Choose from the list below to view videos from selected RSM events. For some of the events, we also provide a Resources Page, which contains interviews and learning resources.

Covering a wide range of topics, this resource is the outcome from the RSM’S 37th Primary care update - previously known as GP Forum. The purpose of the resource page is to provide a collection of relevant material addressing a breadth of conditions commonly encountered in general practice.

Dive into the issues discussed at the RSM’s ‘Global Health: Negotiating the humanitarian space’ meeting, co-organised by the King’s Conflict and Health Research Group at King’s College London.

This resource page covers the diagnosis and management of a number of matters affecting men’s health, such as urological issues, cardiovascular risk and colorectal cancer.

This resource page provides valuable material on bringing together creative and innovative approaches to today’s palliative challenges, and re-ignites the pioneering ethos of the hospice movement.

In this resource, you will find key information on the risks to patient safety posed both by current litigation and the current tendency for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to prosecute clinicians for gross negligence manslaughter.

Bowel (anal) incontinence in childbirth affects over one in ten mothers after giving birth. This resource provides information on the identification and prevention of injuries, and guidance for mothers on therapies and coping strategies.

The progress in gene editing is now giving us the ability to treat rare genetic disorders and diseases, and advance human reproductive research. This resources section covers the background behind gene editing and how it can be applied to certain conditions.

Resources: The scientific and clinical basis of obesity and its management 

In the UK we face an epidemic of obesity with huge implications for our healthcare systems. This resource page covers useful information on the clinical management of obesity including the endocrine, neural and psychological bases of obesity and contributing genetic factors.

General surgeons need to employ a wide range of skills and specialist knowledge to perform surgery in emergency situations. This resource page provides useful information on training for emergency general surgery. 

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Bradford Hill criteria and to reflect on Bradford Hill’s contribution to public health, the Royal Society of Medicine’s Epidemiology & Public Health Section hosted a two day workshop in partnership with Brunel University London, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Imperial College London.

This event took place on the 13th and 14th of October 2016 at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

The Medicine and Me series of meetings aim to update us all on important conditions and gives a direct voice to patients and their carers to air their concerns on the impact of diagnosis, investigation and management.

This event took place on Thursday 15 September 2016 at the Royal Society of Medicine in London. This meeting was organised jointly with the Lymphoma Association who celebrated their 30th Anniversary. 

The 13th Medical Innovations Summit hosted a number of talks surrounding medical innovation, with national and international speakers presenting lectures on a range of subjects. Topics included medical learning and revolutionising patient education through 3D models on apps to a simple innovation that’s helping to change the iron deficiency issues we face around the world.

This event took place on Saturday 17 September 2016 at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.