Committee, and has done lots of work with local schools and colleges to raise awareness of medicine as a career, as well as working on admissions policies with the widening participation team St George’s. Elliot is part of the @BecomingaDr outreach team and National Health Careers Conference Team.