Collecting and Reflecting Pharmacy History – Pharmacy Course 27-29 September

From carboys to COVID vaccination, herbs to herbals, materia medica to medicines, explore the objects and organisations that tell pharmacy histories today. This course will take you behind the scenes of key pharmaceutical collections with curator-led tours, object-based sessions and insightful talks that provide background stories and reflect on the challenges of curating and collecting […]

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John Locke and the age of genomics

On Monday 28 March 2022 – John Locke Lecture Speaker: Professor Anneke Lucassen Title: John Locke and the age of genomics Catch up on Soundcloud and Stitcher allows you to listen whilst enjoying a walk.

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Gideon de Launes Lecture – March 2021

On Wednesday, 10 March 2021 The Faculty held the Gideon de Laune lectures. Professor Marta Korbonits spoke on ‘History of Gigantism: from legends to genes’ and Mike Jay spoke on ‘History of Peyote’. If you missed the talk you may catch up on our social media channels. YouTube – Catch up and view. Soundcloud and Stitcher allows you to […]

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Sydney Selwyn Lectures 2020

On 6th October the Faculty of History and Philosophy of Medicine and Pharmacy held their first autumn lecture by Zoom. Dr Andrew Papanikitas chaired the meeting. Dr Sara Dahlen, Winner of the Selwyn Medal gave a talk on An examination of sex versus gender identity in the General Medical Council’s Tran Healthcare Ethical Advice. Professor […]

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Celebrating Women in History, Science and the Arts

The Faculty of the History and Philosophy of Medicine and Pharmacy had its first event celebrating International Women’s Day on Thursday, 5th March 2020. The event consisted of a variety of historical talks on panel discussions, screenings and readings. If you missed the event, then catch up on soundcloud shortly. Thank you to the speakers […]

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Monckton Copeman Lecture 2019

The Monckton Copeman Lecture took place on 27 October 2019. Speaker: Professor Patrick Wallis Lecture title: The Transformation of Healthcare in Modern England If you missed the lecture, catch up on Soundcloud or Stitcher (Left – right) Dr D Adams, Dr P O’Mordha, Professor M Farthing (Master), Professor Patrick Wallis (Speaker), Ms Briony Hudson (President), […]

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Monckton Copeman Lecture 2018

Monckton Copeman Lecture 2018 held on 24 October 2018 Lecture title: How Society Physician John Elliotson held Victorian Britain Spellbound Speaker: Wendy Moore If you missed the lecture, catch up on soundcloud         (Left-right) Dr J Neild, Mr N Royle (Clerk), Dr C Gardner-Thorpe (President), Wendy Moore (Speaker), Professor M Rossor (Master), Dr […]

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Sydney Selwyn Lecture 2018

The first Sydney Selwyn lecture was held on 9 October 2018. Speaker: Dr Tina Matthews Lecture title: Medical Professionalism, Public Institutions and the Alder Hey Children’s Organ Scandal If you missed the lecture catch up on  (Left-right) Dr J Neild, Dr C Gardner-Thorpe (President), Mr N Royle (Clerk), Dr Tina Matthews (Speaker), Dr A Papanikitas, Professor […]

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Sydenham Lecture 2018

Sydenham Lecture – 13 September 2018 If you missed the lecture catch up on (Left-right) Dr P O’Mordha, Dr J Neild, Dr R Palmer, Professor M Rossor (Master), Dr Hilary Morris (Speaker), Dr C Gardner-Thorpe (President), Professor M Farthing (Senior Warden), Dr P Simmons and Mr Nick Royle (Clerk) Guests of the Faculty (Left-right) Dr Hilary […]

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History of Medicine Intensive (three-day) Course 2018

This fascinating three-day course covers the history of medicine from the middle ages to modern history. The course is open to anyone who has an interest in the history of medicine and we have previously had medical students, archivists, curators, museum staff and those working in healthcare institutions. No prior knowledge or qualifications are necessary.

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