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Register of patient deaths and discharges

Register of deaths of patients from April 1973 to March 2000. Entries include name of the patient, date admitted, case book number, whether they are inmate or pensioner and date of death. Later entries also include additional information of type of care they received, name of hospital ward and funding authorities.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables Case Agenda Book

House Committee case agenda books listing applicants for admission to the hospital. Volumes contains the following information on applicants: name; age; residence; medical condition; occupation; name of member of House Committee who visited them; the committee's decision and remarks. The first volume dates from 1936-1962, with the following volume covering 1962 to 1993 and the third being 1993 to 1998.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Register of patient deaths

Register of deaths of patients from October 1938 to March 1973. Entries include name of the patient, date admitted, case book number, whether they are inmate or pensioner and date of death.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Leave book

Manuscript notebook listing requests for leave from senior hospital staff (steward, matron). Entries are approved by the signature of the Chairman.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Papers relating to the change of name of the hospital

Correspondence, memoranda, board minutes and reports relating to the change of the hospital's name from Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables to an alternative name which no longer including the term 'incurables', which had become "increasingly problematic". File includes correspondence between the Hospital and representatives of the Privy Purse, the Charles, Prince of Wales and members of the public regarding changing the name; an annotated list of alternative names drawn up; report on the case for changing the charity's name; notes from a meeting with J Walter Thompson, the marketing and communications firm, regarding name change, 1987. File also includes a letter from HRH Prince Charles congratulating the Development Trust for the Young Disabled new appeal for a 45 bed unit in November 1986.

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Papers relating to Lopes bequest

Papers relating to Chaplain's Fund, a trust fund set up by the Rt Hon Sir Massey Lopes Bt (1818-1908), a member of the Hospital Board and Conservative politician, to generate income to contribute towards the cost of chaplaincy services available at the RHN. In 1907, there was a high court case brought by Lopes against the hospital for the misuse of these funds by the Hospital Board.

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Annual reports

Annual reports for the charity, 1905-present, which typically include a financial statement, a list of board of management members and senior staff, donation details and photographs and illustrations of the hospital. The reports were published as a single pamphlet or booklet, some of the early reports have been bound together into hardboard volumes. Reports dating from 1858-1901 were not published separately and can be found within the subscription books (archive ref: RHN/FU/2/2). The reports may also be found within the reports of the general meeting volumes (archive ref: RHN/AD/1/1).

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Sub-committees

Various reports from sub-committees, including admissions, general purpose, staff accommodation, private patients, salaries and wages, appeals, garden and assembly room renovation.

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Papers relating to the select committee of the House of Lords regarding conditions in London hospitals

Report from the select committee of the House of Lords regarding conditions of hospitals within the London area, which included a report on the Royal Hospital for Incurables. The report was critical of several aspects in which the hospital was governed namely the lack of a women's committee, full-time medical attendant and qualified nurses and the limited visiting times for seeing patients. The Hospital responded by establishing its own internal enquiry which resulted in a published response to the report in 1893.

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Papers relating to the publication of the book, Victorian Incurables

Electronic and typescript correspondence, notes, photographic prints and negatives, mounted 35 mm slides and captions. File chiefly relates to the publication of the book, Victorian Incurables: a history of the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability by professor Gordon Cook. The correspondence relate to finding a publishing house for the book and editorial changes to the book.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

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