Lee ButterworthPatricia O’SheaPeter Ludlow

Health and Medical History

Janet King
Janet King is the Director of Queensland Energy Museum and responsible for establishing Memories of Energy Groups (MEGs) and Memories of Energy Trails (METs) throughout Queensland.
Lee Butterworth
Lee has experience in researching and writing digital histories, having worked on the Find & Connect web resource as the Queensland based historian and as a research assistant on the Australian Women’s Archives Project. She is currently involved with the Centre for Social and Cultural Research, Griffith University in developing a website that will serve as a portal of research publications, commentaries and interactive resources focusing on Australian history up to 1859 in the territory that formally constituted the northern part of NSW during that period.
Patricia O’Shea
Patricia O’Shea is a professional historian and clinical nurse educator of University students.
Peter Ludlow
A former hospital pharmacist, I now devote myself full time as a professional researcher/biographer/author, specializing in, but not limited to, the collecting of local history in the Moreton Bay area. This I disseminate into the community through my self published books, lectures to local community groups, and since 1997, by maintaining an Internet webpage at www.moretonbayhistory.com.
Thom Blake
HIstorian and cultural heritage consultant