Upcoming events, @ Florence Nightingale Museum

28 April 2014 15:30

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Florence Nightingale Museum

28th April 2014 at 3.30pm This talk is included in the museum ticket price and there is no need to book. Edith Cavell, heroine of the First World War, had been working as a Matron in a private hospi...







08 May 2014 18:30

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Florence Nightingale Museum

Many of us watch historic films and television productions and are horrified at the mistakes depicted! Having worked as an advisor for film and television for the last twenty years, including on progr...







15 May 2014 18:30

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Florence Nightingale Museum

Caring for the wounded of the First World War was tough and challenging work, demanding extensive knowledge, technical skill, and high levels of commitment. Although allied nurses were admired in thei...







05 June 2014 15:30

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Florence Nightingale Museum

Society beauty Millicent Sutherland was possessed of a strong social conscience. But her interest in improving conditions for factory workers made her an embarrassment to both her class and her gender...







10 July 2014 18:30

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Florence Nightingale Museum

Nursing was one of the main ways that women could participate in the war effort, and many had romantic notions of sitting at the bedside of a wounded soldier, bringing him back to health. Women of all...