6 October 2018 until 2 March 2019
How do medical innovations change our lives? Explore some fascinating themes with our expert guest speakers.
Saturday 6th October
How technology improved how we hear: A timeline of progress, Professor Christopher H Raine MBE, Bradford Royal Infirmary.
Carved Cadavers: Morality and Mortality Uncovered, Dr Christina Welch, The University of Winchester
Saturday 3rd November
The Sieve and the System: Triage in the First World War, Marie Allitt, University of York
The Remarkable History of Benign Paroxysmal Vertigo, Professor Tjasse Bruintjes, Utrect University
Saturday 1st December
A Very Short History of Anatomy, Professor Susan Standring, Kings College, London
Post-Roentgen: A Brief History of the Development of Radiographs and Diagnostic Imaging in Clinical Medicine, Professor Maryann Hardy, University of Bradford
Saturday 5th January
The Apprentice and His Sorcerer: Edward Jenner and John Hunter, Professor Gareth Williams, Bristol University
Thomas Wakley’s “Irresponsible, Unreformed Monstrosity”: The Medical Royal Colleges, Professor Sir James Underwood, University of Sheffield
Saturday 2nd February
Stannington Sanitorium: The UK’s First Children’s Sanatorium, Susan Wood, Northumberland Archives
What Lies Beneath?: Using clinical radiographs to study Tuberculosis in Paleopathology, Rebecca Cessford, University of Hull
Saturday 2nd March
DNA Revolution, Dr George Follows, Cambridge University Hospitals
The post-antibiotic era: a palaeopathological deja vu, Professor Keith Manchester, University of Bradford.
Doors open at 9.30am. Mid-session refreshments are provided during the interval. Lectures start at 10am and finish by 12.30pm.
Whole course: Adult £93, Friend/concession £80
Single session: Adult £17, Friend/concession £14.50
To book, call 0113 205 6525
20 free places available on each lecture for students. To claim your free place email: firstname.lastname@example.org