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Obituary: Melville Robert Fell (Peter Fell)
Mr President, Members of Council – we have lost a colourful, gregarious character with a great zest for life, be it in hospital, or at the Royal College, or undertaking his love of golf, opera, fast cars and good food and wine. Early in their
Obituary: Jean Murray Jones
Jean Murray Jones was born in South Australia 30/10/21. She moved to Perth as a small child in 1925 when her father was appointed Chief Veterinary Officer of Western Australia.  She returned to South Australia to attend University, there being no
Obituary: Rees Lloyd-Jones
Born: 13 June 1925Died: 27 September 2011 Rees Lloyd-Jones was born in Pwllheli, Caernarfonshire, North Wales. He was the only child of Griffith and Marie Lloyd Jones; his father was a farmer and garage owner. They were Welsh speaking and strict
Obituary: David Stanley Sharp
David Stanley Sharp studied medicine in London and graduated in 1966. He then became a Senior Registrar in Manchester and rotated through St Mary’s in the early 70’s, until becoming a Consultant at North Manchester General Hospital in 1980 until
Obituary: David Bradshaw Stewart
Founding Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology UCWI/UWI: 1953 - 1970 David Stewart (DBS) was born in 1916 in Winnipeg, Canada. His father was a distinguished Canadian tuberculosis physician who was the medical superintendent of Manitoba's TB
A letter from Sussex Place, March 2013
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes… Unfortunately I have to declare a tiny conflict of interest this month! I was born in Liverpool and I am delighted at the prospect of returning this coming June to attend the RCOG World Congress 2013.Thus, you may
A letter from Sussex Place, August 2013
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes... The word "census" originated in Rome from the Latin word censere ("to estimate"). In ancient times the census played a crucial role in the administration of the Roman Empire, as it was used to determine taxes.
A letter from Sussex Place, October 2013
Ian Currie, Vice President, UK Affairs, writes… Some things in life are a certainty. I can guarantee you are going to get old, and that it is going to happen faster than you appreciate. You probably won't see it coming and you will just be living your
Volunteering with RCOG Heritage
Help us keep the College’s fascinating heritage alive The RCOG’s unique and specialised heritage collections are open to Members and Fellows of the College, researchers and other stakeholders, and the RCOG Heritage team is keen to promote this
A letter from Sussex place, April 2014
Clare McKenzie, Vice President for Education, writes… The World Congress in Hyderabad this year was a great success – the scientific programme covered all aspects of our specialty and generated a lot of healthy debate. The social programme was very

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