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In Conversation Live with Sir Andrew Dilnot

Sir Andrew Dilnot, Economist, Broadcaster, and Warden of Nuffield College will be talking to Professor Roger Kirby (RSM President) about his highly respected career, health and social care sustainability, and share his thoughts on the current UK economic, social and environmental position with COVID-19.

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In Conversation Live with Dr Anita Lasker-Wallfisch and Maya Lasker-Wallfisch

This week we have Professor Sir Simon Wessely (RSM immediate Past-President) and Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones (RSM Psychiatry Section President) interviewing Dr Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, Holocaust survivor and successful cellist, and her daughter Maya Lasker-Wallfisch, a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, Author and educator, specialising in transgenerational trauma.

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In Conversation Live with Dr David Nott OBE

Dr David Nott OBE, Consultant Surgeon at St Mary’s Hospital and author of the bestselling memoir War Doctor: Surgery on the Front Line, will be talking to Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones, RSM Psychiatry Section President, about his career and life experiences dealing with patients in conflict and catastrophe zones. David will also be discussing the difficulties in training war doctors and why he set up the David Nott Foundation.

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The genetics of criminality: Episode 5

The fifth webinar in The genetics of… series. This webinar will explore the role genetics plays in influencing criminal activity and violent behaviour. We will be hearing from leading researchers in this fascinating field of science, arguing for and against the existence of genetic factors and exploring the role of epigenetics in the study of criminality. 

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Epilepsy and alcohol: Seizures, treatment, and management

This webinar brings together experienced clinicians that will discuss the issue of people with epilepsy who drink too much. This patient group attend emergency departments repeatedly, have poor cognitive, seizure, and mortality outcomes, and are difficult to engage. Despite neurologists being frequently asked to see them as inpatients, there is little academic discussion of their management.

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QI scholars webinar series: Referrals and handovers

Effective communication among healthcare professionals is a simple but powerful tool to drive change. In this episode, we will explore the importance of referrals and handovers and how to improve them. 

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Managing acute medical presentations on the frontline: A guide for trainees

This series will provide case-based scenarios covering the most common acute medical presentations, including cardiology, respiratory, rheumatology and many more. Experts in their fields, our panel of speakers will cover the initial assessment and management of medical conditions, highlighting any tips and red flags to look out for.

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Forensic practice and digital technology – Episode 1

The aim of this webinar is to promote understanding of the interaction between digital technology and crime in 2021. Hear about the work of Ineque. Understand the impact of digital technology on crime in young people.

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Kidneys, heart and diabetes: Science and practice – Part 1

This 3-part webinar will explore the challenges in managing heart failure and renal disease in diabetes.

In this first webinar, experts in their field unite to address recent clinical trial results for the management of thrombosis in diabetes and discuss new practises in the management of heart failure.

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These events are specifically designed for trainees to help with continuing professional development. 

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Prizes and awards

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For students

The RSM has a number of awards and prizes aimed specifically at students. Submit an application and get the opportunity to present at an RSM meeting as well as add to your CV.

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For trainees

There are over 70 prizes available for trainees, worth a total of around £60,000. Enter for a prize and you could be shortlisted for the next Trainee of the Year prize, worth £3,000.

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Travel grants and bursaries

We have a number of travel grants and bursary places available to RSM events to help fund your studies and electives.

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