Bridget Murray 1958 to 2009

By Baxter, Rhoda; Mayers, Chris et al. | British Journal of Occupational Therapy, December 2009 | Go to article overview

Bridget Murray 1958 to 2009


Baxter, Rhoda, Mayers, Chris, Smyth, Jenny, Woodward, Margaret, British Journal of Occupational Therapy


Bridget Murray (nee White) attended St Joseph's College of Occupational Therapy, Dun Laoghaire, in the late 1970s. On qualifying as an occupational therapist, she gained employment at the National Medical Rehabilitation Centre in Dun Laoghaire and it was from here that Bridget moved to the north of Ireland to continue her career and life: first at the University of Ulster, then at the Cherryville Clinic in Belfast, followed by the Belfast City Hospital and, finally, returning to a lecturing post at the University of Ulster.

Bridget was passionate about her work as an occupational therapist, totally believing in the great therapeutic potential of occupation. As a clinician, she applied her skills with creativity and practicality. She brought her warm personality to her patients and used her excellent intellect and enthusiasm in educating and preparing occupational therapy students at the university. Bridget was an inspirational teacher and mentor, much loved and respected by a whole generation of Ulster students. Her university colleagues have lost a dear friend and team member, who always aimed for the gold standard in everything she did. Her sincerity and respect for others shone through all her hard work. Her dedication and passion for high quality education was acknowledged by her colleagues and students. She inspired students to become excellent therapists.

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Her therapeutic skills were used abroad, particularly in Uganda, where she volunteered her services in hospitals and rural communities and was instrumental in supporting the development of the Uganda Association of Occupational Therapists and of training courses. …

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