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One of Britain’s first black British consultants, pioneering neurologist James Samuel Risien Russell has today been commemorated with an English Heritage London blue plaque.
On 15 July, the Royal College of Physicians Museum will host a free online event exploring the historical and modern-day development of vaccination.
The Royal College of Physicians has opened its doors virtually, offering the public an opportunity to explore 500 years of medical history via their museum’s new online tours.
This International Women’s Day, we’ve taken a look back at the progress we’ve made towards equality for women at the RCP, and we’ve asked some of our female officers and leaders to share their experiences of equality in the workplace.
RCP’s Library, Archive and Museum Services (LAMS) is proud to launch a new website to showcase the College’s rich 500-year history.
In the last post of the week-long series, Dr Emma Vaux talks about her professional role models for International Women's Day 2019.
To celebrate International Women's Day 2019, Dr Thinn Thinn Hlaing highlights the woman who inspired her most, Burmese politician and diplomat Daw Khin Kyi.
As part of our week-long International Women's Day series, Professor Yook-Chin Chia reflects on her relationship with Dr Aishah Ong, the inspiration for her career in medicine.
In the lead up to International Women's Day 2019, Ghanaian doctor, lecturer and advocate, Dr Dzifa Dey, celebrates the strength and resilience of ordinary African women.