We are asking students to set out in an essay form of no more than 2500 words ‘What should health and care services in Wales look like in 2050 and what will need to happen to achieve this? Supporting media content such as animations or audio clips are welcome.
Bevan Commission Programme Objectives:
- Engage the creative ideas and insights of our young and aspiring future leaders of health and care in Wales.
- Capture their enthusiasm and perceptions of what the health and care landscape across Wales might look like in 2050.
- Inform and shape the Bevan Commission’s future thinking in determining sustainable prudent health and care services fit for the future for people in Wales.
- Support the development of a diverse and multi-disciplinary community of young scholars, practitioners and future leaders across health and care in Wales.
Opportunities Afforded to Students Who Take Part:
- Winners of the Future Thinkers will receive a prize of a £500 voucher.
- Contribute to the thinking of a community of internationally renowned thought leaders who make up the Bevan Commission.
- An influence in supporting the transformation and development of future health and care services in Wales.
- Represent the voice of younger people in Wales, who will be the next generation of service users and leaders of health and care systems across our nation.
- Support your development both personally and professionally, and to network with some of the leading figures and minds in this area.
- Winning entries will be published by the Bevan Commission and be promoted more widely through a number of different means.
- Join the Bevan Future Thinkers in Health and Care Community which will bring the brightest young minds from across Wales together into an active community of practice.
Competition entries will open from Friday 13 January 2023 and will close on Wednesday 12 April 2023.
Applications are open to students in Higher Education Institutions (HEI’s) studying health and care related courses.