Meeting Schedule Alteration
To all members,
Please note that there has been an alteration to this year’s schedule – please see below for the up to date version:
|Date||Speaker||Title||Member attendance||Eventbrite link|
|12/02/19||Professor Tony Young, National Clinical Lead for Innovation NHS England||The NHS at 100 – what will the NHS be doing in 2048?||AM/GM||https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/professor-tony-young-the-nhs-at-100-what-will-the-nhs-be-doing-in-2048-tickets-49082167083|
|26/02/19||Doctors in Training; Medical Students||Doctors in Training Case and Poster Presentations; Medical Student Elective Bursary Feedback||AM/—||https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/doctors-in-training-case-and-poster-presentations-medical-student-elective-bursary-feedback-tickets-49082352638|
|12/03/19||Professor Simon Carley, Professor in Emergency Medicine, Manchester Royal Infirmary and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital||One Night in May: Lessons from the Ariana Grande concert bomb||AM/—||https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/professor-simon-carley-one-night-in-may-lessons-from-the-ariana-grande-concert-bomb-tickets-49082498073|
|26/03/19||AGM; followed by Dr Gareth Hughes, Consultant Emergency Medicine/Clinical lead HOOH||High Times in High Altitudes: How to avoid proper work whilst dressed as a Teletubby||AM/—||https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/agm-followed-by-dr-gareth-hughes-high-times-in-high-altitudes-tickets-49082718733|
Next Meeting Tuesday 12th March: Lessons from the Ariana Grande Concert Bomb, Professor Simon Carley
Join us at 7:30pm on Tuesday 12th March for the next DMS Meeting: Simon Carley, Professor in Emergency Medicine, Manchester Royal Infirmary and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, will be discussing ‘One Night in May: Lessons from the Ariana Grande concert bomb’.
Members, medical students, and staff (including Junior Doctors) are welcome to attend – attendance certificates will be provided! Please note that this talk is unfortunately not open to Guest Members.
If you would like to buy dinner (£5), please arrive around 6:45pm. Free nibbles will be provided after the talk.
If possible, please register your attendance on Eventbrite before arriving: this will save time when you arrive, as we are now doing online registration! If you would like to receive a certificate, we will need your email address when you register so that we can send you a feedback questionnaire.
Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Welcome to Derby Medical Society!
Welcome to the Derby Medical Society website. The society was founded in 1862 for the purpose of bringing together medical practitioners from the many diverse branches of medicine to discuss the medical science of the day and to present and discuss cases of interest to its members.
To this day, the society maintains the spirit and motivation of its founders through the presentation of a yearly lecture series featuring keynote speakers from all walks of medicine, many of whom have world renowned reputations in their field. Additionally, the society has a proud tradition of supporting the medical community through its long standing association with the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund and through the provision of bursaries and awards for medical students and trainees.
- Next Meeting Tuesday 12th March: Lessons from the Ariana Grande Concert Bomb, Professor Simon Carley
- Next meeting: Doctors in Training Case and Poster Presentations; Medical Student Elective Bursary Feedback
- NB: Meeting Schedule Alteration
- Next Meeting Tuesday 12th February: The NHS at 100, Professor Tony Young
- Next Meeting Tuesday 29th January: Just Culture, Dr Suzette Woodward