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Book your delegate ticket

We are excited to bring you the 2020 BMJ Live conference as a free virtual conference taking place over three days on 15-17 October. Book your BMJ Live delegate tickets.


Key features include:
Live and on-demand sessions including career development, leadership skills, wellbeing and portfolio careers
One-to-one career and CV advice with a skilled career professional
Interactive virtual exhibition – schedule meetings with our UK and overseas exhibitors in real-time. Speak to them directly about their roles, discuss the skills and qualifications they are looking for and make invaluable connections.
View the virtual Live Jobs Board and book meetings with the exhibitors to discuss the roles you are interested in
Free clinical webinars keeping you up-to-date with the latest guidelines, evidence and best practice, including Q&A with our expert speakers.
Virtual morning energiser sessions including yoga and mindfulness

Transferring to the virtual BMJ Live Conference
If you had already booked your attendance at BMJ Live, you should have received an email from us advising that you have been automatically transferred to the virtual event.  Any fees paid will be refunded as soon as possible via the original payment method used.
If you do not wish to attend the virtual event, please cancel your registration through the registration amendment link.

Scam Emails
It has been brought to our attention that clients are being contacted by organisations offering to sell the contact details of those who have registered for BMJ Live 2020.    

These organisations are not associated with BMJ or BMA and we do not sell our data lists to any third party. If you receive any communications offering BMJ Live data, please identify these emails as spam and disregard them. Scam emails should be reported to Action Fraud’s suspicious email reporting service. 

If you have any questions about any information you receive, please contact

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