Details on lectureships by nomination at the Royal College of Physicians.
During 2011 we carried out a major review of the trust funds which provide funding for the numerous lectureships endowed to the RCP. It has become apparent that there is now insufficient annual income from several of these funds to support the lectureships originally endowed; these lectures will therefore be discontinued or appointed only in exceptional circumstances.
As a result of these decisions, we are now only seeking nominations for the following lectureships:
- Croonian lecture – on any aspect of medicine or surgery, to be delivered by an RCP fellow
- FitzPatrick lecture – on the history of medicine, to be delivered by an RCP fellow
- Samuel Gee lecture – on any topic
- Harveian Oration – an eminent fellow who has made a significant impact to medicine in its widest sense, often through scientific achievement.