Saturday 28th April 2012, 4 University Gardens, University of Glasgow, Glasgow UK

9.30-10.00: Registration

10.00-10.15: Opening: David Shuttleton and Gavin Miller

10.15-11.15: Panel 1, Chair: Gavin Miller

Allan Beveridge: The History of Psychiatry: Some Personal Observations

John Callender: Psychopathic Personality: Analysis of the Concept

11.15-11.30: Break

11.30-13.00: Panel 2, Chair: David Shuttleton

Matthew Smith: Mixing with Medics: Interacting with Medical Health Professionals on their Turf

Andrew Gardiner: All Sources Great and Small: approaching the history of animal medicine

Iain Smith: Why Historicise?-Lessons from the study of addictive substances in the modern era

13.00-14.00: Lunch Break

14.00-15.30: Panel 3, Chair: Megan Coyer

Desmond Ryan:  From the ‘therapy of the word’ to ‘concordance’: is the freedom of the patient the basis of the humanity of the doctor?

Jane Macnaughton: ‘Risking Enchantment’: how are we to view the smoking person?

Tim Thornton: Clinical Judgment and the Medical Humanities 

15.30-16.00: Coffee Break

16.00-17.00: Plenary, Chair: Gavin Miller

Maria Vaccarella: ‘Narrative Epileptology: Theory into Practice’

17.00-17.15: Closing Remarks: Gavin Miller & David Shuttleton

This is a free event open to clinicians and academics (including students), but places are limited, 

and we need to know numbers in advance. To register, please email the Project Assistant, Dr. Megan Coyer.