Dr Jane Barrett's presentation on Royal Colleges was excellent and her position as Past president of the Royal College of Radiologists gave her considerable insight into the challenges that lie ahead for Royal Colleges. Jane is pictured above with our president, Revd Dr. Victor Barley.
The programme is shown below for the 143rd session. The next meeting is on 14th December and this will also be our Xmas party....see you there!
Venue: All meetings are at Engineer's House, The Promenade, Clifton unless otherwise advised below. Meal bookings: Please telephone Sam Walker on 07508 792578 or email email@example.com (you can use the Contact Us page if you wish)
Revd Dr Victor Barley.
Long Fox Lecture
Dr Jane Barrett OBE
Past president of the Royal College of Radiologists
“Are Medical Royal Colleges relevant in 2016?”
Dr Steve Falk, Clinical director West of England local research network
“Why clinical research matters in the NHS”
This is also our Christmas Party!!!
Professor Karol Sikora.
CMO Proton Partners International
Dean, University of Buckingham Medical School
“Living Well with cancer”
Dr John Graham, Director of the National Collaborating Centre for Cancer.
“Why are Guidelines needed?”
Jointly with the GP Society.
Mr Anthony Koupparis, Consultant Urological Surgeon, North Bristol Trust.
Dr James Brennan, Chartered Clinical Psychologist.
“Psychological Adjustment to Change (and illness)”
Professor Karen Forbes
Professorial Teaching Fellow and Consultant in Palliative Medicine, University of Bristol and University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust.
“To live well until we die”
Dr Catherine Zollman, Macmillan GP Cancer Lead, Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group, Clinical Lead, Penny Brohn UK, Honorary Lecturer in Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol.
Med-Chi Summer Party at Penny Brohn UK, Pill.
The Bristol whole person approach
Consultants and general practitioners are encouraged to bring their junior colleagues.
Medical and other health students are especially welcome.
The Society gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Spire Hospital, the University of Bristol, the John Farndon Memorial Fund, the Wesleyan Assurance Society, the South West Deanery and Dr Jazz Charitable Funds.