The archive contains material belonging to Professor David Greenfield relating to both his professional and his personal life. The majority of the professional material relates to his time at the University of Nottingham and in particular to the first decade of the Medical School (1966-1976). The personal material reflects his involvement in the wider medical world with invitations and programmes for medical society and university dinners, open days and other events. There is also biographical material relating to Professor Greenfield and his family.
The collection contains:
Working files of papers relating to Professor Greenfield's time at the University of Nottingham, and his membership of professional bodies. Also includes material relating to Professor Greenfield's travel to other countries to assist in the planning of new medical schools and to medical education in general. (PDG 1);
Correspondence files including correspondence with medical colleagues, discussions on medical education and requests for references. Also personal correspondence with work colleagues, mainly relating to visits (PDG 2);
Material relating to Professor Greenfield's attendance at various events including conferences, lectures and social events. (PDG 3). Further cataloguing work is required on these papers and they are not yet available for viewing;
Personal papers including biographical material, memoirs of colleagues and ephemera (PDG 4). Further cataloguing work is required on these papers and they are not yet available for viewing;
Published material including articles written by Professor Greenfield and works collected by him relating to medical education (PDG 5);
Photograph albums showing Professor Greenfield's working life. The majority of the photographs show buildings and colleagues at the Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham. There are also photographs from Professor Greenfield's time at Queen's University Belfast and St Mary's Medical School, London, photographs of various committees and panels of which he was a member and photographs concerning his international work (PDG 6);
Slides of talks given by Professor Greenfield (PDG 7);
Material relating to Professor Greenfield's wife Peggy Greenfield (PDG 8). Further cataloguing work is required on these papers and they are not yet available for viewing.
Further details about the contents of each of the individual series can be found in their individual catalogue entries.