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Press notes: 5 September

Friday 9 September: in person 9.00am to 7.00pm

Experts in the fields of coloproctology, gastroenterology and tissue engineering will gather at the Royal Society of Medicine to discuss the challenges facing patients with complex inflammatory bowel disease. There will be an update on the current evidence and insight into new technologies that can aid the management of this often-debilitating condition.

Monday 12 September: in person / online 11.00am to 5.40pm

This event will discuss advances in hypnosis and psychotherapy with a particular focus on belief and dissociation. This event is an opportunity to explore how phenomenological control may impact imaginative involvement and how that affects our understanding of hypnotic research to date.

Final reminder: Wednesday 7 September, webinar 7.00pm to 8.05pm

Professor Sharon Peacock will join RSM President Professor Roger Kirby for a conversation about her career and contributions to the field of microbiology. Sharon Peacock is currently Professor of Public Health and Microbiology at the University of Cambridge; Executive Director of the COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) consortium; and a Non-Executive Director on the board of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Notes for editors

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The RSM’s 2022/23 programme of postgraduate education for healthcare professionals will start on 1 October. Follow this link to see the full programme of events

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