Monday 4 July: webinar 12.00pm to 2.00pm
The new policy and approach for anticipatory care planning will be the subject of this webinar, which will be hosted jointly by the RSM’s Digital Health and Geriatrics and Gerontology Sections. Anticipatory care helps people to live well and independently for longer through proactive care for those at high risk of unwarranted health outcomes.
Thursday 7 July: in person 1.30pm to 5.15pm
This event will consider the challenges faced by the 130,000 community of adults with cerebral palsy, the lack of coordinated care, and how this impacts them achieving full-life participation. Part of the RSM’s Medicine & Me series, the programme will include insights from patients and healthcare professionals, and is being held in collaboration with the charity Adult Cerebral Palsy Hub.
Join BBC broadcaster Nick Robinson on Wednesday 6 July at 6.00pm when he joins Professor Sir Simon Wessely for an evening of conversation about his life career in political journalism. A drinks reception will follow this in-person event which will end at 8.15pm.
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