Crossbencher Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, a former GP and president of the Royal Society of Medicine, said the Government's Health and Social Care Bill did not place enough emphasis on treating those with complex conditions.
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PRS stands for President of the Royal Society
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00 Hardcover RC960 Cook, a former President of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (1993-95), writes this history of the Society's first fifty years (1907-57) which will be of interest to historians and clinicians with an interest in tropical medicine, in British colonialism, and to Society fellows.
Also collecting honorary degrees next week will be Professor David Phillips, president of the Royal Society of Chemistry, philosopher of religion and theologian Professor John Hick and Financial Times markets editor Christopher Adams, who will be named Alumnus of the Year.
Theoretical astrophysicist Martin J Rees, Master of Trinity College and former president of the Royal Society, the highest leadership position within British science, has just received the 2011 Templeton Prize - the annual award from the John Templeton Foundation to award individuals who in the late Sir Templeton's words could be branded "entrepreneurs of the spirit.
s Astronomer Royal, was awarded this year's Templeton Prize mutual fund pioneer John Templeton, who won the Nobel Prize, who won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1993, said Rees could not have accepted the prize while he was president of the Royal Society.
Newton himself was elected president of the Royal Society in 1703, an office he held until his death in 1727.
Rees, who is also the President of the Royal Society, continued: "The problem is that we're looking for something very much like us, assuming that they at least have something like the same mathematics and technology.
22 (Petra) -- Her Royal Highness Princess Rajwa bint Ali President of the Royal Society of Fine Arts (RSFA) received French Minister of Culture and Communication Frederic Mitterrand.