If you’ve been enjoying #Queen Charlotte: A @Bridgerton Story, you might have been wondering about the real people that it is based on. Read on for more on George III’s illness and the two(!) Dr Monros…
PHD student Olivia Langford explores the use of breast milk in early modern treatments.
As part of South Asian Heritage month, guest blogger Dr Theeba Krishnamoorthy researches the fascinating career of Dr Kadambini Ganguli, the the first Indian woman physician to graduate and practice Western Medicine in India.
Caitlin Rankin-McCabe PhD candidate and guest blogger continues with part two of La Bell Époque: A Century of Julia Bell
Caitlin Rankin-McCabe PhD candidate and guest blogger explores the life and work of Dr Julia Bell
As part of South Asian Heritage month, guest blogger Dr Theeba Krishnamoorthy researches the fascinating career of Dr Annie Wardlaw Jagannadham, the first Indian woman qualified to practice medicine in Britain.
Archives Manager Pamela Forde explores 75 years of the National Health Service, a major part of the UK’s welfare state.
On 14 June, as part of the London Festival of Architecture, a group of students photographed our iconic building with the support and guidance of professional photographer Theo Deproost - take a look at some of the fantastic results.
Volunteers' Week - Part 2
Volunteers' Week is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering in their communities.
Join us in this 2 part series in celebrating the work of the volunteers of the RCP Archives, Heritage library, and Museum team.