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Discovering she was autistic helped make sense of everything for Dr Mary Doherty (@autisticdoctor). She describes the joys of building a community of autistic doctors.
The Turner-Warwick lectures are probably best known for celebrating the life and achievements of its namesake – Dame Margaret Turner-Warwick, but for trainees, the scheme is a platform for showcasing research at the national level.
Now in its second year, the 2020 RCP Turner-Warwick lectures are in full swing with many regions’ submission coming to a close over the next 6 months.
Medical student Alexandra Adams talks about her journey towards becoming the first deafblind doctor in Britain.
Dr Emma Tremaine talks about how being diagnosed with dyspraxia lead her to inspire others to follow in her footsteps.
The 2020 Turner-Warwick lecture scheme is now well underway with applications coming in from across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
With the Turner-Warwick lectures for 2020 recently launched, we spoke to some of the winners from the 2019 lecture scheme to find out more about their experiences with the scheme and what advi
After a skiing accident left him paralysed from the chest down, Dr Tom Wells FRCP still found the strength to become a doctor.