Doctors of the Future

NIMDTA Educators, doctors in training and ADEPT Fellows featured in Royal Society of Medicine and ITN Productions “Doctors of the Future” programme which tells the story of the fundamental role education for postgraduate doctors and dentists plays in shaping the future of healthcare.

“Doctors of the Future” was launched on Saturday 16 April 2016 at the Royal Society of Medicine’s 12th Medical Innovation Summit.

The “Doctors of the Future” programme features key industry interviews and news-style reports along with sponsored editorial profiles.

The full “Doctors of the Future” video can be watched using the link

Please watch the video component featuring NIMDTA Educators, trainees, fellows and training programmes below:

The Royal Society of Medicine is one of the country’s major providers of accredited postgraduate medical education. Each year, the RSM organises over 400 academic and public events, spanning 60 areas of special interest providing a multi-disciplinary forum for discussion and debate. Videos of many key lectures are also available online, increasing access to the RSM’s education programme. The RSM is home to one of the finest medical libraries in the world, with an extensive collection of books, journals, electronic journals and online medical databases. As well as providing medical education, the RSM aims to 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. the RSM is not a policy-making body and does not issue guidelines or standards of care.

“ITN Productions is ITN’s bespoke production hub producing creative and commercially valuable content for the corporate, commercial, broadcast and digital sectors. Industry News forms part of this offering and is a communications tool for leading industry bodies and national associations produced in a broadcast news programme format, including interviews, news-style items and sponsored editorial profiles.”