Dr Andrew N Papanikitas FRCGP, PhD
Course Director, Philosophy of Medicine Course
The course runs in parallel with the History of Medicine and is intended to give a grounding in philosophical aspects of medical practice, including ethics, as applied to clinical practice. It also provides preparation for those wishing to take the Society of Apothecaries' diploma examination (DPMSA).
Please note: The course will run on Saturdays via Zoom from October 2021-June 2022 on zoom unless we are able to be in the venues. Contact the Faculty Manager for any questions.
Drop-in Course fee 2021-2022
£80 Drop-in classes (please mention which course days you would like to attend when emailing application form)
Exam Bursaries Criteria
Course programme for 2021-22 - click here
Reading list - click here
Essay title - click here
Application form & T&Cs
Please fill out the application form, read the terms and conditions, sign and email to the Faculty Manager - click here
Please click here to pay for the course.
Course Insights, Philosophy by Dr Andrew Papanikitas
Eligibility, application and fees for the diploma examination are run separately by the Examinations Office; details can be obtained here.
The lecture formally known as the Sydney Selwyn Prize is in memory of Professor Sydney Selwyn (1934-1996), a medical microbiologist and bacteriologist, bone marrow transplant pioneer, and world-class expert in the history and development of medicine. The lecture is presented by the best candidate in the Diploma in the Philosophy of Medicine examination.
Contact: Maria Ferran, Faculty Manager & Webmaster
Telephone: 020 7236 1189
Black Friars Lane
London EC4V 6EJ
020 7236 1189
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