This episode will feature Professor Martin Marshall CBE, Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners and former Deputy Chief Medical Officer, speaking about general practice and the pandemic with RSM President Professor Roger Kirby. The two will look at how general practice was positioned at the start of the crisis, how it responded to the need for infection control, and the support general practice has provided for acute COVID sufferers, vulnerable patients, and those with long COVID.
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Dame Clare Marx, Chair of the GMC (General Medical Council), past Chair of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, and former President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and British Orthopaedic Association, will be joining Professor Sir Simon Wessely (RSM Past President) for a stimulating discussion about her career, leadership in the medical profession, her views on the tensions in current medical training, and challenges and opportunities for the GMC.
Communicator and strategist Alastair Campbell, best known for his role as spokesman for former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and journalist, writer and schools campaigner Fiona Millar will join Professor Sir Simon Wessely for this week’s episode of In Conversation Live. Topics under discussion will include their time working together at No 10 and their extensive charity work. Gender equality, women in leadership and mental ill health will also be on the agenda and Alastair will talk about his new book Living Better: How I Learned to Survive Depression.
Professor Mary Beard, national treasure, author and the world’s most famous classicist, will be joining Professor Sir Simon Wessely for an enthralling conversation on her fascinating career and how she became the 'Don of classics', what ancient Rome can teach us today, gender equality, and her view on the current COVID-19 pandemic.
V.S. Ramachandran, the renowned neurologist and neuroscientist, will give a fascinating session on how the brain and body interact. He will use case descriptions to illustrate how each requires the other and each impacts on the other - often with non-intuitive results.
Covid-19 has shown how elderly individuals do not respond to immune challenge as robustly as the young. This webinar will explore the implications of immune-system senescence for clinical practice in hospital medicine and surgery, and in the community.
The final webinar in a three part series where delegates will learn how serious stabbing injuries are investigated and treated, and to look at some strategies for prevention. This meeting will bring together health professionals, legal experts and those working in the field of forensic medicine to promote an understanding of the investigation, management and prevention of stabbing injuries.
Discover how personalised medicine can be used in mental health services.
Our panel will provide an in-depth insight into how digital platforms can promote and enable personalised mental health service provision from both patient and clinician perspectives.
Whether your role is in the NHS or in private healthcare, it is vitally important to take consent for any intervention safely.
This webinar brings together clinical and legal perspectives, advising healthcare professionals of all levels how to take consent safely to avoid litigation and improve patient safety.
This webinar will provide students and doctors with valuable information about psychiatry, training pathways and possible career prospects in psychiatry. We will provide a forum in which participants will have ample time for interaction, questions and discussion with psychiatrists who are currently undergoing higher training and with consultants from different specialties in psychiatry.
This interactive webinar will address the most common forms of sleep disorders seen routinely within the NHS, provide support with tackling areas of difficult decision making, and explore recent scientific advances.
These End of life in intensive care webinars are designed to explore the concept of dying in a critical care environment.
This webinar is a chance to reflect on the current provision of palliative care to intensive care patients, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar will delve into the recent national guidance and best practice in this area from a multidisciplinary perspective.
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