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Call the medical registrar 2022

14 July 2022

Following the success of  our 2021 event, we are pleased to announce that we will be holding our second Call the medical registrar digital conference in July 2022.


Being the medical registrar on call is often (anecdotally) cited as the reason trainee doctors choose not to pursue a career in hospital medicine. The role brings increased responsibility and can be incredibly stressful. It is a position that is often feared but is extremely important and a vital stepping stone in the career of a physician.

This conference aims to prepare you for the transition into the medical registrar role. But don't just take our word for it - here's what some of our previous delegates had to say: 

'This one day event was worth its time. It boosted my confidence to walk in the medical registrar's shoes.'

'Excellent tips for budding registrars.'

The programme will include specialty top-tips in the acute setting, alongside presentations which explore how to develop leadership skills and prioritise wellbeing. It has been developed in collaboration with the RCP Trainees’ Committee and is free to attend for RCP subscribing members. Click here to find out more about membership.

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Who should attend?

All trainees are welcome. IM2, IM3 and ST3 trainees will find this particularly useful. Locally employed and SAS doctors, and trainees who have been on extended leave or out of programme, are also encouraged to attend.

On-demand access

We want our delegates to be able to access learning at a time that suits them. All conference content will be available on demand for up to 90 days (12 October 2022). Please note you will have until 13 August 2022 to gain the maximum CPD points. For the remaining days, you can self-accredit as independent learning.

Conference fees

Standard fee: £45

RCP subscribing member fee: Free

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