This episode of the COVID-19 Series will see Professor Robert Dingwall offer insight into social behaviours during the pandemic in an interview with Professor Sir Simon Wessely. The pair will discuss coercion versus consent, social grouping, superspreading events, and how things are likely to change as lockdown starts to end.
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.
In this new 10-part series, experts from across the health community will unite to address the impact that climate change is having on human health. By positioning health and wellbeing at the centre of the climate change discussion, the RSM will give healthcare professionals the opportunity to understand the links between climate change and health and recognise how they can help combat climate change and its effects. His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales will be recording a message to introduce this important series.
Professor Dame Donna Kinnair DBE, RGN, HV, LLB, MA, CMI is the Chief Executive and General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing. Dame Donna will be joining Professor Roger Kirby, RSM President, for an insightful conversation about her varied and successful career, the nursing workforce crisis, providing leadership in major hospital trusts, the difficulties and joys of advising on legal and governmental committees, and her thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic and how this has affected the nursing community.
Sir David Clementi, who has just stepped down as Chairman of the BBC, will be joining Richard Murley, RSM Trustee, for an interesting conversation about his successful and varied career and some the high profile public and private sector positions he has held over the years. He will also be sharing his thoughts on wider issues including the role of the professions in society and his experience of governance issues.
George Osborne, Editor-in-chief of London’s Evening Standard newspaper and formerly the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer from 2010 to 2016 and First Secretary of State from 2015 to 2016, will be joining Professor Christopher Woodhouse, retired urologist, for an intriguing conversation about his upbringing, political and editorial career, and his research on international politics and the current global economy due to COVID-19.
This webinar will highlight how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected care home residents' physical and psychological health and well-being from a clinical perspective. Participants will understand the effects that the pandemic has had on the physical and psychological health of residents living in care homes and to learn best practices.
This is the first episode in a 4 part webinars series which aims to provide topic teaching on common paediatric fractures and to present an update from the paediatric Get It Right First Time (GIRFT) Initiative.
This free public engagement webinar by Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes will inform attendees about the neuroscience of addiction and its relevance to social policy.
Associate Professor Lisa Heather, British Heart Foundation Fellow, will explore the heart’s energy requirements and the fine balance between free fatty acid (FFA) delivery and utilisation for optimal cardiac function. The heart’s requirement for ATP (the energy currency) to support contractile functions cannot be underestimated. Energy availability (supply) and workload (demand) are in continual flux, resulting in large fluctuations in physiological demands.
This webinar will explore clinical cases where delegates will gain an understanding of the diagnosis and management of rarer and more unusual dermatology conditions, and unusual presentations of common dermatological problems.
This webinar will explain the power of negative suggestions often unconsciously made by the health professional and conversely, the power of simple positive suggestions. Careful choice of words can enable the clinician to reduce painful experiences.
Join this second seminar to cover changes in the TNM classification of oral cancer and the role of immunotherapy for head and neck cancer.
This webinar aims to provide clinicians with the latest research highlighting the areas and means of improvement, and an opportunity for carers to identify practical and pragmatic approaches.
For professionals with a medical, dental or veterinary qualification recognised by GMC, GDC or RCVS.
For professionals working in the healthcare sector or with an interest in healthcare issues and do not qualify for a Fellow membership.
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