2017-08-01T18:35:01+03:00[Europe/Moscow]entrueAnne Milton, Laura Moffatt, Cynthia Cooke, Muriel Powell (nurse), Jessica Corner, Kofoworola Abeni Pratt, Penny Sartori, Julie Moore, Jean McFarlane, Baroness McFarlane of Llandaff, Bethann Siviter, Elizabeth Cockayne, Elizabeth Raybould, Ethel Gordon Fenwick, Eva Dobell, Katharine Furse, Kathleen Simon, Viscountess Simon, Nicky Cullum, Lavinia Young, Gwendoline Kirby, Joan Whittington, Annie Warren Gill, Edith Cavell, Lisbeth Hockey, Helen Cargill, Helen Gillespie, Frances Ritchie, Yvonne Moores, Andrea Spyropoulos, Ann Keen, Anne Marie Rafferty, Anne Poole, Annie Altschul, George Castledine, Sue Bale, Peter Watt, Helen Smith (nurse), Rosalind Paget, Roz Hanby, Theresa Yelverton, Jessie White Mario, Isla Stewart, Margaret Huxley, Diana Anderson, Lucilla Andrews, Margot Turner, Mary Lindell, Lillias Hamilton, Derek Longmuir, Edith MacGregor Rome, Jennette Arnold, Jean White, Sarah Mullallyflashcardshttps://studylib.netBritish nurses
Anne Frances Milton (née Turner; born 3 November 1955) is a British Conservative Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Guildford since 2005.
Laura Jean Moffatt (born 9 April 1954) is a British Labour Party politician who was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Crawley from 1997 until 2010.
Cynthia Felicity Joan Cooke CBE (11 June 1919 – 20 April 2016) was a British nurse who was Matron-in-Chief of the Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service (QARNNS), the nursing branch of the Her Majesty's Naval Service, from 1973 to 1976.
Muriel Powell (nurse)
Dame Muriel Betty Powell, DBE (1914–1978), was a British nurse, hospital matron, public servant and, briefly, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for the Scottish Home and Health Department (SHHD)
Professor Dame Jessica Lois Corner (born 22 March 1961) is a British nurse, academic, educator and author.
Kofoworola Abeni Pratt
Chief Kofoworola Abeni Pratt Hon.
Penny Sartori (PhD) is a British medical researcher in the field of near-death studies.
Dame Julie Moore (born 18 August 1958) is the Chief Executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust She spent ten years as a nurse in clinical practice before moving into nursing management.
Jean McFarlane, Baroness McFarlane of Llandaff
Jean Kennedy McFarlane, Baroness McFarlane of Llandaff, FRCN, MCSP (1 April 1926 – 13 May 2012) was a British nurse and member of the House of Lords.
Bethann Siviter (born 1963) is a British Registered Nurse originally from the United States; she is a nursing author, speaker and advocate for nursing students, healthcare assistants and the art of nursing practice as well as on disability and access issues.
Dame Elizabeth Cockayne (29 October 1894 – 4 July 1988) was Chief Nursing Officer from the inception of the National Health Service in 1948 until her retirement a decade later in 1958.
Elizabeth Raybould, OBE, FRCN, was a British nurse and nursing educator credited with helping to create a new organisational structure for nursing education in Northern Ireland, with a heavy emphasis on the development of nursing as a profession, and the preparation and training of safe practitioners.
Ethel Gordon Fenwick
Ethel Gordon Fenwick (née Manson; 26 January 1857 – 13 March 1947) was a British nurse who played a major role in the History of Nursing in the United Kingdom.
Eva Dobell (1876–1963) was a British poet, nurse, and editor, best known for her poems on the effects of World War I and her regional poems.
Dame Katharine Furse, GBE, RRC (née Symonds; 23 November 1875, Bristol – 25 November 1952, London), founder of the English Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) force, was the daughter of the poet and critic John Addington Symonds and Janet Catherine North.
Kathleen Simon, Viscountess Simon
Kathleen Rochard Simon, Viscountess Simon DBE (formerly Manning, née Harvey; 1863/1864 – 27 March 1955), was a British slavery abolitionist.
Dame Nicola Anne Cullum, DBE, FMedSci, FAAN (born 1962) is a Professor of Nursing at the University of Manchester.
Lavinia Young was matron of Westminster Hospital.
Gwendoline Kirby was a nurse, and matron of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Joan Whittington CBE (died 1980, aged 73) was an aid worker with the Red Cross.
Annie Warren Gill
Annie Warren Gill CBE, RRC & Bar (1862 – 2 March 1930) was a British nurse who served as president of the Royal College of Nursing in 1927.
Edith Louisa Cavell (/ˈkævəl/; 4 December 1865 – 12 October 1915) was a British nurse.
