Share and discuss experiences and practices relating to teaching social and behavioural sciences in medicine


Connect.  Participate.  Discover.


BeSST (Behavioural and Social Sciences Teaching in medicine) is a network of people interested in how behavioural and social sciences are taught in medicine. Its members include sociologists, psychologists, clinicians, and researchers, to name but a few.


This site will provide information on ways to connect with us, member activities and other interesting events taking place within the network.




NEW!  BMJ Blog discussing the opportunities that COVID-19 may bring for students' understanding of sociology in medicine. 

 Recordings from the Show and Tell 'Teaching Sociology in Medicine Online' by Jeni Harden are now up on our Events page. 

The full version of our AMEE Guide to Teaching Sociology to Undergraduate Medical Students is now available.

Upcoming Teatime chats   

Will be starting up again soon!
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