People’s History of the NHS Project

The Project aims to collect the memories and experiences of NHS staff past and present.  Events in Manchester on Thursday 11 August and online survey. 

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The ‘People's History of the NHS’ project is looking for NHS staff past and present to add their voices to their history of the health service. 

On Thursday 11 August the Project is putting on two free events at the People’s History Museum in Manchester:

2pm-4pm Exhibition – suitable for all ages 

6pm-8pm Panel Discussion on Activism, Public Opinion and the NHS.  

The Project's researchers have designed a survey to collect memories and experiences for their archive. They would like as many responses to the survey as possible (it takes 20-40 minutes to complete) from people from different backgrounds and different NHS occupations.  

You can access the survey here.  Please save and return completed surveys to: NHSengage@warwick.ac.uk

You can read more about this interesting and important social history project here.   


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