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Get the opportunity to hear first-hand insights into the lives and thoughts of high profile individuals, in an intimate, relaxed and entertaining setting.

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In Conversation Live with Professor Dame Sally Davies and Dr Jonathan Pearson-Stuttard

Dame Sally Davis, GCB, DBE, FRS, FMed Sci, Master at Trinity College, Cambridge, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for England and Chief Medical Advisor to the UK Government since 2011, and Dr Jonathan Pearson-Stuttard, FRSPH, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow, Public Health Physician and Epidemiologist, Imperial College London, are joining Professor Roger Kirby, RSM President, for a fascinating discussion about their careers, medical research, and their views on what we are learning about health from COVID-19.

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In Conversation Live with Professor Dame Donna Kinnair DBE

Professor Dame Donna Kinnair DBE, RGN, HV, LLB, MA, CMI is the Chief Executive and General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing. Dame Donna will be joining Professor Roger Kirby, RSM President, for an insightful conversation about her varied and successful career, the nursing workforce crisis, providing leadership in major hospital trusts, the difficulties and joys of advising on legal and governmental committees, and her thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic and how this has affected the nursing community.

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In Conversation Live with Sir David Clementi

Sir David Clementi, who has just stepped down as Chairman of the BBC, will be joining Richard Murley, RSM Trustee, for an interesting conversation about his successful and varied career and some the high profile public and private sector positions he has held over the years. He will also be sharing his thoughts on wider issues including the role of the professions in society and his experience of governance issues.

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Care homes in the COVID-19 era: A clinician's perspective

This webinar will highlight how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected care home residents' physical and psychological health and well-being from a clinical perspective. Participants will understand the effects that the pandemic has had on the physical and psychological health of residents living in care homes and to learn best practices.

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10th annual patient safety students and trainees day

Join the 10th annual patient safety students and trainees day to explore current approaches to patient safety from multiple perspectives.

This year's conference takes the form of a half-day webinar and aims to improve awareness of safety and communication in the workplace, as well as promoting the undertaking of quality improvement projects and audits.

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The 'Goldilocks zone’ of fatty acid metabolism and cardiac function

Associate Professor Lisa Heather, British Heart Foundation Fellow, will explore the heart’s energy requirements and the fine balance between free fatty acid (FFA) delivery and utilisation for optimal cardiac function. The heart’s requirement for ATP (the energy currency) to support contractile functions cannot be underestimated. Energy availability (supply) and workload (demand) are in continual flux, resulting in large fluctuations in physiological demands. 

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Integrity in research: lessons from the British Journal of Psychiatry

This webinar will allow participants to understand the challenges and pressures facing researchers and scientific journals in a fast-paced and ever-changing field. The pressure to publish quickly and in prestigious journals within the science and research fields can risk bad and even fraudulent data. This webinar will be a conversation with the editor-in-chief of one of the leading journals in psychiatry about his experiences of this, and how he aims to tackle this moving forward.

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The unusual suspects: Rare disease in everyday medicine

This webinar is the only meeting of its kind specifically targeting medical professionals to teach them about the broad concepts of rare disease and offering pragmatic advice about how to diagnose and manage them in everyday medicine. Broader coverage of rare diseases is minimal. This is despite 3.5 million people in the UK living with a rare disease - making rare diseases collectively common. The rare disease and genomic field is changing rapidly and continuing medical education is desperately needed in order to make full use of new innovation and therapies. 

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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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