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History of Nursing Research Colloquium, Portico Library Manchester

History of Nursing Research Colloquium, Portico Library Manchester

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£30 – £40

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The Portico Library

57 Mosley St

Manchester

M2 3HY

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The 2022 UKAHN colloquium is being held at the Portico Library in the centre of Manchester on 5 July

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There will be a full day of papers covering a wide variety of national and international nursing history topics. The Colloquium has a proud tradition of providing a supportive environment and space for researchers to present work in progress and obtain feedback for further development of their research. Further detais, incluing the call for papers and publication in the Bulletin can be found on the UKAHN website

The Portico Library boasts a 215-year history, having been established in 1806 by 400 founding subscribers. As its website states, early readers included future prime ministers, leading scientists and educators and world-famous authors, including Mrs Gaskell. A truly stunning setting for a colloquium.

Please note that the library is accessible by stairs or a stair lift only. There are no lifts. The Portico website offers more information regarding accessibility which can be found here: https://www.theportico.org.uk/about

The Portico is in the centre of Manchester, close to rail links and many hotels. The visit Manchester site is a good source for information. In addition, as we get nearer to the event, we will be planning an informal dinner on the evening before (4th July) and the evening of (5th July) the Colloquium. All who are able to join us will be very welcome.

The last UKAHN colloquium was in 2019, so the Committee are very much look forward to welcoming old friends and new to this year’s colloquium. Please come and celebrate with us in Manchester - ‘the first industrial city’.

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