20 Cavendish Square

20 Cavendish Square
Cavendish Square, Marylebone, London, W1G 0RN
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Better Mental Health: The Beyond Words Approach The Inaugural RCN Foundation Lecture

Baroness Sheila Hollins, Professor of Psychiatry of Disability at St George's University of London and former president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, explains how mental health patients deserve a system that is humane, ethical and principled. The lecture will look at promoting the development of empathy for…

Thu 14 Dec

Free / 020 7647 3677

  • 18:00 – 21:00

Confessions of A Male Nurse: Stereotypes And The Battle For Recognition

When did men first become nurses? In mental health care, male attendants worked in the men's wards at asylums from the beginning of the nineteenth century, and in private madhouses even earlier. For International Men's Day, historian Louise Hide explains who these men were, and how they fought for recognition in an…

Thu 23 Nov

Free / 020 7647 3677

  • 17:30 – 19:00

Emotional Objects: from Lost Amulets to Found Photos

What objects are you emotionally attached to, and what feelings do they conjure up? Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions hosts a pop-up world of activities, talks and performances investigating what we feel about objects. Expect puppetry workshops, emotional talismans and displays of healing objects. Free…

Mon 20 Nov

Free / 020 7647 3677

  • 14:00 – 21:00

How To Get Published

Ever wondered how to get your clinical practice, research or opinion pieces published? Hear from published authors, including Professor Ian Peate OBE FRCN about their experiences of publishing in books and journals.

Thu 22 Feb 2018

Free / 020 7647 3677

  • 19:00

Love And War: Lesbian Contributions To Healthcare Past And Present

While we are all familiar with tales of nursing in World War One, we hear much less about those women who served alongside their female lovers. Jane Mackelworth explores the lives of a small handful of such women, particularly Vera 'Jack' Holme. This diversity continues to be valued in a health care environment. Jayne…

Thu 22 Feb 2018

Free / 020 7647 3677

  • 19:00

Studies In The History Of Science And Trauma: History Of Nursing Society Lecture

Professor Joanna Bourke is an expert on social and cultural history. Over the years, she has worked on the history of the emotions, particularly fear and hatred, and the history of sexual violence. Most recently, her research has focussed on questions of humanity, militarisation, and pain, and the relationship between…

Thu 15 Mar 2018

Free / 020 7647 3677

  • 18:00 – 21:00

Thinking Critically About Gender: Trans Experiences And History

History can offer important lessons on gender: it is only in the last two centuries that a rigid, two-s x model of humanity has been assumed. Find out more about the history of s x and gender from cultural historian Thomas Laqueur, while learning lessons for the future from the experiences of trans nurse Rachael Ridley.

Tue 5 Dec

Free / 020 7647 3677

  • 17:30 – 19:00

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