A transcript of a conversation between Dr Hugh Morriston Davies and Sam Jones and Dyfnallt Morgan, both of the B.B.C. The transcript was made prior to a broadcast of a portrait of Dr Davies made in September 1960. Also included are particulars of his career and published works.
Dr Hugh Morriston Davies' Conversation
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- Dates of Creation1960
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
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Administrative / Biographical History
Dr Hugh Morriston Davies, the eminent thoracic surgeon was born in 1879. In 1917 he lost the use of his right hand and had to learn to operate with his left. He died in 1965.
This is how N.P. Naef of the University of Lausanne Medical School, Switzerland describes him : By destiny a surgeon as well as a physician, Morriston Davies was probably the earliest advocate of interdisciplinary teamwork in thoracic medicine.
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Description compiled by Elen Wyn Simpson, September 2003.
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