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It is with sadness that we report the death of Keith Duguid of Bearsden, Glasgow, Scotland on Thursday the 5th of March 2015.
Keith trained in Medical Photography at Manchester Royal Infirmary under Dr. Robert Ollerenshaw in the 1960s, and was later deputy to Dr. Peter Hansell at the Department of Medical Photography and Illustration at Westminster Medical School in central London.
He was subsequently appointed Director of Medical Illustration at the University of Aberdeen were he ran a highly successful multi-disciplinary media department.
Keith was also very active in both the Institute's educational affairs and as a former Editor of the Journal of Audio-Visual Media in Medicine.
Keith's funeral is on Friday. Details as follows:
Bishopbriggs Community Church
21 Park Avenue
The Eagle Lodge
2 Hilton Road