Senior Fellows Forum Event - Wednesday 25 March 2020

Wednesday 25 March 2020
Venue address: 
The Royal College of Radiologists, 63 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3JW
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The March 2020 Senior Fellows Forum event will feature talks from Dr Stewart Coltart on Becket 850 years on: an enigma wrapped in a mystery, Professor Peter Abrahams on Michelangelo: sculptor in bronze – anatomical whodunit, and Professor Barry Kelly on To see ourselves as others see us: doctors in art, literature, film and television.

The event will also offer delegates the chance to go on either a walking tour – Harley Street: Healers and hoaxers, or a guided tour of London Tower Bridge.

This event is open to all fully or nearly retired members, plus one guest.  Please note places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

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Wednesday 25 March 2020

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Arrival and registration



Chair – Prof Bob Grieve


Becket 850 years on, an enigma wrapped in a mystery.

Dr Stewart Coltart



Michelangelo sculptor in bronze - an anatomical whodunnit

Professor Peter Abrahams





"To see ourselves as others see us: doctors in art, literature, film and television."

Professor Barry Kelly






Group A Walking tour- RCP: Harley St: Healers and hoaxers

Groups B& C Guided tour of London Tower Bridge

Group A – Meet at RCP at 2.15pm

Group B&C – Make own way to Tower Bridge for 2.15pm


Contact us

For any queries relating to this event please contact

Professional Learning and Development
The Royal College of Radiologists
63 Lincoln's Inn Fields


Tel: 020 7406 5942



RCR Member Rate: £45.00
Non-member Rate: £55.00

Your fee includes the lecture programme and a choice of one of two walking tours:

  • Harley Street walking tour
  • Guided tour of London Tower Bridge

You will be able to inform us of your choice when making your booking. 

Online booking, using a credit or debit card, is available to Fellows and members; to use this facility select the 'Book Online' button below.

Members can also book their guests to this event online, by following the link below, but we will contact you after the booking is confirmed for the guest name and any dietary or accessiblity requirements.

Book online

The Conference and Programmes office do have their own privacy policy, should you wish to review this ahead of making your booking. 

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Venue information

The Royal College of Radiologists

63 Lincoln's Inn Fields
United Kingdom

Walking tours

Walking Tour - Harley Street: Healers and Hoaxers 

The tour begins with a short tour of the Royal College of Physicians: Sir Frederick Treves, discoverer of the Elephant Man, and speech therapist Lionel Logue (the non-royal star of ‘The King’s Speech’) both worked here, as did the ‘King of the Quacks’, John St John Long.

Discover the very medical address where budding doctor Arthur Conan Doyle created both Sherlock Holmes and one of the world’s most famous fictional physicians, Dr Watson.

Appropriately, our journey sweeps through Cavendish Square to see a hygienic statue made entirely from soap and catch a glimpse of a number of the country’s most venerable medical institutions including The King’s Fund and Royal College of Nursing.

We conclude on Portland Place near the home of the ‘keepers of consciousness’ at the Association of Anaesthetists and house of the first Baronet of Park Crescent.

Guided tour of London Tower Bridge

Discover the history of the bridge through the stories of those that designed, constructed and maintained it. Combining key facts with anecdotes, the personal guided tour brings the bridge to life, gazing through the glass floors and going into the Victorian engine rooms once powered by the bridges gates. It is the ultimate way to experience London’s defining landmark.



Cancellation must be given in writing or by email to the Senior Fellows Forum administrator

No transfer or refunds are permitted if cancellations are made less than ten working days before the event.