Dr Margaret McCartney, GP, ex-BMJ columnist, broadcaster and author of “The State of Medicine: Keeping the Promise of the NHS” will be speaking to Professor Sir Simon Wessely about testing, tracing and tangential things.
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Philippe Sands, Author of the best-selling and multi award-winning “East West Street”, described as “mesmerising”, will be joining Professor Sir Simon Wessely to discuss his latest book, “The Ratline”, as well as his reflections on the current crisis, international law and justice, and what it is like to make friends with the children of war criminals.
The Royal Society of Medicine is bringing a delicious virtual wine tasting experience straight to your home with Jane MacQuitty, The Times Wine Critic, David Gleave from Liberty Wines, and The River Café.
The Royal Society of Medicine and the Health Education Kent Surrey Sussex (HEKSS) Deanery are hosting a two-part webinar series for all trainees working in frontline medicine. Free for trainees and AHPs.
The first part of this two parts webinar will aim to give an overview of treatment and rehabilitation under the Mental Health Act for people with developmental disabilities.
In this free webinar we'll look into the impact of lockdown on sleep, and sleep services that are helping patients sleep as lockdown lifts.
This is the first webinar is a three part series in-which we will discuss the different approaches to understanding and responding to pain in older people, using insights from psychology, nursing and medicine.
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