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Learning from the Past to Build a Better Future

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St Luke's Community Centre

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2020 marks the bicentenary of the birth of Florence Nightingale who was noted as “The Passionate Statistician”

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We are proud to mark this with a Keynote Address from Lynn McDonald of Guelph University, world authority on Nightingale and editor of her collected works. Lynne’s talk is entitled “Florence Nightingale and Statistics: What She Did and What She Did Not”.

There will be many other talks and plenty of time for discussion, including:

Danny Dorling on The UK health crisis

Eileen Magnello on Nightingale: A radical and passionate statistician

Andrew Street on Revisiting Nightingale’s vision and hospital outcomes today

Dave Byrne on The IFS Deaton review

Paul Marchant on Bad Stats and the public purse

Anne Laure Humert & Rachel McIlroy on Gender and pay in nursing

And discussion and sessions on the new Radical Statistics book ‘Data in Society: Challenging Statistics in an Age of Globalisation’

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