The RSM Christmas Lecture- How cigarettes and Maltesers got me into medical school (and other stories)

Monday 10 December 2012

Venue: Royal Society Of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 0AE

Max Pemberton is a doctor, journalist and writer. He works full time in the NHS in mental health. He is a columnist for the Daily Telegraph and Reader's Digest and as well as a contributor to the Mail On Sunday. He has won several awards for his writing, including the Mind Journalist of the Year and the Royal College of Psychiatrists Public Educator of the Year award. He is a presenter on the BBC Radio 4 flagship health programme, Inside Health. He has also written three books; Trust Me I'm A Junior Doctor, Where Does It Hurt? And The Doctor Will See You Now, all published by Hodder.

If you are interested in the 'The RSM Christmas Lecture', you might also like to know about the 'Easter Lecture for young people' which is free to attend and 'Medical Careers Day: So you want to be a doctor'. To find out more, please go to:

***Please note that this meeting is fully booked***

5.30 pm


6.00 pm

How cigarettes and maltesers got me into medical school (and other stories)
Dr Max Pemberton

6.45 pm

Discussion time

7.00 pm

Close of meeting

Meeting ref: PED03

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