All of you who are members in the UK will have received our new look Newsletter. It was decided to introduce this as our annual mailshot instead of the blue booklet previously issued each year. Well done Mary Newton and contributors, great job. Let us know what you think on the message board.
As some of you will recall Meg Parkes presented her very interesting book on Burma Railway survivors at our reunion three years ago. A large number of you bought her book recounting the relationship between Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the survivors.She has just released another book as described in the flyer below.
On National Nurses’ Day, May 12th 2016, there was another splendid Graduation Ceremony in the Concert Room of St Georges Hall. This time it was cohort 3 who were receiving their Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen Hospital badges and certificates on completion of the programme of accreditation to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required by […]
Came across these links on the Facebook page I mentioned previously. There are so many old photos of LRI its worth joining and lots of nurses are posting their memories so its entertaining too. http://www.liverpoolpicturebook.com/2013/04/the-nhs-in-liverpool.html?m=1 32 images that reveal Liverpool’s original Royal Hospital http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/nostalgia/32-images-reveal-liverpools-original-9505395
For those of you who have access to Facebook there is a very good private group set up called Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Nostalgia group it is a closed group so you have to request membership but is full of photos and anecdotes.