About this event

  • Date and time Wed 12 Oct 2022 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Location Online

Join us for this webinar with Professor Malcolm WR Reed, Dean of Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Interviewed by the President of the Royal Society of Medicine Roger Kirby, he will talk about his career, surgical oncology and the recruitment and retention crisis in the NHS.

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Professor Malcolm Reed was appointed as Dean of Brighton and Sussex Medical School in December 2014. Since then, BSMS has seen 40% growth in undergraduate medical student numbers and significant improvements in national standing as reflected in the National Student Survey and league table position. There has also been significant growth in postgraduate taught and research students, and in a wide range of research activities.
From 2019 -2022, he was appointed Co-Chair of the Medical Schools Council (MSC) and Chair of the MSC’s Education sub-committee.

Malcolm has a long-standing track record in cancer research, with more than 350 publications. His main areas of clinical research are related to the surgical management of breast cancer, with particular emphasis on breast cancer in older women.

*There may be slight changes to the discussion points or the advertised start and end times of this webinar, subject to Professor Malcolm Reed's work requirements.

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Registration for this event will close on 12 October 2022 at 6:00pm (BST)

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