Section presidents play a pivotal role in leading the RSM’s educational programmes, working with their section councils to develop and plan impactful and relevant events in their specialist areas.
To mark the beginning of their terms of office at the Royal Society of Medicine, three new section presidents, (pictured, left-right) Mr Fateh Ahmed, Professor Manohar Bance and Professor Peter Andrews, shared their plans for the academic year with specialist publications PFMA Journal and ENT & Audiology News.
Read the full interviews below.
“Innovation and transformation will run across the programme, with a focus on smell and facial function management, among other nose-related topics.”
Professor Peter Andrews, President, RSM Laryngology & Rhinology Section
“There will be trainee presentations spread throughout the year, together with the opportunity for trainees to compete for prestigious awards and prizes which are promoted on the RSM website.”
Professor Manohar Bance, President, RSM Otology Section
“I strongly believe that teaching is the best way to learn. I enjoy training and take great satisfaction from seeing trainees blossom into better surgeons, in many cases better than me!”
Mr Fateh Ahmad, President of the RSM Plastic Surgery Section, talks to The PMFA Journal.