10.45-11.10am - Registration and coffee
11.10am - Welcome to the meeting – Professor Linda Luxon
11.15–11.50am - Philanthropy in Italy revisited – The Grand Tour and Italian hospitals. Professor Edward Chaney, professor of Fine and Decorative Arts, Southampton Solent University
11.50am–12.25pm - Everyday life in Southern India: a photographic portrait of farming and fishing communities in the Indian subcontinent. Professor Hermon Dowling, former elected member of the RCP Council and active member of the Quincentennial Society committee.
12.25–12.30pm - Association business
12.30–2pm - Four-course lunch
2-2.35pm - The Tribes of the Golden Triangle. Ms Carol Turner. Worked for an adventure travel company in the remote parts of Asia and involved in setting up a school in the Tibetan mountains.
2.35–3.10pm - Joseph Banks for the 21st century – a new endeavour. Dr Sandy Knapp, merit researcher and head of algae, Fungi and Plants Division at the Natural History Museum
3.10–3.45pm - The remarkable story of the Jews of Ethiopia. Rabbi Chaim Weiner, formerly Rabbi of Edgware Masorti synagogue and New London synagogue, and director of the European Masorti Bet Din and of the European region of the Masorti movement
3.45- 4.30pm - Tea and coffee