The medicinal garden has been designed to be a wonderfully calm space in the centre of London. One of the joys of the garden is its unique and bespoke collections of plants that offer living examples of the history of medicine, ranging from the era of the pyramids of Egypt to today’s life-saving prescription drugs.
The medicinal plant lecture series was started so we could share stories and information about the garden and the history of medicine. We are delighted to host these events 2-3 times throughout the year.
At each event, you can look forward to lectures given by speakers in the field and a tour of the garden for those who attend in-person.
The first event of 2023 will take place on Tuesday 30 May, and can be attended in person at RCP Regent's Park or online via the RCP Player.
2pm Welcome and introduction
2.05pm A living museum: the college's medicinal garden
Dr Noel Snell, garden fellow, Royal College of Physicians
2.55pm Question and answer session
3pm Refreshments and garden tours
4pm Mr Nicholas Culpeper: The lay 'herbalist' who fuelled a revolution in early modern medicine
Professor Michael Farthing, honorary professor, University College London Medical School
4.55pm Question and answer session
5pm End of session
How to book
This webinar will be hosted on our online streaming platform, RCP Player.
You can register directly with the RCP Player, or by clicking on the 'book now' button.
Please note that you can enter the live webcast up to 15 minutes before the start time of 2pm.
This virtual event is free to attend for RCP subscribing members and fellows.
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