This episode of the COVID-19 Series will see Professor Robert Dingwall offer insight into social behaviours during the pandemic in an interview with Professor Sir Simon Wessely. The pair will discuss coercion versus consent, social grouping, superspreading events, and how things are likely to change as lockdown starts to end.
RSM Live brings together leading experts and decision makers to share, discuss and debate the latest developments on a range of healthcare topics and specialties.
Join our webinars to keep informed and stay connected with professionals from all healthcare specialties, wherever you are.
In this new 10-part series, experts from across the health community will unite to address the impact that climate change is having on human health. By positioning health and wellbeing at the centre of the climate change discussion, the RSM will give healthcare professionals the opportunity to understand the links between climate change and health and recognise how they can help combat climate change and its effects. His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales will be recording a message to introduce this important series.
This second episode of the Health emergency of climate change series will look at the devastating impact of climate change on respiratory health, and outline actions that can be taken to mitigate this. A prestigious line-up of speakers will address the alarming effects of climate change which directly affect air quality and respiratory health. This will be followed by a discussion led by the RSM Respiratory Medicine section who will explore what health professionals can do to help combat the effects of climate change.
Sir David Clementi, who has just stepped down as Chairman of the BBC, will be joining Richard Murley, RSM Trustee, for an interesting conversation about his successful and varied career and some the high profile public and private sector positions he has held over the years. He will also be sharing his thoughts on wider issues including the role of the professions in society and his experience of governance issues.
George Osborne, Editor-in-chief of London’s Evening Standard newspaper and formerly the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer from 2010 to 2016 and First Secretary of State from 2015 to 2016, will be joining Professor Christopher Woodhouse, retired urologist, for an intriguing conversation about his upbringing, political and editorial career, and his research on international politics and the current global economy due to COVID-19.
Professor Dame Lesley Regan is Professor of Obstetrics at Imperial College London and Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at St Mary's Hospital. She is also Director of the Women's Health Research Centre, Co-director of the UK Pregnancy Baby Bio Bank and Co-chair of the People and Culture Committee (Athena SWAN) for the Department of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction at Imperial College London. Professor Regan will be joining Professor Roger Kirby, RSM President, for a delightful conversation about her successful medical career, women in medicine, her research on a healthy lifestyle for a safe pregnancy and the risks of obesity, her extensive work on miscarriages and how she built the biggest miscarriage clinic in the world.
In this interactive seminar, we explore how to create flourishing, healthy communities by adopting a relational, grassroots and asset-based approach to health and wellbeing. Leaders in the field join us to offer shining examples and practical advice on how to implement this approach and enable compassionate communities to co-create healthier lives, leading to decreased demand on stretched healthcare services, significantly reducing costs and even saving lives.
This is the second webinar in a three-part series to help participants to understand the effects that the pandemic has had on the physical and psychological health of residents living in care homes.
This 2-part webinar series of Dr Gordon Plant’s Festschrift has brought together possibly the most prestigious line-up of world-renowned neuro-ophthalmologists ever assembled. This webinar will provide a unique opportunity to learn from the expertise of the international neuro-ophthalmic community and improve individual practice in this area.
This free public engagement webinar by Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes will inform attendees about the neuroscience of addiction and its relevance to social policy.
This webinar will explain the power of negative suggestions often unconsciously made by the health professional and conversely, the power of simple positive suggestions. Careful choice of words can enable the clinician to reduce painful experiences.
In this two-day webinar, hear world-renowned international experts cover a broad range of topics in PET CT, review current clinical applications and the emerging role of PET CT, and share their clinical experiences and challenges.
Join the 10th annual patient safety students and trainees day to explore current approaches to patient safety from multiple perspectives.
This year's conference takes the form of a half-day webinar and aims to improve awareness of safety and communication in the workplace, as well as promoting the undertaking of quality improvement projects and audits.
Join us for the third series of Managing acute medical presentations on the frontline, aimed at all trainees working in frontline medicine, hosted by the Royal Society of Medicine and the Health Education Kent Surrey Sussex (HEKSS) Deanery.
This webinar series provides case-based scenarios covering the most common acute medical presentations. This episode will focus on cardiology, neurology and ophthalmology examinations.
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For professionals working in the healthcare sector or with an interest in healthcare issues and do not qualify for a Fellow membership.
For students studying medicine, dentistry or an undergraduate qualification in a healthcare-related subject, in the UK or overseas.