People within the Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland
Staff, Students and Associates.
List of Staff, Associates and Students involved in the making of this project.
Dr Susan Kelly
Dr Elizabeth Lake
Dr James McGeachie
Dr Nigel Farrel
Dr John Privilege
Author of Michael Logue and the Catholic Church in Ireland, 1879-1925 and Four Decades of Public Health, Northern Ireland’s Health Boards, 1973-2009. Current research and forthcoming articles on the medical reform agenda in Northern Ireland in the 1930s (with Greta Jones) and the foundation of the NHS in Northern Ireland in 1948.
Dr Farhat Manzoor
Author with McKenna and Jones of “How could these people do this sort of stuff and then we have to look after them?” The Ethical Dilemmas of Nursing in the Northern Ireland Conflict.’ (Oral History, vol. 2, no. 2, 2007) and “Candles in the Dark: Medical Ethical Issues in Northern Ireland During the Troubles”. Current research interests include women’s history and the history of medicine in Ireland and England with special emphasises on Northern Ireland.
PHD 'Medical Provision and the Northern Irish Troubles'
PHD ‘Managing Madness: Asylums in Ulster, 1845-1914’
PhD 'Nursing in Belfast and Glasgow'