Congratulations to Rev. Dr Victor Barley on a very successful year with thought-provoking and inspiring speakers. The AGM will be in October when Victor will hand over to D. Monika Blackwell. The Programme for Monika's year is outlined below:
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 firstname.lastname@example.org (you can use the Contact Us page if you wish: see the bottom of this page)
Wednesday 11th October 2017
Annual General Meeting
Presidential Address: Plagues and Pestilences: Are there solutions?
Dr Monika Blackwell MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DOccMed
Wednesday 8th November 2017
Long Fox Lecture
Professor Paul Goddard MD FRCR FBIR FHEA
“Plague, Pestilence and War”
Wednesday 13th December 2017
Professor Angus Dalgleish FRCP FRCPPath FMedSci
“HIV and viral causes of cancer”
Wednesday 10th January 2018
Dr Charlie Vivian FRCP
Occupational Health Physician, Icarus Health, Cheltenham
“There is such a thing as society. Exploring the evidence for social determinants of health and disease.”
Wednesday 14th February 2018
An evening of conversation with Dr Monika Blackwell and 2 Junior Doctors
“Compare and contrast”
Jointly with the GP Society.
Wednesday 14th March 2018
Dr Peter Carpenter, Consultant Psychiatrist FRCPsych.
“Plagues of Autism”
Wednesday 11th April 2018
Dr Dilip Nazareth, MBBS MSc MRCP (UK, Resp)
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital
“Pestilence and Persistence: Lessons from Cystic Fibrosis”
Wednesday 9th May 2018
Dr Marek Czajkowski FRCP, Consultant Hepatologist
Newport General Hospital
Obesity and liver disease: lifestyle before liver transplant?
Wednesday 13th June 2018
Dr. (Prof.) Sanjay Gandhi MBBS MD DNB FRCR FHEA
Professor of Radiology, Southmead Hospital
To be held jointly with BAPIO
Wed 11th July 2018
Med-Chi Summer Party (venue: TBC) A summer garden party with Dr Jazz
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 University of Bristol, the John Farndon Memorial Fund, Joyce Oliver Wealth Management, the Wesleyan Assurance Society and Dr Jazz Charitable Funds.