Suggested further reading
Migrant architects of the NHS: South Asian doctors and the reinvention of British general practice (1940s-1980s) by Julian Simpson
Against the Odds: Black and Minority Ethnic Clinicians and Manchester, 1948-2009
by Emma L Jones and Stephanie J Snow
Nurturing the Nation by Debbie Weekes-Bernard, published by Runnymede Trust
Many Rivers to Cross: Caribbean people in the NHS 1948-69 by Ann Kramer, interviews by Abigail Bernard
Birth of the NHS lead image credit:
Photos and footage courtesy Dr Raj Khanchandani, Mae Appleton, Nicole Henworth, Gulzar Waljee, Simon Fuchs, Royal College of Nursing Archives, Wellcome Collection, BFI
All material is for educational and non-profit purposes only. All original photographs are the copyright of their respective owners.
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We are extremely grateful to everyone who shared their personal stories, experiences and photographs with us for the exhibition.
Curator: Aditi Anand
Curatorial Assistant: Shereen Lafhaj
Text: Matthew Plowright and Aditi Anand
Project Manager: Robyn Kasozi
Design and development: Eight Arms
Additional design and direction: Roland Williams
Sound editing: Bill Bingham
Animation by Tribambuka, with narration by Michael Rosen
Photographers and artists:
Rankin, EVEWRIGHT, Charlie Phillips, Chris Porsz and The Singh Twins
With thanks to the following for their contributions:
Data courtesy NHS Digital
Rankin images and stories courtesy Rankin and NHS England
Oral histories of Lynette Richards-Lorde, Lena Hunt, Dr Neslyn Watson-Druée and Denzil Nurse courtesy Abigail Bernard, Researcher/Interviewer from Many Rivers to Cross (Isabel Appio, Managing Editor; Ann Kramer Introduction; Publisher Sugar Media)
Oral histories of Yvonne Coghill, Ngozi Edi-Osagie, Rashid Joomun, Pauline Ong, and Neehal Shah copyright NHS at 70, The University of Manchester. NHS at 70 is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Arts and Humanities Research Council www.nhs70.org.uk.
Oral history and photograph of Ewa Raglan courtesy Royal College of Physicians Museum
Oral histories of Helen and Margaret courtesy Ethel Corduff, author of the forthcoming book on Irish nurses Ireland’s Loss Britain’s Gain
Lee Appleton, Nicole Henworth, Rohit Rao, and Yasmin Waljee
Alice Grahame, Alice McKimm, Anaïs Walsdorf, Andrea Potts, Celeste Camilleri, Francesca Newton, Gemma Evans, Morgan Mcleod, Nicoletta Enria
Alfred Caplin Charity Settlement, Arts Council England, The Dorfman Foundation, Unbound Philanthropy
The Rumi Foundation