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BMJ Live

Bringing together BMJ Masterclasses and BMJ Careers Fair.

Date: 04 - 05 October 2019

Location: London

This new two-day event is a combination of the BMJ Careers Fair and BMJ Masterclasses, offering all clinicians updates on the latest guidelines and evidence, tools for taking control of your practice, and advice on career development.

BMJ Live is a multi-stream conference, so you can tailor your experience by choosing from a range of different workshops, courses and sessions based on your learning needs.


What's new?

  • To start the day why not attend one of our morning energiser sessions? We’ll be offering yoga and mindful workshops to get you in the right headspace for the day ahead and to build strategies to create resilience in your practice.
  • Keynotes speakers - Fiona Godlee, editor in chief of The BMJ, will lead one of our brand new keynote sessions discussing the topic of doctor wellbeing. Helen Bevan, chief transformation officer of NHS Horizons will talk through the NHS People Plan and what it means for you.
  • Seven clinical update masterclasses over the two days. These courses will be an opportunity to get essential CPD updates in a number of topic areas tailored to the patients you’ll see in daily practice. Courses include: GP general update, physicians general update, care of the older person, dermatology and musculoskeletal medicine, neurology and clinical pharmacist in general practice.
  • Four mini courses in professional development so you can take control of your workload, manage complexity and change, or get your work published. Teaching will be in small groups and led by professional experts and coaches.

Don't worry - we will still provide the key features of the BMJ Careers Fair:

  • 40 free to attend career development seminars
  • 1-2-1 career advice session with a skilled and impartial careers professional CV checking - bring along your CV and get some 1-2-1 advice from our experts at the CV checking station
  • Over 80 exhibitor stands to network with and discuss potential roles
  • Network with 2,000 of your peers from all specialties and grades
  • Jobs board - Visit our live jobs board at the event where we will feature current vacancies from companies attending the event so you can talk directly to them about roles you are interested in


BMJ Live 2019 is full of great opportunities for you to explore; from finding the right career path, getting that dream job, and helping you with your day to day struggles. Don’t miss out on this new and exciting event.


Find out more and register today

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Olympia London
Hammersmith Road
W14 8UX




Email: [email protected]

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