TEACHING ANATOMY FROM CLASSICAL TO MODERN TIMES
The Summer meeting of the Society on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th June 2020 will be held at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
It will take the form of a symposium on anatomy teaching called ‘Teaching Anatomy from Classical to Modern Times’. This will be in association with the British Society for the History of Medicine, Worshipful Society of Apothecaries and the History Society of the Royal Society of Medicine. Members of these societies will qualify for a reduced delegate rate. The aim is to explore the development of anatomy teaching from the earliest times to the present day.
Free papers and posters are welcome from delegates. Submission of abstracts for 15 minute oral papers and for posters will be open from 11 Nov 2019 to 1 March 2020.
Professor Peter Abrahams, Professor of Clinical Anatomy, University of Warwick
Professor Vivian Nutton, Emeritus Professor of the History of Medicine, UCL
Dr Ruth Richardson, Historian and author
SPEAKERS AND FACULTY
Dr Sam Alberti, National Museum of Scotland
Dr Roberta Ballestriero, University of Arts London
Dr Mike Collins, President BSHM
Professor Raffaele De Caro, University of Padova, Italy
Dr Erin Fillmore, University of Warwick
Professor James Garden, University of Edinburgh
Professor Tom Gillingwater, University of Edinburgh
Mr Chris Henry, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Ms Cat Irving, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Professor Stuart McDonald, University of Glasgow
Dr Hilary Morris, Society of Apothecaries of London
Ms Sara Sulaiman, University of Bristol
Professor Richard Tunstall, The University of Warwick
Professor Corinna Wagner, University of Exeter
or by calling +44 (0)114 225 9143/9135
The Autumn Meeting of the Society was held at
The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
on Saturday 12th October 2019 at 2.00 pm
The speakers were:
Dr Hilary Morris
Convener of the Diploma in the History of Medicine of the Society of Apothecaries (DHMSA) Course; Senior Lecturer, Brighton
Protecting the Health of Soldiers and Sailors during the 18th and early 19th Centuries: a reassessment of the role played by Scottish Medicine
Dr John Clark
Forensic Pathologist – Glasgow
From Longwood to Hillhead: Napoleon, Egypt and Scotland
Anthony W. Wildsmith
Professor Emeritus – University of Dundee
Aylett, Alsop, their WW2 Casualty Management and What did kill most Americans at Pearl Harbour?
Dr Maria Dlugolecka-Graham MBE
Polish School of Medicine Coordinator for The University of Edinburgh
The Polish School of Medicine (at Edinburgh WW2)– the doors that wouldn’t close!?