By John H. Hunt (auth.), John Fry OBE, MD, FRCS, FRCGP, R. J. F. H. Pinsent OBE, MD, Hon.FRCGP (eds.)
John P. Horder, President, 1980-82 the 1st 30 years of the varsity were an exhilarating event for these such a lot heavily concerned. a few have already handed on, yet this account has been written quickly adequate for plenty of of the actors to be historians. destiny contributors of the school should be thankful to them for what they've got written, in addition to for what they did as a remarkably decided and harmonious staff. scholars of 20th century medication during this kingdom may also be thankful for a first-hand account of the advance of an establishment which has been heavily linked to, and in part answerable for, vital adjustments in therapy and schooling. those that learn those pages may perhaps ask yourself how the developers of this younger university can have came across time to do a lot normal perform. They did. the 3 editors of this background, which covers 25 years, and the final practitioner contributors of the guidance Committee all ran huge practices, within which they labored very tough all through that point. such a lot in their paintings for the varsity used to be performed in the course of off-duty hours, weekends and vacations. the school couldn't have built because it did, had they now not been in my opinion eager about the sensible difficulties and wishes of scientific drugs. this can be additionally real of some of the members. it really is very unlikely to say every person who merits credits. The editors wish that they are forgiven for any severe omissions.
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Through the generosity of Reginald Graham, the College moved its headquarters on March 11 1958, from 54 Sloane Street to 41 Cadogan Gardens, London SW3 (see Chapter XV). The Medical Recording Service (see Chapter IX), under John and Valerie Graves, began work this year, helped by a generous grant from Smith, Kline and French Laboratories Ltd. It proved to be an enormous success. At the Annual General Meeting on November 22 1958, further Honorary Fellows were elected, including Albert Schweitzer, OM.
It will bring fresh hope to many young 31 A HISTORY OF THE RCGP practitioners and a fresh incentive to the many medical students who see in general practice a career that will satisfy their highest ambitions. It also published our report in full as a supplement to its January issue. Medical Press (December 31 1952)5 referred to the foundation of the College in its leading article as one of the great events of the past year. Medical World (leading article, January 1953) wrote 6 : Medical men and women, whether general or special, must welcome the foundation of this new College.
L' . -ik( ~'t" C~ VJaxL ~/~. ~u ryN,-",r. t. ~ THE BIRTH OF THE COLLEGE 7 NAMES, ADDRESSES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF SUBSCRIBERS 3. Plate 2 (continued) 27 A HISTORY OF THE RCGP reorientation of ideas about his capabilities and correct responsibilities, with a steadily growing conviction that general practice is fundamentally as important as the specialties, and that it cannot be controlled altogether by specialist organizations. General practitioners have been in the past, and must be in the future, good doctors practising medicine in their own right; they are essential to the heart and soul of medicine.
A History of the Royal College of General Practitioners: The First 25 Years by John H. Hunt (auth.), John Fry OBE, MD, FRCS, FRCGP, R. J. F. H. Pinsent OBE, MD, Hon.FRCGP (eds.)