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  • 3 members led by marc froggatt
    World War One created thousands of casualties from physical wounds, illness, and emotional trauma. Dr Julie Anderson reflects on the subsequent impact on the role of doctors and nurses, and the medical treatment, organisation and new technologies that the...  more
  • 5 members led by marc froggatt
    General Interest
    British nurse executed in WWI
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    Health witnesses a huge deterioration in the trenches. Not only did soldiers die from battle wounds or rifles in the war, they also died because of diseases that widely spread in the trenches. Many of these diseases were caused as result of whether change...  more
  • 2 members led by marc froggatt
    At the start of World War 1 horses were mainly used in cavalry units. However, as the war progressed, it became clear that horses were incredibly vulnerable to machine guns and artillery fire. The days of the cavalry charge were over!
    On the Western Front...  more
  • 2 members led by marc froggatt
    ursing and Medicine During World War I
    World War I was a profound event that played an important role in the placement and future advancement of women within the military. It demonstrated that women were not only capable of duties supporting active milita...  more
  • 2 members led by marc froggatt
    Medical care throughout the First World War was largely the responsibility of the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC). The RAMC’s job was both to maintain the health and fighting strength of the forces in the field and ensure that in the event of sickness or ...  more
  • 2 members led by marc froggatt
    FANE was established in 2004, is based in Newcastle upon Tyne and the sole purpose of our team is to help adults in the North East of England with learning disabilities to make and keep friends. FANE champions friendship, raising expectations and creating...  more
  • 4 members led by Mart Lee
    We are a registered Charity with over 35 years experience of providing Autism specific services. Our services include education for children aged 3-19 post 19 education and social/vocational training along with supported and open employment opportuniti...  more
  • 2 members led by marc froggatt
    Visual Impairment North East (V.I.N.E) is a small independent charity concerned with the overall welfare of visually impaired people.
    Founded in 1984 the members are or have been involved in work connected with visual impairment, such as Opthalmologists, ...  more
  • 3 members led by Mart Lee
    Ocean Youth Trust is charity which uses Adventure under sail as a personal development opportunity for young people ages 12-25, taking them to sea in our 72-foot yacht John Laing.
    We sail with around 450 young people each year. Roughly two -thirds will b...  more