Rosemary Cook

Details of talks given by Rosemary Cook

Yorkshire & Humber
Notice Period:
Short (maybe less than one month's notice)

I am a nurse by background and have considerable experience researching medical and nursing history: I have been a member of the committee of the Royal College of Nursing's History of Nursing Society. My research into some interesting historical characters from these fields has resulted in my first non-textbook publication 'The Nightingale Shore Murder' (the first and only book telling the true story of this unsolved crime from 1920), and my forthcoming book 'The Crimes of Dr Gramshaw'.

I was an experienced conference speaker during my professional life, and I now enjoy sharing these historical stories with groups as a hobby. I live in York and am happy to travel around Yorkshire and Humberside to speak.

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Listed talks

History "The Nightingale Shore Murder" - solving a 100-year-old crime
Rosemary Cook Tagged: Crime | Trains | Nurse | Murder
Yorkshire & Humber
History "Petticoat Government" - the story of the York Home for Nurses
Rosemary Cook Tagged: Charity | Nursing | Local History
Yorkshire & Humber
History "The Crimes of Dr Gramshaw" - a Yorkshire doctor who shocked the country
Rosemary Cook Tagged: Crime | Doctors | Death
Yorkshire & Humber