Welcome to the Mary Seacole Centre for Nursing Practice
October 2008: DATING research project findings published in Journal of Advanced Nursing:
Click here for PDF version of paper entitled 'Diversity, attrition and transition into nursing' by J Mulholland, Elizabeth N Anionwu, Richard Atkin, Mike Tappern and Peter J Franks that was published in the October 2008 edition of the Journal of Advanced Nursing 64(1), 49-59.
Professor Elizabeth Anionwu retired on the 1st August 2007 and in the same month all staff at the Ealing site [Westel House] where the Centre was based relocated to Paragon House, Thames Valley University, Boston Manor Road, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 96A near the entrance of the M4 motorway.
Thames Valley University, now the University of West London, have given Elizabeth the honorary award of Emeritus Professor of Nursing. This will allow Elizabeth to maintain a 'virtual' link with the Faculty of Health and Human Sciences as she will retain her university email address.
To contact Elizabeth please do so via her email address only: email@example.com
HISTORY OF THE CENTRE
The Centre was originally created in 1998 and Elizabeth named it after Mary Seacole as so few people seemed to have heard about this amazing Jamaican woman and her enormous contributions to nursing soldiers in the Crimean war. The focus of the Centre is to enable the integration of a multi-ethnic philosophy into the process of nursing and midwifery recruitment, education, practice, management and research.
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Last updated: 15/10/2012