Get to know the RSM's new Vice-President, Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones OBE and two of our new Section Presidents from Dermatology and Urology.
Discover news, opinions and information about the Royal Society of Medicine's activities by exploring previous issues of RSM Engage.
Mary Bishop's first 100 days as Learning Director, how dance movement psychotherapy can help people living with Parkinson’s and dementia, and a spotlight on the Ophthalmology Section.
Spotlight on the Odontology Section, Dame Parveen Kumar celebrates her 80th birthday, The Queen's 2022 birthday honours and a feature on inequality in pregnancy and child birth.
President of the Emergency Medicine Section at the Royal Society of Medicine talks about life in the emergency department, There's Spotlight on the Cardiology Section and Chris Whitty talks about 'Two Years on' from COVID.
A day in the life of Maggie Rae, Spotlight on the Coloproctology Section, two new papers from the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine and there's an interview with two leaders in healthcare on the impact of climate change.
Professor Humphrey Scott reflects on his first year as RSM Dean of Education, a spotlight on the General Practice with Primary Care Section. Two new Section Presidents share their thoughts and a new insightful paper from the JRSM on planning for the emergence of vaccine-resistant SARS-CoV-2.
An interview with President Professor Roger Kirby & Chief Executive Michele Acton, we hear from RSM members on what the RSM means to them, and there is a celebration of the 100th birthday of RSM member Dr Marjory Foyle.
Welcoming new Honorary Fellows, how the Ellison-Cliffe Travelling Fellowship has helped with career development, and a spotlight on recent papers published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Exploring the importance of early rehabilitation for long Covid patients and a day in the life of a clinical fellow working at the Health Foundation, plus we welcome new Honorary Fellows and news from our Society representatives.
The long-term consequences of the pandemic on the mental health of our children and young people, a day in the life of a critical care nurse and how studying Shakespeare might be the route to restoring the human face of medicine.
A focus on confronting the health challenges of climate change, what it's like to be working as a Covid vaccinator and an account of the hidden treasures to be found in the RSM Library.
A seasonal collection of articles about the Society’s activities, including a message from our President and Dean Professor Humphrey Scott, and reporting on our programme COVID & the festive season: Expert advice for staying safe.