The RSM’s Public Engagement programme provides a forum for informed discussion among the public through a programme that includes free lectures and topical debates.
The events cover many subjects, ranging from topical medical news, and art and medicine, to the advancement of medical specialties, new innovations and careers in medicine. They are particularly relevant to members of the public who have an interest in medicine and healthcare topics or are involved with patient groups.
Matthew Syed, Journalist and Author of Black Box Thinking.
Mr Samer Nashef, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.Date: 14th February 2017
Conrad Shawcross, Royal Academician.Date: 25th January 2017
Miss Sarah Winckless MBE, Director, Flint Performance Partners.Date: 12th December 2016
Mr Carl Philpott, Anthony Long Senior Lecturer, Norwich Medical School, University of East AngliaDate: 18th October 2016
Sir Richard Feachem, Director, Global Health Group.Date: 15th September 2016
Professor Sir Keith Porter, Professor of Clinical Traumatology, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.Date: 5th July 2016
Professor Terence Stephenson, Chair, General Medical Council.Date: 16th May 2016
Dr Carolyn McGettigan, Director, Vocal Communication Laboratory, Royal Holloway, University of London.Date: 13th April 2016
Professor Sue Black, Director, Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification and Deputy Principal, University of Dundee.Date: 8th March 2016
Mr Henry Marsh CBE, Retired Neurosurgeon and Author.Date: 29th March 2016
Professor the Lord Darzi of Denham, Director of the Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London.
Mr Mustafa Suleyman, Co-Founder, Google DeepMind.Date: 24th February 2016
Professor Paul Freemont, Co-Director, Centre for Synthetic Biology and Innovation and Chair in Protein Crystallography, Imperial College London.Date: 20th October 2015