Upcoming additional webinars
Medicinal plant lecture: September 2023
Medicinal plant lecture: July 2023
On-demand additional webinars
Medicinal plant lecture: May 2023
Samuel Gee lecture 2023
FitzPatrick lecture 2023 - postponed
Linacre lecture 2022: humanity’s first chance – understanding what pandemic infection can do to the human brain
Dr Benedict Michael will discuss humanity’s first chance to understand what pandemic infection can do to the human brain.
Croonian lecture 2022: skin of many colours
Dr Piu Banerjee will discuss dermatology and diversity.
Faculty of Physician Associates: annual general meeting 2023
Chief registrar alumni webinar
An opportunity to join with chief registrars from previous cohorts.
Harveian Oration 2022: pandemic HIV and its legacy for medicine and global health
Professor Dame Anne Johnson will discuss pandemic HIV and its legacy for medicine and global health.
Medicinal plant lecture: episode 2
Professor Ian Graham and Professor Anthony Dayan discuss maximising the use of plant diversity and medicinal plants of the three Abrahamic Faiths.
Developing SAS practice
This webinar was part of the 2022 RCP SAS week.
Medicinal plant lectures: episode 1
Professor Tilli Tansey and Professor Mark Nesbitt discuss ergot: from a dreaded poison to a treasure-house of drugs and just the tonic: a natural history of tonic water.
Samuel Gee lecture 2022: air pollution – the greatest environmental health challenge of our time
Professor Sir Stephen Holgate discusses air pollution – the greatest environmental health challenge of our time.
The RCP's Medicinal Garden – a living museum
Dr Noel Snell discusses a living museum - the RCP's Medicinal Garden.
JRCPTB curricula launch webinar
Dr Mike Jones, Dr Sue Pond, Dr Alastair Millar, Rifa Begum, Zoe fleet, Dr Ananthakrishnan Raghuram discuss the new curricula, internal medicine training and much more.
Harveian Oration 2021: Professor Jonathan Van-Tam
Professor Jonathan Van Tam discusses moving forwards, understanding backwards: respiratory virus vaccines, therapeutics, and public health policy.
Professor Donal O'Donoghue memorial
A memorial service held in RCP at The Spine for former RCP registrar Professor Donal O'Donoghue.
Acute medical pathways: responding to increased demand – virtual wards past, present and future
Dr Eileen Burns, Dr Clarissa Murdoch and Professor Matt Inada-Kim discuss the increase demands of virtual wards.
Acute medical pathways: responding to increased demand – from modern ward rounds to safely home
Dr John Dean, Dr David Lipscomb and Jen Flatman discuss modern wards, what happens after hospitalisation and safer medication following discharge.
Adapting to life after COVID-19: lessons learned during a pandemic
Dr Nerys Conway, Dr Robin Ghosal, Dr Caz Burford, Dr Karla Blee, Dr Karam Aboud and Dr Olwen Williams discuss life after COVID within the workforce.
Linacre lecture 2021: methotrexate – an innocent bystander in the development of liver fibrosis
Dr Lucy Turner discusses methotrexate: an innocent bystander in the development of liver fibrosis.
Acute medical pathways: responding to increased demand – same day emergency care across medical specialties
Dr Philip Dyer, Dr Nick Scriven, Dr Tara Sood, Dr Vicky Price, Professor Dan Lasserson and Elizabeth Camfield discuss same day emergency and acute medical care.
Acute medical pathways: responding to increased demand – the acute medicine/specialty interface
Dr Mike Jones, Dr Sue Crossland, Dr Chetan Varma, Salimah Hassan and Dr Andrew Barlow discuss the acute medical unit and working with specialties, in-reach atrial fibrillation and VSMART.
Lilly lecture 2021: leadership in a time of crisis
Mrs Fiona Noden and Dr Aaisha Saqib give talks on "She's nowt but a little girl" and "I am just a junior doctor!" which explore leadership in times of crisis.
National Asthma and COPD Programme (NACAP) children and young people asthma audit webinar
Professor Ian Sinha, Dr James Calvert and Emma Sparrow discuss the CYP asthma audit 2019/20 report, driving QI in respiratory outcomes and children and young people’s engagement in NACAP.
What is the pandemic teaching us about health inequalities?
Matthew Fell, Jake Harrison, Dr Bola Owolabi and Jo Bibby discuss health inequalities and wider society, narrowing health inequalities and lessons for government.
What is the pandemic teaching us about workforce planning?
Anita Charlesworth, Rt. Hon. Jeremy Hunt MP, Prerana Issar and Professor Wendy Reid discuss their experiences of working in the NHS before COVID-19 and the impact of the pandemic.
Samuel Gee lecture 2021: humans – the ultimate animal model
Professor Mary Reilly discusses humans – the ultimate animal model.
FitzPatrick lecture 2021: soulful neurology
Professor Andrew Lees discusses soulful neurology.
COVID-19: vaccines and pregnancy
Professor Lucy Chappell, Professor Catherine Nelson Piercy and Dr Chrissie Jones discuss the COVID-19 vaccination and pregnancy.
Clinicians for climate action
Dr Fiona Godlee, Miss Jen Isherwood and Dr Nick Watts discuss the climate emergency, the impact of the pandemic on sustainability and how we can achieve a net zero NHS.
COVID-19: 1 year on
Professor Maria Zambon, Professor Wei Shen Lim and Dr Susan Hopkins discuss SARS-CoV-2 virology and testing, the COVID-19 vaccination and how COVID-19 knowledge can inform action.