For working doctors and consultants (FY1 to ST8), retired doctors, and those holding senior management positions in medicine or healthcare.
The Royal Society of Medicine (RSM), one of the largest providers of continuing development for healthcare professionals, and St George's University of London are delighted to offer a discount on RSM membership to SGUL alumni.
SGUL alumni now have 20% discount when joining the RSM using the code SGUL21.
Being a member of the RSM brings countless benefits - including a world-class online library with unlimited access to e-resources and seven major databases, reciprocal clubs in 23 countries and offers and discounts in various products and services. As soon as facilities reopen, members have access to the imposing building in Central London – which comprises meeting rooms, medical library, restaurant, bar, and hotel accommodation.
RSM members can also book online and attend free or discounted meetings and webinars across 56 specialties, most of which come with CPD accreditation, and will be presented with numerous opportunities to network with colleagues and industry heads.
Our membership is open to those who work in or have an interest in healthcare, including those who are retired. Stay connected and keep learning with our online education and e-resources.
Receive a 20% discount when you sign up to become an RSM member. Use code SGUL21 at the checkout.
Please note this offer is only applicable to new customers and excludes Student membership and our standard terms and conditions apply. If you have a specific question regarding your membership, please contact our Membership Team via email: email@example.com
Access our online resource of e-books, e-journals, six medical databases, including ClinicalKey resources.
We have reciprocal club arrangements in place all over the globe for our members who regularly travel overseas, with clubs in Australia, India, the USA, Canada and Sri Lanka to name a few.
In addition to your RSM benefits, you can also enjoy a range of savings and other privileges from our specially selected partners.
Use BrowZine to browse the e-journals that are available to you as an RSM member. You can use it to create a bookshelf of the journals you are interested in and keep up to date with the latest issues, save articles for future reading, to name a few.
A dynamic clinical resource designed to give fast clinically relevant answers from Elsevier’s vast medical and surgical collection of books, journals, videos and images.
The ClinicalKey app helps clinicians get fast access to evidence-based, peer reviewed information to improve speed to accurate diagnosis and treatment. Features include an intuitive search with auto-suggestion, the ability to bookmark and save items as well as access to full-text books, journals, guidelines and media.
Includes answers about joining, renewing and cancelling your subscription.
Find out more about the RSM’s vision, mission and strategic goal.
Learn how the RSM, established in the rooms of a barristers’ chambers at Gray’s Inn, grew from humble beginnings to take up residence in London’s medical quarter.
Meet the people who govern the RSM, including members of the RSM Council, Academic Board and our Senior Management team.
For health professionals, by health professionals.
This webinar series aims to support you as we navigate the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, by providing regular and easy-to-access updates from healthcare leaders on COVID-19.
Keep learning no matter where you are with RSM Live; webinars which keep up to date with the latest developments on a range of topics and specialties.
The RSM has produced podcasts series focusing on the latest topics in healthcare. Download and listen on the go.