The pioneering work of Marjory Warren

Marjory Warren (1897 – 1960) was one of pioneers of both the specialty of Geriatric Medicine and also the┬áMedical Society for the Care of the Elderly (later to become the BGS). In this interview, Michael Denham, a Past-President of the BGS describes her life and work.

 

If you would like to find out more, the BGS have a page with more details on Marjory Warren’s life and also see Michael’s article on the formative years of the BGS. It is often commented that many of the challenges faced by Marjory Warren and her approaches to them remain relevant today.

About this podcast

This is one of a series of podcasts developed by two trainees in Geriatric Medicine – Iain Wilkinson(@geriatricsdoc) and Richard Dodds (@richard__dodds).

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