‘Exploring the interplay of medicine and architecture today and in Victorian Dublin’ is the theme of the forthcoming St Luke’s Symposium Heritage Centre Lecture, held on Tuesday, 14 October from 10am to 3:15pm at 6 Kildare Street, Dublin. This symposium is free of charge and open to healthcare professionals and the public. These lectures will explore the interplay between soma medicine and architecture, both today and 150 years ago when the College’s home at No 6 Kildare Street was built. Afterwards, applicants for the annual RCPI History of Medicine Award will present their shortlisted entries and the winner will be chosen.
For more information on agenda, speakers and online booking, please go to: http://www.rcpi.ie/course.php?pageID=1074
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