This year's Lilly Lecture takes place on Thursday 19 September at 7pm and will be followed by a light finger buffet, it is free to attend and open to all.
About the Lilly Lecture
The lecture will be delivered by two speakers, Dr Emma Redfern, consultant in emergency medicine at University Hospitals Bristol who's talk will be titled 'IF' and the other is Dr Natasha Jones, consultant in sports and exercise medicine at Oxford University Hospitals who's talk will be titled 'Moving Medicine'. Both will be speaking about their experiences in leadership followed by a panel discussion chaired by Professor Andrew Goddard, president, Royal College of Physicians.
Dr Emma Redfern
Emma is a consultant in Emergency Medicine, joining the Emergency Department team at the BRI in 2009. Emma has undertaken post graduate research in patient safety at Imperial College London. In addition to her clinical commitments she was appointed as the Associate Medical Director for patient Safety at UH Bristol in 2013, and took an Associate Clinical Director position at the West of England Academic Health Science Network in 2014.
The title of Emma's talk will be 'IF'.
Dr Natasha Jones
Natasha initially qualified from St Bartholomews Medical School, London in 1992 and became a General Practitioner in 1997. After eight years of general practice she went on to pursue her personal interest in sport and exercise medicine and became a consultant in Oxford in 2010. She works at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in both the sport and exercise and general musculoskeletal medical services.
She has worked for the English Institute of Sport for many years and has looked after athletes in a wide variety of Olympic and Paralympic sports including sailing, hockey, canoeing, athletics, synchronised swimming, wheelchair tennis and wheelchair basketball. She currently works for the English Institute of Sport at Bisham Abbey.
Natasha holds an honorary contract with the University of Oxford Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, where she pursues her interest in exercise rehabilitation for people with long-term conditions as well as other musculoskeletal research projects.
Natasha lectures locally, nationally and internationally on sport and exercise medicine related topics.
Natasha is passionate about sport and exercise medicine and is highly experienced in helping athletes and recreational exercisers prevent and recover from injury so that they may achieve their goals.
Natasha also took part in RCP's Emerging Women's Leaders Programme 2018-19, developed specifically to address the under-representation of women in leadership roles within the RCP and the wider medical profession.
The title of Natasha's talk will be 'Moving Medicine'.