The RSM is a leading education resource that counts Darwin and Pasteur among its members. On this page you can find out more about our partnership and about the RSM…
What does the Royal Society of Medicine do?
Established in 1805 as The Medical and Chirurgical Society of London, the Royal Society of Medicine is one of the UK’s major providers of postgraduate medical education.
You can also read more about what the Royal Society of Medicine does below:
Events: the Society holds over 400 academic and public events every year. The events cover 58 specialties, providing a forum to discuss important topics in healthcare.
Library: the Society has extensive collections of books and journals in one of the finest medical libraries in the world.
Public engagement: the Society runs a programme of meetings and lectures for the public.
What are the Royal Society of Medicine’s aims?
On their website, the RSM states that they aim to:
Provide a broad range of educational activities and opportunities for doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeons, including students, and for allied healthcare professionals
Promote an exchange of information and ideas on the science, practice and organisation of medicine, both within the health professions and with responsible and informed public opinion
Our Partnership with the Royal Society of Medicine
We are very proud to be in official partnership with the Royal Society of Medicine. In the video below, you can watch Janice Liverseidge, Director of Communications at the RSM, speak about our partnership.