2015 - 2016 142nd session


142nd  Session 2015-2016:    President Lois M Tutton BDS, Msc

Ms Lois Tutton is a retired Bristol Dentist. 

Prof Depack handing over to Lois Tutton 

Wednesday 14th October 2015

Annual General Meeting and Presidential Address

Lois Tutton BDS, MSc General Dental Practitioner, Bristol

“Radical Change by Degrees – A life in practice”

Wednesday 11th November 2015 Long Fox Lecture (jointly with the University of Bristol)

Professor Roy Jones FRCP

Director of RICE (The Research Institute for the Care of Older People), Royal United Hospital, Bath;Honorary Consultant Geriatrician; Honorary Professor, University of Bath. Dementia Specialty Lead, NHS West of England Clinical Research Network.

“Dementia care and research moving forwards: the Tortoise rather than the Hare? 30 years’ experience from RICE and elsewhere.”

Wednesday 9th December 2015

Professor Chris Dean BDS, PhD

Professor of Anatomy (Cell and Developmental Biology, UCL)

“The Piltdown Forgery”

Wednesday 13th January 2016 Jointly with the Bristol Dental Study Club

Peter Bishop BDS, LDS RCS

General Dental Practitioner, Bristol

“Treating medical disorders with dental appliances”

​Lois Tutton with Peter Bishop 

Wednesday 10th February 2016 Jointly with GPSoc, University of Bristol

Professor Gene Feder BSc, MB, BS, MD(Lond) FRCGP

Professor of Primary Health Care, Univ. Bristol

 “Domestic Violence: a health care issue”

Wednesday 9th March 2016

Robotics - a visit to Europe’s largest Robotics laboratory

Frenchay Campus, UWE

Wednesday 13th April 2016 Jointly with the Bristol Medico-Historical Society

Professor Thomas F Baskett FRCOG, FACOG

Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dalhousie University, Halifax

 “The Pill and the Pope”

Lois Tutton with the Basketts

Wednesday 11th May 2016

Three short presentations:

Medical student, Henry Conchie presenting "Adolescent knee pain is associated with patello-femoral osteoarthritis in adulthood"

Sam Thomson Director of Civic and Cultural Engagement in the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education at UWE

"Encouraging the healthy use of Bristol Parks -  the Bristol Parkhive project" (bristolparkhive.com)

An overview of the development of the Bristol Parkhive project using Higher education facilities interacting with grass roots and volunteer-led organisations to provide improved outcomes of civic agendas which will have a long term and meaningful impact for the wider community.

Professor Paul R Goddard Honorary Secretary of Bristol Medico Chirurgical Society"The National Elf Service and the NHS": A lighthearted resumé of the problems besetting Clinical Practice

Wednesday 8th June 2016

Mr. Miles Tutton BSc, FRCS, FRCOphth, DO

 “A Life in Refractive Surgery”

Wednesday 13th July 2016

Med-Chi Summer Party at the home of the Goddards