Arts & Culture

Florence Nightingale Exhibition

At a time when we ourselves are more concerned than ever with dealing with the issue of preventing the spread of illness, the work of one of the most iconic Britons is being celebrated in a new exhibition in the capital. It’s 200 years since nurse Florence Nightingale was born and the show takes a look how her pioneering work remains the foundation for practices in hospitals around the world.

Unfortunately currently the Florence Nightingale Museum is closed during the Covid 19 crisis.

Ben Ervine 12th May 2020

TagArts & Culture, LocationSouthwark

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