Professor Anthony Harnden, Deputy Chairman of the JCVI and Professor of Primary Care at the University of Oxford, Professor Eleanor Riley, Professor of Immunology and Infectious Disease at the University of Edinburgh, and Dr Alison Pittard, Dean of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, join Professor Sir Simon Wessely for our regular round-up episode.
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.
This week we have Professor Sir Simon Wessely, RSM immediate Past-President, interviewing Dr Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, Holocaust survivor and successful cellist, and her daughter Maya Lasker-Wallfisch, a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, Author and educator, specialising in transgenerational trauma.
Dr David Nott OBE, Consultant Surgeon at St Mary’s Hospital and author of the bestselling memoir War Doctor: Surgery on the Front Line, will be talking to Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones, RSM Psychiatry Section President, about his career and life experiences dealing with patients in conflict and catastrophe zones. David will also be discussing the difficulties in training war doctors and why he set up the David Nott Foundation.
The Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby is the 105th and current Archbishop of Canterbury and senior bishop in the Church of England. Archbishop Justin will be talking to Professor Sir Simon Wessely, RSM immediate Past-President, about his extensive career and ministry, his perspective on how COVID-19 has impact communities and the UK economy, the importance of mental wellbeing, and the challenge of reimagining Britain.
The final episode of the QI scholars webinar series will consider leadership and management in healthcare. We will offer guidance on how to find leadership opportunities early in your medical career and opportunities to publish and present your work, all of which are excellent additions to your portfolio and CV.
Understand the impact of COVID-19 on Orthopaedic training and the 2020/2021 selection specialty recruitment process.
Join this interactive webinar for an insight into the process and hear advice from BOTA, BOA and training programme directors on how to maximise training opportunities during the ongoing pandemic.
In an interactive session, delve into lessons learned and changes in models of care, which will shape how to deliver paediatric care in the future.
Join us as experts shed light on the importance and effective provision of nutrition education for future doctors.
This webinar will discuss the important topic of mental wellbeing and mental health in doctors through an interview with Professor Dame Clare Gerada, Chair of the charity Doctors in Distress. Professor Dame Clare Gerada will be interviewed by Dr Gordana Milavić, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.
This webinar will review the contributions of brain imaging to our understanding of hypnosis with a special focus on pain experience, teach practitioners about the efficacy of hypnosis in reducing pain experience, and alert researchers to the potential different underlying mechanisms of hypnotic efficacy. With Key speaker Dr Stuart Derbyshire, National University of Singapore, Associate Professor Psychology Department.
This series will provide case-based scenarios covering the most common acute medical presentations, including cardiology, respiratory, rheumatology and many more. Experts in their fields, our panel of speakers will cover the initial assessment and management of medical conditions, highlighting any tips and red flags to look out for.
The UPRAS webinar will introduce and teach students and junior doctors the key components of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (PRAS). It will cover various subspecialties in PRAS through a high-quality interactive lecture delivered by eminent surgeons from around the country.
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