Liverpool Medical History Society
Founded in 1984, the Liverpool Medical History Society is affiliated to the British Society for the History of Medicine. Lecture meetings, held five times a year at the Liverpool Medical Institution, reflect the diverse backgrounds and perspectives of the Society's members whose interests include the histories of ancient medicine, general practice, occupational medicine, dentistry, nursing, clinical practice, medical education, veterinary science, social, military and art history, historical demography and social policy.
Liverpool Medical History Student Society (LiMHS) Committee Members
3rd April - Mr John Brooke, Social Historian
'Cruel Lives: Some Notable 19th and Early 20th Century Yorkshire Epidemics'
Refreshments from 5.00 pm, talks begin at 5.30 pm
Liverpool Medical Institution, 114 Mount Pleasant (entrance at rear of Lloyds bank, by The Font)
To download the programme click here.
For more information, please contact the Honorary Secretary, Mrs Meg Parkes. via the LMI: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bulletin of the Liverpool Medical History Society
The bulletin of the Society, Medical Historian, has been published annually since 1988. Speakers are invited to submit a written (referenced) version of their paper of up to 8,000 words for inclusion in the number issued at the end of the session.
The support of the Cohen bequest in producing the Bulletin is gratefully acknowledged.