An evening with Florence Nightingale: find out how she used data to save lives

Medway Talks
Medway Talks is a new open lecture series run by our academic staff at the Universities at Medway - University of Greenwich, University of Kent and Canterbury Christ Church at Medway. There will be 6 talks in total, running from October 2022 until May 2023. The talks are open to everyone in the local community, including students and staff at the Universities at Medway. Talks will be free of charge to attend, but registration is required. Each talk will be held in the Pilkington Lecture Theatre (PK008) in the Pilkington Building.

Wednesday 25 January 2023: Dr Noel-Ann Bradshaw (University of Greenwich)- An evening with Florence Nightingale: find out how she used data to save livesDr Noel-Ann Bradshaw is the Deputy Dean for the Faculty of Engineering and Science at the University of Greenwich.In this talk, Nightingale herself will show how her understanding and management of data influenced policy makers, in the British Army and Government, during and after the Crimean war. Her methods resulted in improved conditions for both soldiers and the working classes, and are as relevant in today’s data-focussed society as they were in Victorian Britain.

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Medway Talks