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Wednesday 27 October In Conversation with Nursing Pioneers: Do patients need educated nurses? Join a panel of nursing experts chaired by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson to find out why patients need well-educated nurses.

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Thursday 28 October The Great Chamber contrasted with the private painted rooms of the 17th Century In this online lecture curator and arts consultant Mireille Galinou compares & contrasts 17th Century private chambers

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Wednesday 10 November Nursing a Pandemic: Vaccinating the Nation Join us for the 10th event in our series recording the nursing experience of the COVID-19 Pandemic, focusing on vaccination in the UK.

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Wednesday 10 November A Life in Art Renowned international art dealer and broadcaster Philip Mould presents his life in art.

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Wednesday 17 November Witches’ Stories: Nurses and midwives accused of witchcraft (1563-1736) Hear the stories of Scotland's early nurses and midwives accused of witchcraft for helping others in the annual RCN Foundation Lecture.

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