Hospitals, medical pioneers and the nursing contribution
Edi Stark talks to Janey Smith about the adventures of her great aunt Meg.
Dr Elsie Inglis - founding the Scottish Women’s Hospitals for Home and Foreign Service.
Dr Kathleen Lynn set up St Ultan’s Hospital for infants
Tipperary Military Barracks was designated a Military Hospital and Command Depot in 1916
How a Co. Dublin farm became a country retreat for wounded soldiers.
Coping with the increasing number of wounded soldiers
The Lord and Lady who opened their home for wounded soldiers
Where a Canadian ace pilot recovered from serious injuries after crashing
Soldiers came from far and wide to be treated for at these lavish convalescence centre
G43 1AT - The Stirling Maxwell family left home so that it could be used as a hospital.
The newly discovered diaries of the woman who nursed German POW
The story Sir Henry Gray and how advances he made helped save hundreds of lives.
The estate that was once a Red Cross war hospital
How a Cambridge psychologist helped suffering soldiers
How the Palace Hotel became the Queen Mary’s Royal Naval Hospital
Volunteers provide care and comforts for the wounded in Reading’s War Hospitals
Helping visually impaired war veterans live an independent life
A magazine for the patients and former patients of Bicester Red Cross Hospital
PA7 5NW - The story of Erskine Hospital which pioneered the use of artificial limbs.
How soldiers with shell shock were treated
Annie Brewer - Wales' Florence Nightingale
Thousands survived WW1 battlefields thanks to the son of a bone setter from Anglesey.
A new therapy for wounded soldiers and the founding of Spalding Arts and Crafts Society
The makeshift war hospital successfully treated all 3,600 injured soldiers