Elsie Maud Inglis

Standard Name: Inglis, Elsie Maud


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Occupation Kathleen E. Innes
Kathleen Royds (later Innes) left for Serbia as an orderly with Elsie Maud Inglis 's Scottish Women's Hospital , but the group got only as far as Salonika because Serbia was being evacuated.
Harvey, Kathryn. "Driven by War into Politics": A Feminist Biography of Kathleen Innes. University of Alberta, 1995.
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Occupation Sophia Jex-Blake
Sophia Jex-Blake opened the Edinburgh School of Medicine for Women; it became notorious, however, for her friction with the students, who complained about her dictatorial approach. It closed in 1890 (the year after Elsie Maud Inglis


Elsie Maud Inglis helped found the Medical College for Women in Edinburgh.
An Edinburgh maternity hospital run entirely by women was opened by Scottish surgeon Elsie Maud Inglis .
14 September 1914
Dr Louisa Garrett Anderson and Dr Flora Murray set up the Women's Hospital Corps , staffed entirely by women, at Claridge's Hotel in Paris.
October 1914
A speech by Elsie Maud Inglis effected the launching of the Scottish Women's Hospitals for Foreign Service , an organization which made it possible for women to exercise medical skills in military settings, and significantly...
By early February 1930
Suffragist and biographer Lady Frances Balfour (née Campbell) published Ne Obliviscaris. Dinna Forget, her memoir of the fight for women' suffrage, titled from the Campbell clan motto.