Sir Alan Aird Moncrieff, CBE FRCP FRCOG MRCS LRCP JP

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Sir Alan Aird Moncrieff, CBE FRCP FRCOG MRCS LRCP JP

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Birthplace: Bournemouth, Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom
Death: July 24, 1971 (69)
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About Sir Alan Aird Moncrieff, CBE FRCP FRCOG MRCS LRCP JP

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Sir Alan Aird Moncrief CBE FRCP FRCOG MRCS LRCP JP (9 October 1901, Bournemouth – 24 July 1971) was a British born paediatrician and professor emeritus at University of London. He was most notable for developing the first premature-baby unit in 1947. It was Moncrief who recognized and developed the concept of daily parental visits to the ward, which he developed while at Great Ormond Street, well before the need for this became recognised, and with his ward sister, published an article on Hospital Visiting for Children in 1949.

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Sir Alan Aird Moncrieff, CBE FRCP FRCOG MRCS LRCP JP's Timeline

1901
October 9, 1901
Bournemouth, Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom
1971
July 24, 1971
Age 69