NHS at 70 is working to save the history of our NHS by recording people’s memories of healthcare since 1948. Its team of historians and heritage professionals is led by Professor Stephanie Snow at The University of Manchester. Our supporters include the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the NHS, Age UK, the Stroke Association and many other national and local organisations across health and heritage. We are a national project and are working across the UK. Find out more about some of our collaborations below. Get in touch with us if you would to explore working in partnership with us.
Covid-19 stories from Manchester's Jewish community
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a £1 million grant, as part of the UKRI Covid-19 Urgency call. The grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council will enable us to link up with the British Library’s oral history department to create a permanent public resource which will also inform policy and practice.
Listen to stories from members of the NHS Retirement Fellowship, a national organisation for retired NHS employees.
NHS at 70 worked in partnership with The Brain Charity to record stories for our archive of NHS history.
Our 'Moments of Care' exhibition is touring the UK in 2020. Find out how you can get involved here.
We are delighted to have jointly received the award for 'Best Project' at the Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) celebration held by the Faculty of Biology Medicine and Health at The University of Manchester.
We are excited to announce a new partnership with The Christie NHS Foundation Trust that will capture the development of cancer care, treatment and patient experiences since 1948 through recording stories from patients, volunteers, staff, researchers and supporters.