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Dr Graham Tydeman & Professor Andrew Weeks: Innovation to Improve Outcomes in Postpartum Haemorrhage

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Dr Graham Tydeman & Professor Andrew Weeks: Innovation to Improve Outcomes in Postpartum Haemorrhage
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Prof Kate Ardern: People, Place, Poverty & Politics Matter: Lessons for Pandemic Planning & Response
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Prof Kate Ardern: People, Place, Poverty & Politics Matter: Lessons for Pandemic Planning & Response

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Professor Martin Gorsky: Decolonising global health: what can history contribute? 14.03.24.
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Professor Martin Gorsky: Decolonising global health: what can history contribute? 14.03.24.

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Professor John Edmunds: The Role of Modelling for Decision-Making. 28.02.24.
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Professor John Edmunds: The Role of Modelling for Decision-Making. 28.02.24.

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Mr Nikhil Misra: KnifeSavers. 08.02.24.
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Mr Nikhil Misra: KnifeSavers. 08.02.24.

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Professor Richard Shaw: Early diagnosis of oral cancer. 31.01.24
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Professor Richard Shaw: Early diagnosis of oral cancer. 31.01.24

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Professor Niels Peek: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine - Hype, Horror, or Hope?
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Professor Niels Peek: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine - Hype, Horror, or Hope?

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Dr Gemma Ahearne: Contested perceptions of vulnerability: sex workers and stigma. 18.01.24
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Dr Gemma Ahearne: Contested perceptions of vulnerability: sex workers and stigma. 18.01.24

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Professor Ian Sinha: Child poverty in the UK and its impact on health. 10.01.24
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Professor Ian Sinha: Child poverty in the UK and its impact on health. 10.01.24

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Dr Latifa Patel: Saving our NHS: who will assemble? 14.12.23
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Dr Latifa Patel: Saving our NHS: who will assemble? 14.12.23

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Prof John Wilding: 100 years on from the discovery of insulin, 27.10.22. Inaugural lecture, 22/23.
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Prof John Wilding: 100 years on from the discovery of insulin, 27.10.22. Inaugural lecture, 22/23.

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Professor Susan Jebb: Food you can trust : regulating in a changing world, 23.03.2023
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Professor Susan Jebb: Food you can trust : regulating in a changing world, 23.03.2023

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Dr Gemma Mullen: North West Air Ambulance Charity, 26.1.23. Joint with Merseyside Medico Legal Soc.
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Dr Gemma Mullen: North West Air Ambulance Charity, 26.1.23. Joint with Merseyside Medico Legal Soc.

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Mr Andrew Swift: Covid 19: loss of smell and other factors.
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Mr Andrew Swift: Covid 19: loss of smell and other factors.

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Dr Steve Ryan: Homage to Humulus Lupulus. 3.12.2020. LMI Presidential lecture (virtual).
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Dr Steve Ryan: Homage to Humulus Lupulus. 3.12.2020. LMI Presidential lecture (virtual).

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Professor Raymond Tallis: The attempt to destroy the NHS, 30.03.2015.
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Professor Raymond Tallis: The attempt to destroy the NHS, 30.03.2015.

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RCP 500TH ANNIVERSARY

HISTORY OF MEDICINE LECTURES 2018

The Royal College of Physicians is celebrated its 500th birthday in 2018. In honour of this historic milestone, the Liverpool Medical Institution and the Royal College of Physicians jointly commissioned a series of four public medical history lectures. 

You can find out more about the history of the RCP on their heritage website.

Thursday 22nd March 2018

‘From  the  Street  to  the  Clinic  via  the  Club:   How Medical Communities Emerge and Survive’

Professor Sally Sheard describes the influence of space and place on the development of medicine, with a focus on Rodney Street, Liverpool medicine and the influence, for better or worse, of the medical club.

Chaired by Simon Bowman

Thursday 21st June 2018

‘AIDS: Past, Present & Future’

Professor Colm O'Mahony charts the change over 30 years of this once unknown condition from killer status to chronic management, from media adversity to acceptance and reflects on the amazing science that has brought us to this point. 

Chaired by Professor Sir Ian Gilmore

Thursday 20th September 2018

‘Edward Jenner (1749 - 2018)’

Professor Gareth Williams explores the work and legacy of Edward Jenner. Jenner is often described as the Father of Vaccination, the Founder of Immunology, and one of the most blessed saints in the history of medicine. In fact, he was none of those things, and is all the more fascinating as a result.

And no, that's not a typo in the title!

Chaired by Clive Constable

Thursday 8th November 2018

‘The Royal College of Physicians and the Politics of Healthcare 2018’

Professor Raymond Tallis is a philosopher, poet, novelist and cultural critic and was until recently a physician and clinical scientist. He spoke on the political context of the development of healthcare and the RCP. 

Chaired by Colm O'Mahony

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