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.
Professor Julian Hughes, RICE Professor of Old Age Psychiatry, University of Bristol.
Professor Paul Cosford, Patient and Medical Director, Public Health England.Date: 9th February 2018
Mr Tony Wicks, Retired Engineer.Date: 9th February 2018
Mrs Julie Smith, Enterprise and Employability Manager, Secondary Academy.Date: 9th February 2018
Dr Catherine Sonquist Forest, MD MPH, Family Medicine Physician, Los Altos, California and Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine - Primary Care And Population Health, Stanford School of Medicine.Date: 9th February 2018
Ms Juliet Marlow, Representative, Not Dead Yet UK.Date: 9th February 2018
Professor Rob George, Medical Director, St Christopher's Hospice and Professor Palliative Care, Cicely Saunders Institute, King's College London.Date: 9th February 2018
Mr Simon Ringrose, Unit Head, Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division, Crown Prosecution Service.Date: 9th February 2018
Baroness Ilora Finlay of Llandaff, Professor of Palliative Medicine, Cardiff University.Date: 9th February 2018
Ms Cathie Pilkington RA, Sculptor and Figurative Artist.Date: 29th January 2018
Professor Roger Jones, Emeritus Professor of General Practice, King's College London.Date: 7th December 2017
Dr John Ford, Retired General Practitioner, Society of Apothecaries.Date: 6th December 2017
Professor Peter Gill, Professor of Forensic Genetics, Oslo University.Date: 13th February 2018