Assorted talks, 1942-8, mainly related to Army Blood Transfusion Service and Sulphonomides work

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In file marked 'Various speeches, lectures, Papworth Guild 1948 etc' in Lady Whitby's hand. Handwritten talks to various recipients, mainly 1942-44, including Rotarians in Bristol, Cheltenham and Aldershot. Includes: Nov 1943 handwritten report relating to Whitby's tour of hospitals in North Africa, June-July 1943; handwritten notes for William Withering Lecture, Birmingham University, 20 May 1943, re 'Sulphonomide drugs in medical practice'; 'The Choice of Sulphonomide Drugs', 5 March 1943; 'Second Thoughts on Shock', Nov 1943; Notes on 'Laboratory control of transfusion work', 1942; 'Blood Groups and Blood Grouping', 5 March 1942; brief notes for talk 'On personal service' in Bristol, c1939-40. Also includes talk to the Papworth Guild, 1948.

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DCPP/WHI/2/3/1