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Touch and Reminiscence – Objects and Wellbeing

Learn how historical objects can improve health outcomes and hear from speakers who have worked on object handling in different health settings 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 Wednesday 23 July, entitled “Touch and Reminiscence – Objects and Wellbeing”.
How can historical objects improve health outcomes? Rachel Thompson, RCN Dementia Project Manager, introduces speakers who have worked on object handling in different health settings, including Dr Helen Chatterjee of the UCL ‘Touch and Wellbeing’ project and the Age Exchange Reminiscence Centre.
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


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Date and Time:

23 July 2014 at 12:30 pm


1 hour



Royal College of Nursing
20 Cavendish Square
029 2054 6460

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