The Fitzpatrick Lecture is given annually at the Royal College of Physicians on a subject related to history of medicine. The lecturer, who must be a fellow of the College, is selected by the president and may be chosen to speak for two years successively. The lectures are supported by funds from the Fitzpatrick Trust which was established in 1901 by Agnes Letitia Fitzpatrick with a £2,000 donation in memory of her physician husband Thomas Fitzpatrick. Agnes was influenced by her husband’s close friend, Sir Norman Moore, who persuaded her to choose ‘’history of medicine’’ as a subject. Subsequently, Moore was credited with its idea and implementation.
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^Richards, P. (January 1990). "Leprosy: myth, melodrama and mediaevalism. The FitzPatrick lecture 1989". Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London. 24 (1): 55–62. ISSN0035-8819. PMID2407839.
^Mason, A. S. (October 1993). "Hans Sloane and his friends. The FitzPatrick Lecture 1993". Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London. 27 (4): 450–455. ISSN0035-8819. PMID8289170.
^Baron, J. H. (March 1995). "Art in hospitals. The Fitzpatrick Lecture 1994". Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London. 29 (2): 131–144. ISSN0035-8819. PMID7595886.
^Pyke, D. A. (May 1995). "The great insanity: Hitler and the destruction of German science. The FitzPatrick Lecture 1995". Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London. 29 (3): 199–206. ISSN0035-8819. PMID7658416.
^Tattersall, R. (May 1996). "Frederick Pavy (1829-1911)--the last of the physician chemists. The FitzPatrick Lecture 1996". Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London. 30 (3): 238–245. ISSN0035-8819. PMID8811599.
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