The John Locke Lecture was established in 1978 to commemorate the interest of the Faculty in the philosophy of medicine. It commemorates John Locke the 17th century physician and philosopher.
Lecture title: Arabian Knots: Tales of Moral Misunderstanding from East and West
Speaker: Professor David Misselbrook, MB BS MSc MA FRCGP DPMSA DHMSA
Lecture date: Thursday 18th January 2018
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(Left-right) Dr Jonathan Holliday, Dr Julia Neild, Mr Nicholas Wood, Dr Paedar O’Mordha, Professor Charles Mackworth-Young (Master), Professor David Misselbrook (Speaker), Dr Aroop Mozumder, Dr Christopher Gardner-Thorpe (President), Dr Derek Adams, Mr Andrew Paris, Professor Trevor Beedham and Dr Paul Simmons.
Apothecaries Prize Winners! Congratulations to the students below.
University College London – Rodney Taylor Apothecaries’ Prize –
Prescribing Skill in the Care of the Older Person: Simrun Sing Virdee
Imperial College – Best 1st Yr Student on the PBL Doctor &
Patient Course: Curtis Liebers
St George’s University of London
Highest mark in the Prescribing Exam: Soraya Nazerali-Lorenzon
Barts, Queen Mary University London
Top Marks in the Safe Prescribing Exams: John Reidy
King’s College London
Best Student Selected Component in General Practice: Jacob Tait-Bailey