What is or was an apothecary? How did the role of the British doctor develop? How can we investigate the health of Ancient Egyptians? What ethical issues does the COVID-19 pandemic raise?
The Faculty of the History & Philosophy of Medicine and Pharmacy & the Faculty of Conflict & Catastrophe Medicine have been working together on 3 new online "explorer" courses for summer 2020. Participants can choose one, two or all three to journey through. They will offer a taste of the British medical landscape, World Medicine, and Ethics and the Pandemic.
Course applications have now closed.
The course will be available for booked attendees to view from 1 August 2020 - 30 September 2020 and there will be up to two zoom discussion sessions to attend with speakers. If speakers are not available online for Zoom discussions, few be available via email.
Course programme Click here (subject to change)
For any queries;
Contact: Maria Ferran, Faculty Manager & Webmaster
Black Friars Lane
London EC4V 6EJ
020 7236 1189
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