Our highly regarded Eponymous Lectures are held biannually for members of the Faculty of Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine, their guests and members of the public.

These prestigious events attract knowledgeable and entertaining speakers of the highest calibre from a wide range of professions. Previous eminent guest lecturers have included Prof Chris Whitty, Prof Sue Black, Miss Hasu Patel, Prof Dame Anne Mills, Sir Mark Walport, Mr Mounir Hakimi, and Surgeon Vice Admiral Philip Raffaelli.

These popular evening lectures are held at the historic Apothecaries’ Hall in the City of London and are free to attend.

Members and students of the Faculty can enjoy the post-lecture drinks and nibbles complimentary. Non-Members pay £10.00pp.

 



The Leslie Payne Memorial Lecture:  Tuesday 17 May 2021

Faculty & Society members book here

Non-Faculty members book here

Audrey Few Lecture: Tuesday 21 September 2021

The Leslie Payne Memorial Lecture: Tuesday 18 May 2021

A lecture by Michael Crumplin: Thursday 4 March 2021

Audrey Few Lecture:  Wednesday 11 November 2020



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

Tuesday, 24 September 2019
Dr Joost Bierens MD PhD MCPM:
Drowning in the Netherlands: an omnipresent risk, and yet no fear

 

Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2018
Prof Chris Whitty:
Medical Emergencies of Global Concern

Spring Lecture

May 2018
Prof the Lord Alderdice:
Conflict, Complexity and Cooperation



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2017
Mr Steven Mannion:
Sticks and Stones, Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery
&
Mr Mounir Hakimi:
Sticks and Stones, Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery

Spring Lecture

May 2017
Mike Wooldridge
Race against the Clock



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2016
Sir Mark Walport
Science for Emergencies – Advising Government

Spring Lecture

May 2016
Dr Tim Healing, Dr Gordon Gancz and Prof Richard Williams:
Ebola One Year On



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2015
Miss Hasu Patel:
7/7-Ten years on challenges for the future

Spring Lecture

May 2015
Group Captain Bruce Nelson:
Sir Archibald McIndoe and the Guinea Pig Club



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2014
Professor Ari Leppaniemi:
Damage control and open abdomen

Spring Lecture

May 2014
Dr Stephanie Simmonds:
Humanitarian aid - One person's perspective from experience as a donor



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2013
Dr Roel Coutinho:
Infectious Diseases in a Global Setting

Spring Lecture

May 2013
Dr Emer McGilloway:
History and Recent Advances in the Rehabilitation



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2012
Professor Norman Rich:
Management of Trauma in Conflict

Spring Lecture

May 2012
Surgeon Vice Admiral Philip I Raffaelli:
International Partnerships and Advances in Military Medicine



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2011
Miss Hasu Patel and Mr Steven Dryden:
'Blast injuries, 7/7 London'

Spring Lecture

April 2011
Professor Sue Black:
'Forensic Anthropology in the real world'



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2010
General The Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank:
'Just War'

Spring Lecture

April 2010
Professor Anthony Redmond:
‘Haiti’



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

September 2009
Dr Daniel Sokol:
'Medical Ethics'

Spring Lecture

May 2009
Mr John Beavis:
'Reflections on how wars and disasters affect individuals and societies'



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

November 2008
Professor Simon Wessely:
'From Blitz to Bin Laden'

Spring Lecture

April 2008
General Sir Michael Jackson:
'Life of a Soldier'



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

December 2007
Major General Professor Alan Hawley:
'Disaster Medicine'



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

November 2006
Martin Bell:
'Reflections of a war zone thug'

Spring Lecture

March 2006
General Sir Rupert Smith:
'Future Conflicts'



Autumn Audrey Few Lecture

October 2005
Ms Kate Adie:
'Witnessing Catastrophe'