Patricia O’Shea

Patricia O’Shea is a professional historian and clinical nurse educator of University students. A major area of interest is the history of institutions, health, medicine and nursing.
Researching records, archives, newspapers and photographic collections.
Writing short stories and articles.
Editing, proof reading and indexing.
Oral history.
Research and presentation of papers of significant people/events.
RN BA (UNE), Post Grad Dip (Arts) History UQ
Heritage
Local community history
Women’s history
History of hospitals and associations
Biography

In a league of our own (History of the Cerebral Palsy League Qld 1948 to 1998).

Paper and presentation: A century of care: Diamantina Hospital/Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Paper and presentation: Matron Florence Chatfield (OBE) Diamantina Hospital 1901 to 1934.

History of Lady Bowen Hospital 1864 to 1889.

Paper of Hunter River district pioneer, Wilhelmina Griese.

Committee member Lady Diamantina Healthcare Museum Association, Princess Alexandra Hospital

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Patricia O’Shea