Annual conferences

Our annual conference is one of the society’s most important events. It is an opportunity to exchange opinions on scientific matters. Apart from discussing the different aspects of clinical medicine, there are also questions relating to health politics, structure and organization of the respective health care services and medical education. In addition, the three-day conference is an occasion to visit and get to know a German or British city well.

The regular meetings have gone beyond just people meeting on a professional basis; many friendships have also developed. The Anglo-German Medical Society is a forum which aims to build bridges between the two countries. Medicine, our common interest, is a good foundation for such connections.

In the past our society developed the unexpected function of helping junior doctors from Germany to start a medical career in England, but there is no longer such a disparity in the job market between the two countries.  With the current uncertainty over Brexit, just as many doctors are either returning to Germany or planning a career move from Britain to Germany for the first time.

Annual Meeting 2019:

To our Annual Meeting 2019
AGMS 2019 ANNUAL Meeting

Our Annual Meetings so far:

2018 Annual Meeting in Paignton-Torquay

2018 Annual Meeting

2017 Annual Meeting in Dusseldorf

AIMS members with düsselddorf Lord Mayor Thomas Geisel

2016 Annual Meeting in Leeds

Thanks to the excellent Organizational Committee, the “speaker” and all Participants, we can look back on a successful scientific Annual Meeting, in which the social Contacts (New German = networking) were also not neglected. Click here to go to The Event page

Other annual Meetings to date

2015 Zurich
2014 Berlin
2013 Cheltenham 2
012 Aachen 2
011 Durham 2
010 Bonn 20
09 York 20
08 Cologne
2007 Newcastle
2006 Nuremberg
2005 Brighton

Our next Annual Meetings will be as follows:

2020 Newcastle
2021 Frankfurt
2022 London
2023 Munich
2024 Stratfort-upon-Avon
2025 Berlin

Information on this will follow.