The new series of inaugural lectures starts on 11 May with three short lectures from Professors Gill McGauley, Annie Bartlett and Gill Mezey.

All staff and students are warmly invited to attend the lectures, which will take place at 5.30pm in the Michael Heron Lecture Theatre.

The lectures will be followed by a reception in room H2.6 on the second floor of Hunter Wing.

Lectures are as follows:

  • "Undoing the moment" by Professor Gill McGauley. At St George's, Professor McGauley is Head of The Centre for Clinical Education, which is home to our Medicine (MBBS) programme and our Postgraduate Diploma in Physician Associate Studies. She is a Professor of Forensic Psychotherapy and Medical Education. 

  • "I blame Kafka: institutions, madness and social exclusion" by Professor Annie Bartlett, who is Professor in Offender Healthcare at St George’s. She is an experienced university teacher and was Course Director of the MSc and Diploma in Forensic Mental Health at St George's for 15 years.

  • “That which doesn't kill us makes us stronger - trauma, victimhood and survival" by Professor Gill Mezey. Professor Mezey has worked at St George’s and Springfield Hospital as a clinical consultant and academic forensic psychiatrist since 1991.

To register for the event, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject line ‘inaugural lecture’.