Thank you Afifah for your work on these lecture notes. It is not a complete history of the lectures given at WSHOMS over the years, but a very good representation.
1: Veiled Warriors: Allied Nurses of the First World War”.
2: “Wounded – The Long Journey Home from The Great War”
1: Disease and Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt
2: ‘Resusci Anneʼ
1: The Materia Medica of the 19th Century
2: The History of Tonsillectomy
1: Tradesmenʼs Tokens
2: The extreme difficulties with, and the huge improvements in, wound management in warfare.
1: S A Kinnier Wilson of the eponymous Wilsonʼs Disease
2: Artistsʼs Eyes: Oscar Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh
1: “A Glass of Wine Before Visiting the Sick: The Clinical Sense of James Lind”
2: ‘Beethoven: His Life and His Musicʼ
1: World War 1 and the birth of Maxillo-Facial Surgery
2: Did the President of the Royal College of Physicians help Churchill win the war?
1: Tuberculous Lives from Smollet to Orwell
2: Darwin and the Doctors
1: Fothergill, Lettsom, Priestly / Scrofula, Gout and Dropsy
1: Healing Rituals in West Sussex / Syphilis and War
2: Syphilis and War – the necessary requirement for an epidemic
1: Graylingwell War Hospital, 1915 – 1919 Lecture
2: Malta, the ‘Hospital Islandʼ
1: Armistice Day lecture
2: ‘The Life And Legacy of Professor Dr Nikolai Pirogovʼ
1: The History of the Study of Human Movement
2: Dracula: Myth and Medicine