The MACP is an organisation run by members who contribute to the work of the MACP nationally and internationally.
There are many ways of becoming involved with the MACP from becoming a member to sitting on the executive committee and taking part in consultations which shape our policy and guidance. The MACP often require members for specific pilots/projects.
The MACP often require members for specific pilots/projects. There are opportunities to be involved and share your particular skills and knowledge for a specific period of time on short life working groups or MACP committee or subcommittee.
There is always a demand for MACP members to become clinical mentors to existing students undertaking postgraduate courses leading to the MACP membership.