Ros Stanwell Smith invites you to walk around the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in Keppel Street, in the part of London’s West End known as Bloomsbury. She points out the names of famous heroes of public health inscribed on the School building, as well as discussing some who have different links with the School. History professor at the School, Virginia Berridge adds her thoughts about some of the significant personalities responsible for improving health for all in Britain and all around the world.
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