Lecturer: Maeve Casserly, Dublin City Council, Historian-in-Residence, South East Area
Marking the 100th anniversary of St. Ultan’s foundation in May 1919, listen to Maeve Casserly, NLI staff member and Historian in Residence with Dublin City Council talk about the innovative work of doctors in St. Ultan’s paediatric hospital – the first of its kind in the British Isles. Work by doctors like Kathleen Lynn and Dorothy Stopford-Price was integral to the eradication of diseases like TB in the National BCG campaign with its HQ in St. Ultan’s.
The lecture is followed by a Q&A session with the audience.
Date of original lecture: 13th May 2019 at 11am