Evening Lecture with Dr Beverly Bergman
Monday 5th November 2018, 7pm
Dr Beverly Bergman is a public health doctor and former Army GP. She qualified in medicine in 1976 at the University of Birmingham, and her early years were spent in General Practice, working in Germany, Northern Ireland, Hong Kong, Cyprus and Belize. She then trained in Public Health, becoming a Consultant in 2000 whilst working in the Army Medical Directorate. In 2007, she was appointed Army Parkes Professor of Preventive Medicine, a position she held until her retirement from the Army in 2012 after a full career in the RAMC, finishing in the rank of Colonel. Her last military appointment was as Military Medical Liaison Office to the Scottish Government. She is now an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow where she carries out research into the health of military veterans. She has a long-standing interest in the history of medicine, and especially in the history of military public health. Please join Dr Bergman to find out more on Public Health in the war. We hope to see you there!