Monckton Copeman Lecture Nov 2016

The Monckton Copeman lecture was endowed in 1967 by the Faculty’s Founder Chairman Dr W.S.C. Copeman C.B.E. to commemorate his father, Dr S.A. Monckton Copeman FRS. Its aim is to reinforce the medical and historical ties existing between the Society of Apothecaries and the City of London.

Lecturer: Dr Richard Barnett, Writer, Teacher & Broadcaster

Lecture title: Death by Water: Rethinking John Snow and Cholera

Court room – Afternoon tea Hall – prior to the start of lecture

Medical Student prizes presented before the lecture

(Left to right) Master – Dr D Adams, Ms Aishani Kanasgasendrem & Mr Simon Adel
University College London awarded for Rodney Taylor Prize for
‘Prescribing Skill in the Care of the Older Person’

(Left to right)  Master – Dr D Adams, Dr Daniel Rack
Barts and the London School of Medicine – Top Marks in the Safe Prescribing Exams

(Left to right)  Master – Dr D Adams, Ms Olivia Padfield & Dr Ann Wylie
King’s College London – Best Student Selected Component in General Practice

(Left to right) Master – Dr D Adams, Ms Stephanie Mappouridou and Professor Jenny Higham
St George’s University of London – Highest mark in the Prescribing Exam

(Left to right) Master – Dr D Adams, Ms Shruti Sreekumar and Dr Richard Abel
Imperial College – Best 1st Yr Student on the PBL Doctor & Patient Course

Below are members of the public and Faculty members enjoying the drinks reception…

(Left to right) Dr Derek Adams (Master), Dr Richard Barnett (Speaker), Tina Matthews (President)

(Left to right) Dr Richard Barnett (Speaker) & Professor Tilli Tansey (vote of thanks Speaker)