Person    | Female  Born 1949  Died 2008

Annette Mendelsohn

Categories: Medicine

Child & adolescent psychotherapist. Born in London to a Belgian Jewish refugee mother. First a teacher to people with learning difficulties, then a dancer, then a career in psychotherapy.  Married to Peter Evans.

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Annette Mendelsohn

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Royal Free Hospital - Mendelsohn

Annette Mendelsohn, 1949 - 2008, child & adolescent psychotherapist.

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Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Originally established by John Wilder to support psychiatric patients on discharge from hospital at a time when the Mental Health Act meant that psychiatric hospitals were being closed and replaced...

Group, Medicine, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Sir Henry Wellcome

Sir Henry Wellcome

Born Wisconsin, USA, moved to London in 1880 for business reasons. Pharmacist, founder of the Wellcome Trust and Foundation. His collection of books & artefacts relating to the history of medic...

Person, Benefactor, Industry, Medicine, Museums / Libraries, USA

1 memorial
Jessie Craigen

Jessie Craigen

Jessie Hannah Craigen was a working-class suffrage speaker. She was also a freelance (or 'paid agent') speaker in the campaigns for Irish Home Rule and the cooperative movement and against vivisect...

Person, Animals, Gender Issues, Medicine, Ireland

1 memorial
Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

In 1871 the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) suffered an attack of typhoid fever (the illness of which his father had died 10 years earlier) while at his home, Sandringham in Norfolk. To everyon...

Event, Medicine, Royalty

1 memorial
London School of Tropical Medicine

London School of Tropical Medicine

This school was founded in 1899 at the Albert Dock Seamen's Hospital by Patrick Manson, the Chief Medical Officer to the Colonial Office. The School moved to he Endsleigh Gardens site in 1920. The ...

Group, Medicine

2 memorials