Jointly organised by the Oxford Empathy Programme, delegates will learn about the role and importance of empathy in healthcare from current research, education, policy, practice and patient perspectives.
Thought leaders, champions, professionals and patients who are on the front line dealing with adult mental health issues will discuss the mental effects caused by the use of digital technology as well as the benefits generated from doing so.
Receive a comprehensive update on new outcomes from clinical trials in Endocrinology and a new understanding of pathogenetic mechanisms.
This course will provide you with a practical understanding of how to manage patients receiving mechanical ventilation in the community.
This conference will highlight relevant research into hospice care and support the translation of research findings into practice.
This year, we are focusing on the future of hospice care in the UK, exploring the current research in hospice service provision and how health care professionals think that hospice could be best used to match this. What might hospices look like in 20 years’ time?
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.
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.
We have a number of travel grants and bursary places available to RSM events to help fund your studies and electives.