Doctors Direct Webinars; Natasha McEnroe

Chaired by our Medical Director and Responsible Officer, Helen McGill and a number of prestigious guest speakers, these webinars explore different topics, suitable for all grades and specialties, providing you with thought provoking discussion and a CPD certificate.

We are delighted to welcome Natasha McEnroe on Friday 26th February 12:30-13:30 to host a webinar about the history of medicine at the Science museum, her five favourite objects and the COVID-19 collection.

About the speaker:

Natasha McEnroe is the Keeper of Medicine at the Science Museum in South Kensington, London. Her previous post was Director of the Florence Nightingale Museum, and prior to this she was Museum Manager of the Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy and Curator of the Galton Collection at University College London. From 1997 – 2007, she was Curator of Dr Johnson’s House in London’s Fleet Street, and has also worked for the National Trust and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Natasha was editor of Medicine: An Imperfect Science (Scala, 2019), co-editor of The Medicine Cabinet (Carlton, 2019) and co-editor of The Hospital in the Oatfield – The Art of Nursing in the First World War (Strange Attractor, 2014).

Her research interests focus on 19th-century public health and the history of nursing. She is a Trustee of Dr Johnson’s House in London and of the Erasmus Darwin Museum in Lichfield and is a Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Barbers. Natasha also sits on the National Accreditation Committee for Arts Council England.

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We look forward to seeing you there!