2 edition of Lothian Health Services Archive. found in the catalog.
Lothian Health Services Archive.
Lothian Health Services Archive.
I spent two months living and working in the monastery. However, it was a great experience as I was made to think innovatively to get conservation work completed on a limited budget. These basic repair techniques will extend the life of the bound volumes significantly and prevent further damage occurring. By the mid s the WMC had introduced a library, a trolley service to the wards, a telephone trolley and the Santa Claus fund which provided Christmas presents for young and elderly patients. I also undertook a short internship at the Heritage Conservation Centre in Singapore. Iconic Items Museums and galleries The University of Edinburgh is home to aroundartefacts, works of art, potted material, models, specimens, musical instruments and scientific apparatus.
Hope and Fear. Photographs of nurses proved very popular, with the word starch featuring strongly! If you are interested in a particular collection, click on the link and you will be taken to a Collection Information page which will give you the choice to view: The collection summary - to see at a glance the types of records included The item-level catalogue - to see in full detail the records making up the collection. Working with two neurology teams to treat both civilian and service casualties, he was awarded a C. As well as bound accounts of treatment dating back to the eighteenth centuryLHSA holds over one million twentieth-century patient case notes in folders in one of the largest medical archives in the UK. I knew I had to find something which would appeal to my chosen target audience of school children, but could also be adapted to fit in with the requirements of the Curriculum of Excellence and National qualifications.
Our final exercise after returning to the air conditioned room inside the library was to write down three words or phrases that we had thought about on our walk and place them on the table. Below is a page of one of the sketch books. A hollow is essentially a piece of paper that has been folded twice and glued together to create a tube. Working at LHSA has been an incredible experience; I have gained project management skills and have been responsible for a budget as well as supervising volunteers and interns. No worries.
origins of the Cold War
King Edwards School, Birmingham.
Development of cost simulation study of alcoholism insurance benefit packages
Design of weldments
Theory of dielectrics; dielectric constant and dielectric loss.
Leading with your heart
Water quality monitoring programs
Salvation for the twenty-first century and beyond
History of Presbyterianism in Ulster
The Bride of Newgate
A house in the country and other stories
Physics is Fun!
A message from the sea
Girls school yearbook
This allows for covers to be made without the use of adhesives, which speeds up the construction of the covers and ensures that the book is not affected by any potential off-gassing from the adhesive. Why did the artist choose pink?
Working as one group we then assembled the words in to a poem, and the results can be seen below: Women with long dresses and parasols Green fields, grass, trees, bicycles, birds, spider The smell of cut grass, Sunbathing shepherds, Baaa Baaa, Baaa Baaa Puddles, legs Siren.
I am sad to say that I am now in my final week of the internship…. Coats, dresses, siren suits and other garments were made in the Work Room for blitzed areas. I had found a degree and free accommodation — it was meant to be! I was studying History of Art and I remember having a lecture on technical art history, that is, how to find out more about a painting by analysing the materials used.
A Brief History The Beginnings. When the book is opened, the hollow also opens allowing the spine to move naturally. Hope and Fear. NOTES 1.
It was a pleasure to go through both materials finding the gems which could be developed further into online resources. Cecilia's Hall, and are open to the public as well as staff and students at the University, whilst others are held in public or private spaces around the University and are used for exhibitions both within the University and outwith.
The event was enormously enjoyable, and we hope to put on similar events in the future. Check the blog in a couple of weeks for extracts from the interview. Iconic Items Museums and galleries The University of Edinburgh is home to aroundartefacts, works of art, potted material, models, specimens, musical instruments and scientific apparatus.
Ed on Sketchfab Iconic Items at the University of Edinburgh The collections in the CRC are considered exceptional and one of the greatest in the world and some of the iconic items in these collections include: the finest surviving copy of the Aberdeen Breviary an Anglo-Saxon charter the last surving copy of Derricke's Image of Ireland Rashid al-Din's History of the World Lothian Health Services Archive.
bookconsidered one of the University's greatest oriental treasures a collection of early editions of William Shakespeare Zhouyi zhuanyi daquan Book of Changeswhich is the earliest printed book in the University's collections Celtic Psalter, a beautiful, pocket-sized book and perhaps the University's greatest treasure Detail from a page of the Celtic Psalter, 11th C.
Find out more about these projects here. So when I discovered LHSA were advertising for a new paid Research Internship, which focused on developing its WW1 collection into educational resources, it caught my attention immediately. Both are unique in their own right, and if I am honest I find it very difficult to choose which is my favourite, but what I love most is how both offer a more personal insight into life during the War.
I now have lots of contacts to follow up for interviews. I have also become a committee member of the Icon Scotland Group and led the development of their new blog shameless plug alert!
Some of our collections are fully catalogued and these catalogues are available to consult online, where full catalogues don't exist, summary collection information is available. I am very excited to make this so that many others can physically handle such a beautiful and insightful object again and again… I have loved every minute of the internship, and look forward to using the skills I have gained from it in my future career.
In these cases, I decided not to consolidate the volume as it is difficult to get an even coverage over the whole book without causing streaking. I was unsure how I would fare working with such modern material, but I soon found that I was amazed by the complexity of modern materials and fascinated by the weird ways in which they degrade.
This resource acts as a gateway to these anonymised case note catalogues. Although further work can be done, this provides a surprisingly strong repair and is suitable for the needs of the collection. Which I think, some may agree could be considered a great strategy, even today!'Postcards from NHS Lothian's ground-breaking, and at times controversial, 'Take Care' campaign, part of the Edinburgh and Lothian HIV/AIDS collection recently added to the UNESCO UK Memory of the World Registercourtesy of Lothian Health Services Archive, Edinburgh University Library'.
Lothian Health Services Archive holds the historically important local records of NHS hospitals and other health-related material. We collect, preserve and catalogue these records and promote them to increase understanding of the history of health and for the benefit of all.
Lothian Health Services Archive. Norman Dott. Dott was born in Edinburgh in to art dealer Peter McOmish Dott and his wife, Rebecca, and was the third of five children. Norman showed considerable flair for design and engineering and was apprenticed to the local engineering firm of McTaggart Scott & Co after he left George Heriot’s School.
News archive; News archive. News published October NHS Lothian and East Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership have this week been given the keys for the remainder of the newly completed East Lothian Community Hospital building. A significant milestone for the project, the team are now finalising migration plans and hope to move.
Lothian Health Services Archive Winifred Gordon, nurse educator: papers rel to nurse education incl Roper-Logan-Tierney model c (Acc 12/) Ethel Miller, nurse at Craigleith Military Hospital: nursing records incl an autographs and sketches book c (Acc 12/).
Medical records revived: Case Note Catalogues at Lothian Health Services Archive Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) is the archive of NHS Lothian, based in the Centre for Research Collections, University of Edinburgh.