Irish Nursing Narratives 1914 -1921. Caring For Soldiers of The Crown and The Harp in War and Rebellion.

Paul Horan is Assistant Professor of Intellectual Disability Nursing at the School of Nursing and Midwifery in Trinity College Dublin.

This event is being run by the Westminster Centre for Research and Innovation in Veterans' Wellbeing and the Faculty of Health and Social Care (FHSC) Historical Society.

Link to Irish Nursing Narratives 1914 -1921. Caring For Soldiers of The Crown and The Harp in War and Rebellion. event
Wednesday, 5th July, 2017
16:00
Riverside Campus, Chester, CH1 1SL

Paul Horan is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Trinity College Dublin (Ireland's premiere School of Nursing and Midwifery and Europe's 6th Highest Ranking Nursing School QS Rankings 2017) Paul's research on  Irish Nurses of The 1916 Rising  & The Great War has received local, national and international media coverage on TV & radio and in the press. He has presented his research at international conferences as peer reviewed papers and as keynote speaker. He has written his own newspaper column featuring a number of Nurses of the period and also has played a key role in having Nurses of the period posthumously recognised commemoratively and brought to greater public awareness. Paul's presentation will illuminate the role played by Irish Nurses as members of QAIMNS, as agents of revolutionary surrender and as Irish Revolutionaries. The is a global story of Irish Nursing in Conflicts during the turbulent period 1914 - 1921.

The University’s Faculty of Health and Social Care (FHSC) 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.
 
Admission free but booking necessary.
 
Please contact Roger Whiteley (r.whiteley@chester.ac.uk, 01244 511619) to confirm your place.
 
There is no car parking available at the Riverside Campus (formerly County Hall) and access to the lecture rooms is through the main entrance, opposite the River Dee. The address is: University of Chester, Riverside Campus, Castle Drive, Chester CH1 1SL.
 
The Faculty of Health and Social Care Riverside Museum will also be open between 1pm and 4pm.