The 1967 BAUS Annual Scientific Meeting took place from 21 to 24 June 1967 at The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London and The Royal Society of Medicine, Wimpole Street, London.
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Members and guests were invited to a Drinks Reception at Chandos House, Queen Anne Street, London on the evening of Wednesday 21 June.
In the afternoon of 22 June, members transferred to the Royal Society of Medicine where Mr JD Fergusson delivered the Winsbury-White Lecture on "Urological records".
The Annual Dinner took place in the evening at the Royal College of Surgeons and was attended by 224 members and guests. During the dinner, the St Peter's Medal was awarded to Mr David Innes Williams.
On 23 June, a session was held on "Urinary diversion" followed by a film on "Transurethral prostatectomy" by Dr Herbert Brendler (pictured lower right) of Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York.
In the evening, 110 members and guests attended a supper at the United University Club, Suffolk Street, London, followed by a trip to the Theatre Royal, Haymarket.
To round off the meeting, clinico-pathological demonstrations and discussions were held on 24 June at the Institute of Urology, the Middlesex Hospital and St Mary's Hospital.
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