20 Cavendish Square
- Telephone 020 7647 3677
- Website 20cavendishsquare.co.uk
There are 6 events at this location
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Disability History Month at the RCN
A talk by writer and activist Penny Pepper.
The Journey of Childhood: Public health from the Victorian Age to the present
Lecture on the changes in the way we think about children and public health.
Wed 25 Jan 2017
Language And Life: A Personal Journey Of Barriers And Success
For Disability History Month, Penny Pepper, a unique and versatile writer of fiction, journalism, memoir and spoken word poetry, examines difference, diversity and identity. As a well-known social justice activist, Penny has appeared on TV and Radio extensively speaking on equality issues including disability, feminism…
Thu 8 Dec
Free / 020 7647 3677
Nursing the Tropics: The history of travel health
Talk on the history of travel medicine with Dr Rosemary Wall (University of Hull).
The Psyche on the Skin: A History of Self-harm
A panel of speakers talk about self-harm from a historical perspective.
Sanitary Skills: Health visiting past to present
A series of talks about health visiting.