NHS at 70: The Story of Our Lives director, Dr Stephanie Snow, has research is situated at the intersection of health, history and policy and her publications cover many subjects in the history of medicine including the introduction of anaesthesia to Victorian medicine and the history of the NHS. She is passionate about history’s public value and its power to transform our understandings of the present through exploring the past. Much of her work uses oral history to gather memories and reflections and through this she has the privilege of building engagement with organisations, communities and people across health and medicine.
See Stephanie's research profile here.
Project Manager, Dr Angela Whitecross, has a background in British political history and has worked in a range of heritage and academic settings. Her research interests focus on co-production and engagement, particularly the intersections between academic, business, community and heritage organisations.
The NHS at 70 project team have developed new research themes throughout the project. Below is a summary of papers and presentations from the team.