The School of Health and Wellbeing is delighted to present
the prestigious annual Winifred Raphael Memorial Lecture 2012 which
is being hosted by the University of Wolverhampton in conjunction
with the Royal College of Nursing.
The Winifred Raphael Memorial Lecture (WRML) is one of the main
events in the RCN Research Society calendar. Thanks to Mrs
Raphael's family who launched the memorial fund, and to all those
involved since, the lecture is an event which often draws together
a variety of nurses from different nursing and geographical
areas.The lecture itself has evolved in 3 stages. From 1981 - 1993,
the annual lecture took place in London, England.
With a 1995 lecture, there then followed a break of 6 years
before the lecture was reinstated as an evening lecture within RCN
Congress between 2001 - 2006. After the 2006 lecture, it was
decided to encourage the regional groups of the RCN Research
Society to take turns in hosting the event.Previous presentations
have been given by Felicity Stockwell, Ann Marie Rafferty, Jennifer
Wilson Barnett, Hugh McKenna (who is lead for RAE nursing panel)
and Marjorie Simpson amongst others.
Professor Anionwu was the first ever UK sickle cell/thalassaemia
nurse counsellor; was Dean of the School of Adult Nursing Studies
& Professor of Nursing at Thames Valley University [now
University of West London] and Head of the Mary Seacole Centre for Nursing
Practice Retired in 2007.
Emeritus Professor of Nursing, University of West London.
Vice-Chairperson of the Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal &
Vice President of the Community Practitioners’ & Health
Visitors’ Association. Patron of the Sickle Cell Society and
Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association UK.
For more information on the lecture please see attached
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