Lisbeth Hockey OBE FRCN (17 October 1918 – 16 June 2004) was an Austrian-born British nurse and researcher.
Air Commandant Dame Helen Wilson Cargill, DBE, RRC (1 October 1896 – 4 December 1969) was a British nurse and Royal Air force officer.
Brigadier Dame Helen Shiels Gillespie DBE RRC QHNS (26 March 1898 – 1974) was a British nursing matron during World War II.
Frances Dominica Ritchie (born 21 December 1942) OBE, DL, FRCN is a British nurse, specializing in palliative care.
Dame Yvonne Moores (born 14 June 1941), DBE, FRSH, CIMgt is a former Chief Nursing Officer for England and Director of the NHS playing a key role as advisor to the Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Health on a range of issues related to policy and improving the quality of clinical services.
Andrea Spyropoulos, RGN, SCM, RNT, is a British nurse, clinical strategist and a past President of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
Ann Lloyd Keen (née Fox, born 26 November 1948) is a British Labour Party politician, who served as Member of Parliament (MP) for Brentford and Isleworth from 1997, until she was defeated by Conservative candidate Mary Macleod in 2010.
Anne Marie Rafferty
Anne Marie Rafferty (born 7 May 1958), CBE, FRCN is a British nurse, administrator, academic and researcher.
Dame Anne Poole (née Avril Anne Barker), DBE, RGN, RM, RHV, CBIM (born 11 April 1934) was Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health, from 1982 to 1992.
Annie Altschul, CBE, FRCN (b. 18 February 1919, Vienna – d. 24 December 2001, Edinburgh) was a British nurse, midwife, researcher and educator.
George Castledine, FRCN is a British nursing educator and nursing consultant.
Professor Sue Bale, OBE, FRCN, RGN, NDN, RHV is a British nurse with a special interest in wound healing.
Peter Martin Watt (born 20 July 1969) was the General Secretary of the Labour Party in the United Kingdom from January 2006 until he resigned in November 2007 as a result of the Donorgate affair.
Helen Smith (nurse)
Helen Linda Smith (3 January 1956 – 20 May 1979) was a British nurse who died in allegedly suspicious circumstances in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, after apparently falling from a balcony during a party.
Dame Mary Rosalind Paget, DBE, ARRC (4 January 1855 – 19 August 1948), was a noted British nurse, midwife and reformer.
Roz Hanby (born 1951 in London), a former flight attendant, is notable for being the face of British Airways in their "Fly the Flag" advertising campaign over a 7-year period in the 1980s.
Theresa Yelverton (1833 — 13 September 1881) was an English woman who became notorious because of her involvement in the Yelverton case, a 19th-century Irish law case, which eventually resulted in a change to the law on mixed religion marriages in Ireland.
Jessie White Mario
Jessie White Mario (9 May 1832 in Hampshire, England – 5 March 1906 in Florence, Italy) was an English (and naturalized Italian) writer and philanthropist.
Isla Stewart (25 August 1856 – 6 March 1910) was an English hospital matron of St Bartholomew's Hospital in London and a founding member of the Royal British Nurses Association.
She was born in Croydon, Surrey on 21 December 1854 to Esther (née Hopkins) and William Thomas Huxley, a railway official who was the brother of the biologist Thomas Henry Huxley.
Colonel Diana Geraldine Mary Anderson, RRC, OStJ (born 29 January 1935) is a British nurse, midwife and civil servant.
Lucilla Matthew Andrews Crichton (born 20 November 1919 in Suez, Egypt – d. 3 October 2006 in Edinburgh, Scotland) was a British writer of 33 romance novels from 1954 to 1996, she signed as Lucilla Andrews specialised in hospital romances, and under the pen names Diana Gordon and Joanna Marcus published her first mystery romances.
Brigadier Dame Evelyn Marguerite Turner DBE, RRC (10 May 1910 — 24 September 1993), known as Margot Turner, was a British military nurse and World War II prisoner of war.
Ghita Mary Lindell (11 September 1895 in Sutton, London - 1986 in Paris) was a controversial figure of the Second World War.
Dr Lillias Anna Hamilton M.
Derek Longmuir (born 19 March 1951, Edinburgh, Scotland) was the Scottish drummer and a founding member of the 1970s pop group, Bay City Rollers.
Edith MacGregor Rome
Edith MacGregor Rome, RRC, SRN (died 6 June 1938) was a British nursing matron and administrator.
Jennette Arnold, OBE is a Labour and Co-operative Party politician and member of the London Assembly representing the London Boroughs of Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest.
The Rev Elder Jean White (died 8 November 2010) was the founding pastor within the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) in London.
Dame Sarah Elisabeth Mullally, DBE (née Bowser; born 26 March 1962) is a British Anglican bishop and former nurse.