Heritage

“Few Heads with Knowledge so Inform’d” – Robert Burns and Phrenology

“Few Heads with Knowledge so Inform’d” – Robert Burns and Phrenology

In the latest edition of our membership magazine “voice”, our Digital Heritage Officer Kirsty Earley discusses Scotland’s National Poet and the history of the brain. You can read this below. College Members can read the full edition of “voice” by logging into their online dashboard account.

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Great Minds: The Brain in Medicine, Surgery and Psychiatry

Great Minds: The Brain in Medicine, Surgery and Psychiatry

Writing for the latest edition of our membership magazine “voice”, our Deputy Head of Heritage Ross McGregor explains the College’s new exhibition. College Members can read the full magazine through our website.

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Guest blog: The First Women Licentiates

Guest blog: The First Women Licentiates

In a guest post by our Honorary Librarian, Dr Morven McElroy looks at the stories of the first women licensed to practice medicine and surgery at the College in the 19th century.

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A Distinctly Scottish Surgeon? Uncovering Police Surgery in 19th Century Scotland

A Distinctly Scottish Surgeon? Uncovering Police Surgery in 19th Century Scotland

Writing for our quarterly membership magazine “voice”, our College’s Deputy Head of Engagement – Heritage, Ross McGregor reveals our recent work with the University of Glasgow to uncover the city’s criminal past.

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Celebrating 320 years

Celebrating 320 years

2018 marks the 320th anniversary of the establishment of the College’s Library and the Committee that was formed to run it. Here we will consider this rich history and look ahead to what kind of library our members need in the future.

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Doors Open Day

Doors Open Day

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow will take part in Doors Open Day on 16 September 2018.

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