Sex was not invented in the 1960s
Peter Moore was a GP and forensic medical examiner for thirty years and for ten years the clinical consultant to Devon and Cornwall Police. He has researched the long and controversial history of the law surrounding dubious sexual practices and discovered that over the centuries the laws, verdicts and rulings varied from the unbelievable to the bizarre. Despite today’s Harvey Weinstein and #metoo the past was not always a golden era.
22nd November 2018
18th October 2018
The Surgical Management of Head and Neck Cancer
He has a particular interest in the management of facial deformity and trauma.
David is Service Line Director of Maxillofacial Surgery and Lead Clinician for Head and Neck Surgery.
He is a FRCS Intercollegiate examiner and AOUK European Faculty member.
19th April 2018
Following a Medical Sciences degree at the University of Birmingham Medical School, Dr Stewart went on to graduate in Medicine on the MBChB course in 2010.
He subsequently came to Torquay and never left!
After a two year academic Foundation Training scheme he spent 3 years in mixed medical specialties, before joining the GP training scheme in 2015.
Alongside clinical work, Kyle has established himself as a clinical researcher, innovator and entrepreneur.
His current research with the Watercress Company in Dorset, funded kindly by Torbay Medical Research Fund, will yield novel therapeutic and diagnostic opportunities for front line primary and secondary care clinicians.
22 March 2018
Midwives task-sharing in providing advanced obstetric care in hospitals in rural Liberia
David Southall (UK and Liberia) MBBS, MD, FRCPCH, OBE Professor of Paediatrics and Honorary Medical Director MCAI
David’s main interests include medical education, approaches to
healthcare based on human rights, sustained improvements in the
emergency hospital care of pregnant women and adolescent girls, babies and children in disadvantaged countries, preventing the life-threatening abuse of children, and advocacy against armed conflict and the arms trade and its effects on mothers and children.
Joint meeting with Devon and Somerset Law Society
Richard Leaman CB OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Tall Ships Youth Trust
As a Rear Admiral in the Royal Navy he was awarded the OBE in 1994 for disaster relief services in Eleuthera after Hurricane Andrew and was appointed a Companion of the Order of the Bath in 2009 for creating NATO's first ever Maritime Security Strategy.
Richard has two grown up sons and lives with his wife, Jacqui, in Ascot. In his spare time, he enjoys swimming, music of all forms, any live perfomance, and fly fishing. When allowed, he plays the guitar badly.
18th January 2018
White Ship – Red Crosses: A British Hospital Ship at War
Following her experiences Nicci now works as a voluntary ambassador for The South Atlantic Medal Association (www.sama82.org.uk). All profits from her book, “White Ship – Red Crosses”, are donated to the charity.
Sponsored by the Medical Staff Committee
19th October 2017
Dr Finlay meets Mr Herriot
Dr Paul Watkins MA, PhD, MRCVS
Paul Watkins varied career since qualifying at Cambridge in 1981 has included general veterinary practice, universities and research establishments, and working with surgeons which has led to his research being adopted in clinical practice, both medical and veterinary.
In recent years he has been exploring the historical links between the medical and veterinary professions. He has been a Member of the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons of England since 1998.
A Joint Meeting with Western Counties Veterinary Association, Sponsored by: Torbay Hospital League of Friends