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Mood-Boosting Books – Reading for Health

An introduction to the Reading Agency’s scheme ‘Reading Well: Books on Prescription’ at the Royal College of Nursing Library and Heritage Centre.

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN)’s series of public lectures showcasing how library, archive, and museum collections can be used to benefit health and wellbeing continues with this lecture on Friday 27 June, entitled “Mood-Boosting Books – Reading for Health”.
Self-help books exist in their thousands: creating the dilemma of identifying what is genuinely helpful. Helen Donovan, RCN Public Health Adviser, chairs this session. Debbie Hicks, Chair of the Reading Agency, will introduce their scheme ‘Reading Well: Books on Prescription’.
The lecture will be held at the RCN’s Library and Heritage Centre, 20 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0RN. It begins at 12.30 and lasts for approximately one hour.
This event is free of charge. Space is limited, so please book in advance by emailing eventsreg@rcn.org.uk or by telephone on 029 2054 6460.
Further information on activities and events held at the Library and Heritage Centre can be found at: http://www.rcn.org.uk/development/library_and_heritage_services/whats_on/view_all_events


Debbie Hicks | talks


Date and Time:

27 June 2014 at 12:30 pm


1 hour



Royal College of Nursing
20 Cavendish Square
029 2054 6460

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