'War is the only school for a Surgeon, Medical Developments during the Great War' by Peter Starling
09 Mar

Peter Starling is a retired Director of the Army Medical Services Museum and a former RAMC officer. He lectures on the medical aspects of the First World War and has led battlefield tours concentrating on medical aspects of the war including the Western Front,  Gallipoli and various Second World War battlefields.  He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

The First World War was a great learning curve for the medical care of the wounded soldier and his talk "War is the only school of the Surgeon, Medical Developments during the Great War" examines the improvements that took place as the war progressed. 

Meeting Rooms, 3 Merrial Street, Newcastle under Lyme, ST5 2AD
09 Mar 2020 18:30