Affiliated Societies and Organisations

Aberdeen Medico-Chirurgical Society

Email: medchi.admin@abdn.ac.uk

Website:  www.med-chi.co.uk


Bristol Medico-Historical Society
Dr Peter Carpenter
www.bristolmedchi.co.uk/the-bristol-medico-historical-society


British Society for the History of ENT   
www.historyofent.com/


British Society for the History of Paediatrics and Child Health
www.bshpch.com/


British Society for the History of Pharmacy
email: honsec@bshp.org
www.bshp.org


British Society for the History of Radiology
www.bshr.org.uk


Devon and Exeter Medical Society
www.devonexetermedsoc.org


Florence Nightingale Museum
www.florence-nightingale.co.uk/


History of Anaesthesia Society
Hon Secretary: Dr Ann Ferguson
Email: annferguson@doctors.net.uk
www.histansoc.org.uk


History of Medicine Society of Wales
contact Dr Margaret R Jones
Email: margaret.jones80@mac.com
www.homsw.org.uk


Lancaster Medical Museum
contact Dr Bryan Rhodes
email mrbrhodes1@gmail.com


Lindsay Society for the History of Dentistry
contact Dr Brian Williams
Email: brianwilliams14@btinternet.com
https://www.bda.org/museum/Pages/Lindsaysociety.aspx
The British Dental Association has a museum in central London, open to all.


Liverpool Medical History Society
Email: livmedhistorysoc@gmail.com
www.lmi.org.uk/LiverpoolMedicalHistorySociety.aspx


Medical Sciences Historical Society
Hon Secretary, MSHS,  21 St David’s Way, Wickford, SS11 8EX
https://www.ibms.org/about/ibms-history/
A society for the history of the diagnostic medical sciences


Osler Club of London
www.osler.org.uk/


Royal Society of Medicine – History of Medicine Society
Email: history@rsm.ac.uk
Tel: (+44) (0) 20 7290 2985
www.rsm.ac.uk/sections/sections-and-networks-list/history-of-medicine-society.aspx
1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
Section administrator, phone Tel: (+44) (0) 20 7290 2985, email:  history@rsm.ac.uk
For details and events see our notice board and www.rsm.ac.uk/academ/smthisto.php
History of Medicine Publications from the the RSM include The Journal of Medical Biography


The Scottish Society of the History of Medicine
Hon Secretary: Mr Andreas Demetriades EMail: andreas.demetriades@gmail.com
http://sshm.ac.uk


Sheffield Aesculapian Society
contact Dr Stephen Brennan
email  stevebrennan2000@yahoo.co.uk


Suffolk Medical History Society
contact Dr Ted Cockayne
email: ECock86486@aol.com


Surgeons’ Hall Museums Edinburgh
https://museum.rcsed.ac.uk/


Ulster Society for the History of Medicine
www.ums.ac.uk/ushm.html


Wellcome Library
EMail: library@wellcome.ac.uk
wellcomelibrary.org/
Membership of the library is free for anyone with a research or study interest in the history and progress of medicine.
E-registration is available in advance of visiting or to receive news.
As well as extensive document collections the library has a large collection of images, very many of them already available in electronic form.


West Sussex History of Medicine Society
www.wshoms.co.uk


Worcester Medical Museums
There are two medical  museums  in Worcester sharing a common website  www.medicalmuseum.org.uk

George Marshall Medical Museum      curator Louise Price   email louise.price10@nhs.net
The Infirmary                                        curator Mark Macleod   email m.macleod@worc.ac.uk


Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of
London (Faculty of the History and
Philosophy of Medicine and Pharmacy)
Tel: 020 7236 1189    www.apothecaries.org/
The Faculty run two diploma courses. The Diploma in the History of Medicine and the Diploma in Ethics and Philosophy.
Contact: Maria Ferran, Faculty Coordinator Email: facultyhp@apothecaries.org
The Friends of the Archives encourages members of the general public to join with them in helping raise funds for the conservation of the material in the archives and  also helps with the purchase of relevant acquisitions as necessary.
Email: friends@apothecaries.org
Both faculties and friends hold evening lectures with eminent international speakers that are worldly renowned. Memberships are available for all of the above.
The schedule of forthcoming Eponymous lectures  (with subscription supper) is available here.


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