The women who have shaped 100 years of nursing.
A committed supporter of the College and state registration, Margaret had even begun a register of nurses at Manchester Royal Infirmary (MRI) and helped establish a Manchester Branch of the College. When she was appointed Lady Superintendent at MRI (1907) she immediately set out to improve the standards of the nursing school and the administration of the hospital.
“It is fascinating to learn about the achievements of these remarkable women. I feel proud to be in such auspicious company.”