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Get involved

There are many ways you can get involved with the work of the RSM.

The Royal Society of Medicine is a charity. Independent and apolitical, we aim to be a leading provider of high-quality continuing postgraduate education and learning to the medical profession and the wider healthcare teams.

This work would not be possible without our dedicated team of volunteers. There are many ways you can get involved with the work of the RSM.

Ways to get involved

RSM Interior - Marcus Beck Library

Join a Section Council

If you are an RSM member, you can join a Section Council within your specialty and shape the future of our education programme.

Join a Section Council
Medical career days

Volunteer at a practical day

Get some teaching experience and extra credit for your CV by volunteering at one of our practical days as a patient or an examiner.

Volunteer at practical days
JRSM Magazines

Contribute to JRSM and JRSM Open

If you are looking to publish research or an article, you can submit your manuscript to JRSM or JRSM Open for consideration.

JRSM and JRSM Open

Apply for a prize

Prize winner getting certificate

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.

For students
Prize winner with award

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.

For trainees
Travel Grants and Bursaries

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.

Travel grants and bursaries

Join the RSM

Fellow

For professionals working in medicine, dentistry or a higher scientific qualification.

Fellow

Associate

For professionals working in the healthcare sector or with an interest in healthcare issues. 

Associate

Student

For students studying medicine, dentistry or an undergraduate qualification at an approved UK university. 

Student

Corporate

For companies and charities working in the healthcare arena. 

Corporate
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