BMJ events | Discover our series of informative and thought-provoking events for health professionals at all stages of their careers.
From conferences and awards ceremonies to masterclasses, webinars, and roundtables, the BMJ events team runs over 15 international and national healthcare events every year.
In June 2022, the International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare returned to Gothenburg, Sweden for a long-awaited reunion of health and care improvers. Our theme was ‘Creating Tomorrow Today’ and over the three days of the conference we witnessed many fruitful conversations about designing more robust ways to bring change to health and care systems worldwide.
Attend these popular one to two-day courses to get the latest evidence and practice changing advice on key topics.
BMJ Masterclasses share the necessary evidence, guidelines and clinical updates that enable frontline clinicians to make better decisions.
Expert speakers lead accredited, peer-reviewed courses, ensuring you receive real-world examples of cases and provide take-home messages to implement in your practice the next day.
The courses are relevant for GPs, practice nurses and those working in secondary care who see patients with a wide range of conditions, such as emergency care physicians, geriatricians and doctors in training.
Gain CPD hours and a certificate of attendance
Leave with the Evidence Toolkit, a hands-on digital guide built with a range of trusted BMJ resources
Participate in dedicated Q&A with the experts
View recordings of the programme for up to six months post-eventA clinical deep dive into menopause | 20 September 2022 | Webinar GP General Update | 1 & 2 November 2022 Follow BMJ Masterclasses on Twitter
To be prepared for future pandemics, health systems need to look to learn from international evidence. The International Forum on Quality and Safety is where healthcare professionals can find that evidence.
The biggest conference of its kind, the Forum provides a platform for dialogue, reflection, and opportunities to build a deep understanding of quality improvement and safety.
Over 4,700 participants from 80+ countries attend our International Forums each year, where they develop ways to tackle today’s and tomorrow’s critical health and healthcare challenges. They connect to form long-term partnerships and consider new ways of thinking about healthcare. See more about who should attend.
Using our combined expertise and passion, we host one of the largest international conferences in the world focused on improving outcomes for patients and communities through quality improvement.
Leave with the knowledge you need to tackle the challenges you face daily
Accelerate your progress by getting access to the latest research on quality and safety improvement
Gain practical knowledge on using improvement methods
Connect with like-minded colleagues to share experiences and improvement approachesCopenhagen 2023 | 15-17 May Melbourne 2023 | 30 October – 1 November Follow the Forum on Twitter
Register now >> to join us for a series of interactive workshops, roundtable discussions and presentations. At our newest event, you will learn how to overcome the barriers preventing your research from translating into practice. You will also discover new systems and innovative models for the future.
Learn how to design your paper to get the biggest impact
Bring diversity into your research
Get the right support as an early-stage researcher
Build research capability and capacity to transform health outcomes
BMJ Research Forum | 8 & 9 DECEMBER | LONDON Save 15% by booking before 14 October
The BMJ Awards are the UK’s leading medical awards celebrating the incredible work that healthcare teams across the country do daily.
In 2023, we will be hosting a one-day event at BMA House. We will be showcasing a 350-person event to share the knowledge and experience that will inspire others, and give exposure to teams who demonstrate courage and passion for overcoming challenges in the past year.
The BMJ Awards are a fantastic opportunity to gain recognition for the professionalism, commitment, creativity, and hard work of healthcare teams across the UK.
Gain recognition for your project amongst peers and industry leaders
Drive the potential for funding
Build your profile through regional and national media opportunitiesThe BMJ Awards Follow us on Twitter for updates
BJSM Live is where you can find the latest in cutting-edge information in all facets of sports and exercise medicine.
The conference brings together the global sports and exercise medicine community to share the latest evidence and research, give expert advice on managing patients in your practice, and discuss how we support populations to live healthy and physically active lifestyles.
Get the latest evidence on new treatments, guidelines and best practice for supporting patients with sports or exercise related injuries
Find answers and advice from leading experts in the field on how to handle tricky cases in your practice
Discuss and debate ways in which populations can be encouraged to live more active lifestyles, how to turn research into policy, and how this impacts on reducing preventable diseases
Form a diverse community of professionals, patients and athletes working across different countries, levels and specialtiesBJSM Live British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) Sport & Exercise Medicine events on Twitter Follow BJSM on Twitter
From cutting edge research to helping some of the world’s most vulnerable people, we work with a wide range of international organisations to deliver results. Our work helps to bring about open dialogues that inform policies and shape the frameworks for many leading organisations, such as Asian Development Bank, FIFA, the World Bank, and WISH.
You can access those conversations and discussions by being party to the webinars we host. Our convening expertise and strong global footprint mean we can bring together leading experts, influencers and policy makers – and facilitate important conversations that bring about change. Many of our webinars are hosted collaboratively through partnerships with governments, funders, societies, and ministries of health.
Get the best available guidance on topics ranging from covid-19 to specialist conditions and clinical practice
Understand how other countries are training the next generation of healthcare professionals
See examples of how early-stage start-ups are transforming healthcare
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