Medicine & History Lecture Series
Time Out says
A series of lectures on a range of medical interests
Once a month the museum hosts its ever-popular lectures covering diverse subjects from across medicine. Insightful and entertaining, the series is a fantastic opportunity to hear from eminent speakers from a variety of fields.
When Scottish Women went to War: The Scottish Women's Hospitals in the Great War Dr Graham Sutton, Consultant in Communicable Disease Control, Public Health England.
Medical Evidence: A Historical Perspective Sir Mike Rawlins, former Chair, National Institute for Clinical Excellence.
A History of Cardiac Surgery Mr Joe McGoldrick, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Leeds Teaching Hospitals.
Hits & Misses: Stories of Public Health Microbiology Prof. Jim McLauchlin, Microbiologist, Public Health England.
Selling a Smile: How Companies Sold Teeth to the British c. 1850-1950 Dr Claire Jones, Research Associate, King's College London.
The Endocrinology of Sex...& Pope Joan Prof. Paul Stewart, Dean of Medicine, University of Leeds.
Developing Telemedicine in Remote Locations Lord Swinfen, Founder, The Swinfen Trust.
The Development of Occupational Health Services Dame Carol Black, Principal, Newnham College, Cambridge.