St Paul’s School Medical Society is delighted to announce that Henry Marsh, the renowned neurosurgeon and award-winning writer, will be visiting the School on Friday 1 December at 6.30pm.
His first autobiographical memoir, Do No Harm, was a best-selling but dark and powerfully honest account of his life as a brain surgeon. His second book, Admissions, was equally arresting - delving deeper into his personal and professional lives, his concerns about how to achieve a good death, and, now retired, his frank views on the NHS and future of healthcare in the UK. In what promises to be a memorable evening, Henry will be sharing his thoughts about brain surgery, life and death, and much else in between, and taking questions from the audience.
Tickets are available via Eventbrite on a first come first served basis, and will be open to the whole St Paul's School community and linked schools.
We hope you will join us for this exclusive event.
Date: Friday 1 December, 2017
Time: 6.30pm - 9.00pm
Venue: Wathen Hall, St Paul's School