Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and her medical schools Free

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Professor Neil McIntyre discusses the life of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and her role in her medical schools. Neil describes Garrett Anderson's education in the male medical system, and her struggle to provide education for women. Neil covers Garrett Anderson's relationship with Frances Morgan and Sophia Jex-Black, the London School of Medicine for Women, and the Royal Free Hospital.

This lecture was part of 'A celebration of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and 150 years of medicine' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 29th September 2015

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Length: 00:24:39

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00:10:21 - Frances Hoggan
00:18:03 - London School of Medicine for Women
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