Plenary lectures given by some of the most influential international medical practitioners and academic. The Annual Meeting is a unique chance to be at the cutting edge of interdisciplinary, translational medicine.

  • Infectious diseases – into the Future ~ in partnership with the Lancet Infectious Diseases
  • Diagnosis by DNA ~ in partnership with the Biochemical Society
  • Big Data in Clinical Research ~ in partnership with Health Data Research UK
  • New Targets in Cellular Metabolism ~ in partnership with Nature Medicine
  • Open Theme

Membership is open to all: clinicians; early career researchers; discovery scientists; industry affiliates. The AoP also has a community of elected fellows.

Register for our annual early career researchers workshop inviting conversation and debate with practitioners and clinicians at the forefront of scientific research today.

  • Join a unique professional community at the heart of interdisciplinary debate
  • Discounted rates for the annual meeting
  • Support for early career researchers and newly appointed consultants
  • Application for peer review fellowship status

Our grant structure includes support for early career members.

Find out more about our grants supporting a range of research activities, as well as our:

QJM, is a long-established, leading general medical journal. It focuses on internal medicine and publishes peer-reviewed articles which promote medical science and practice.

Published monthly, QJM includes original papers, editorials, reviews, commentary papers to air controversial issues, and a correspondence column.


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    SummaryMultiple lines of evidence indicate that the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has profound psychological and social effects. The psychological sequelae of the pandemic will probably persist for months and years to come. Studies indicate that the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with distress, anxiety, fear of contagion, depression and insomnia… Read more »
  • COVID-19: Japan’s success despite inept bureaucracy and incompetence
    So far, Japan has avoided the worst ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic. As of 27th May, the nation had 16 469 positive tests with 1788 active cases, of which 147 were serious (needing hospitalization and assistance with either breathing or intensive care). The death toll was 858.1,2 However, the situation owes… Read more »