Upcoming RSM events

Child Health Promise is supported by the Royal Society of Medicine. Here are some exciting upcoming events that are open to healthcare professionals.

The Challenges of Child Refugee Health: Everyone’s responsibility

17th Oct 2017 0850 – 1730

at the Royal Society of Medicine

Click for more info and to book: https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/pdk02

How do you support the mental and physical health of child refugees?

Practical advice from experts on everything from managing infectious diseases to advocacy for migrants.
Hear reflections from Dr Helal Attayee on his journey from Afghanistan to continuing medical training in the UK.

Lord Alf Dubs will share his reflections on raising the profile of child refugee health.

Includes a free copy of The Optician of Lampedusa by Emma Jane Kirby, BBC Journalist – come and hear her share her experiences.

Clinical Leadership: A responsibility, not an option

20th Oct 2017 1200 – 1700

at the Royal Society of Medicine

Click for more info and to book: https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/rpk55

A great afternoon discussing the role of healthcare professionals in improving patient care.
Everything from how to get your voice heard to involving patients in leading change in the NHS.
A must for anyone going for interviews soon or if you just really care about your patients!

Hear Clare Panniker, the first person to become a CEO of three trusts, share her advice for leading change.

Social media: Challenges and benefits for mental health and wellbeing

14th Nov 2017 0900 – 1755

at the Royal Society of Medicine

Click for more info and to book: https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/pyk02

Social media has a massive effect on the mental health of our patients and ourselves.

Learn about everything from pro anorexia websites to online radicalisation and how to support your patients.

Do you know how to manage your own online presence and even use social media for professional development? Find out how!

Do you think social media platforms do enough to protect their users? Hear the evidence and join the debate!

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