Correspondence and papers relating to Stopford's membership of the National Council for Pastoral and Medical Co-operation. The Council was set up in 1936, when it was known as the Archbishop of York's Committee of Doctors and Clergy, to encourage co-operation between clergy and medical practitioners. Most of its work appears to have related to the relationship between religion and psychology and psychotherapy. Papers include the report on work undertaken for the Council by Miss A. Graham Ikin, the organising secretary and lecturer.
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