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Duration: 1:01:01 | Added: 23 Sep 2021
Derek Hockaday interviews Joe Smith, consultant urologist, 18 November 2013.

Topics discussed include: (00:00:17) coming to Oxford, the adoption of pure urology across the country; (00:06:30) start of appointment in Oxford, 7 July 1966, other surgeon colleagues; (00:13:30) establishing urology as a separate subject; (00:14:34) the Churchill Hospital and Radcliffe Infirmary, junior surgeon duties; (00:18:45) Oxford standards compared to other places including University College Hospital, London and United States; (00:21:30) Boder Von Galtz; (00:22:40) micturating cystogram and spinning top urethra; (00:26:12) lecturing medical instruments sales staff about urology; (00:26:55) quality of nursing at Oxford and medical students; (00:29:01) operating theatres and Towler theatres; (00:31:53) Frank Ellis; (00:34:19) national meetings; (00:37:18) giving up general surgery; (00:41:16) interaction with various professors and giving up research sessions; (00:46:54) involvement in first transplantation of kidney; (00:49:08) president of various committees/unions; (00:51:00) development of the Oxford Medical School, 1966; (00:53:44) early childhood in Lancaster, choosing London over Manchester to train and post-qualification. Note the following sections of audio are redacted: 00:08:07-00:08:30; 00:11:26-00:11:34; 00:36:29-00:36:41; 00:43:54-00:44:05; 00:44:43-00:45:40 and 00:48:19-00:48:31.

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