Volume 36. 'The Development of Sports Medicine in Twentieth-century Britain'
- The Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL
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Series consists of papers, correspondence, photographs, cassette tapes and digital material related to the seminar on "The Development of Sports Medicine in Twentieth-century Britain", which was held at the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL, on 29 June 2007. The seminar was part of the Wellcome Witnesses to Twentieth Century Medicine meetings also known as the Witness Seminars. The transcript of this seminar was published as Volume 36 of the Witness Seminar series, L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey (editors), The Development of Sports Medicine in Twentieth-century Britain, (London: Wellcome Trust, 2009).
The participants for the seminar were; Sir Roger Bannister; Dr Malcolm Bottomley; Dr Ian Burney; Professor John Elfed Davies; Professor Charles Galasko; Dr Robin Harland; Dr Vanessa Heggie; Barry Hill; Professor Michael Hobsley; Dr Michael Hutson; Professor Monty Losowsky; Professor Domhnall MacAuley (Chair); Rose Macdonald; Professor Moira O'Brien; Dr Malcolm Read; Professor Peter Sperryn; Dr Tilli Tansey; Professor Harry Thomason; Dr Dan Tunstall Pedoe; and Sally Williams.
The editors of the published transcript were L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey with an introduction by John Lloyd Parry.
The meeting advisers and organisers were Dr Ian Burney and Dr Daphne Christie.
Others present at the meeting included; Richard James; Dr Patrick Milroy; Dr John Lloyd Parry; and Professor Clyde Williams.
Apologies sent by; Professor Mark Batt; Dr Richard Budgett; Dr Neil Carter; Dr John Clegg; Dr Tom Crisp; Professor Mike Cronin; Professor Michael Cullen; Dr Wendy Dodds; Peter Hamlyn; Professor Steve Harridge; Alan Hodson; Professor Graham Holloway; Dr Rodney Jaques; John B. King; Professor Greg McLatchie; Professor Jerry Morris; Professor Peter Radford; Dr James Robson; Professor Craig Sharp; Professor Neil Spurway; Dr Peter Thomas; Dr Simon Till; Dr Mike Turner; Dr Brian Walker; Professor John West; and Professor Archie Young.Digital material includes recordings, papers and photographs relating to the seminar and can be found under General COrrespondence and Transcripts.