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Date and time
Wednesday, October 5, 2022 - 16:00 to 17:30
Address
Castle Drive
Chester
Cheshire
CH1 1SL
United Kingdom

About the Event

Martin Johnson RN PhD, Emeritus Professor in Nursing, University of Salford

Martin began nursing at the Manchester Royal Infirmary and after a decade of clinical working undertook Master’s and PhD degrees at Manchester University, something of a seat of power in nursing research in those days. Having worked in both NHS and University sectors, he was also Editor of Nurse Education Today for a decade. He will argue that the efforts many lecturers naturally devote to studying their students should instead be directed at improving patient care. He will illustrate the enormous lengths early nurse researchers went to for their science and Martin will examine the main drivers of UK Nursing research as he sees them, looking at key individuals, key methods and how subjects are evolving.

This talk will take place in CRV016 (the Music Room) at the Wheeler Building - all welcome.

Host: Faculty of Health and Social Care Historical Society

Admission free, but booking encouraged for refreshment and seating purposes. Please contact fhsc.histsoc@chester.ac.uk or call 01244 512126 to confirm your place. Visitors are encouraged to wear face coverings, practise social distancing wherever possible and use alcohol-based hand rub or wash their hands when coming into contact with surfaces. 

The University of Chester Riverside Museum will also be open from 1-4pm on this date and all welcome to visit (no booking needed).

Directions

Address

Castle Drive
Chester
Cheshire
CH1 1SL
United Kingdom