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Date and time
Tuesday, May 12, 2020 - 16:00 to 17:30
Address
Castle Drive
Chester
Cheshire
CH1 1SL
United Kingdom

About the Event

To celebrate the bicentenary of Florence's birth on 12 May and the International Year of the Nurse, find out more about how Florence Nightingale has inspired nurses to the present day.

Dr Elizabeth Mason-Whitehead, Professor of Health and Social Care and Head of Chester Medical School at the University of Chester, will talk about Florence Nightingale’s life and her legacy for the profession in an online event via Microsoft Teams. There will also be an opportunity for participants to ask questions using the text function. Anyone is welcome to join this free event and full joining instructions will be sent to everyone who sends an email to fhsc.histsoc@chester.ac.uk indicating that they would like to register.

The University of Chester’s Faculty of Health and Social Care Historical Society aims to unite individuals with an interest in medicine, nursing, midwifery and social work across the University and the wider community. The Society meets regularly for a range of talks and discussion and anyone with an interest in health and social care or social history is welcome to attend.

Host: Faculty of Health and Social Care Historical Society 

Contact: email fhsc.histsoc@chester.ac.uk

 

Directions

Address

Castle Drive
Chester
Cheshire
CH1 1SL
United Kingdom