Nursing Narratives Project release the testimonies of participants

COVID19 Masked Mansource: Nursing Narratives
published: March 2022

The Nursing Narratives Project are proud to be able to release the testimonies of their nurse participants. You are invited to watch and circulate these powerful stories!

The Project Background:

In the first month of the UK lockdown, 72% of the NHS and social care staff who died were from BME backgrounds. Nursing Narratives: Racism and the Pandemic is a collaborative project that will use documentary film and writing to amplify the experiences and perspectives of black and minority ethnic health workers.

See the full suite of videos here >

Black and migrant nurses and care staff have made a critical contribution to the NHS and social care. But the Covid outbreak laid bare some significant, structural inequalities. The project would record the stories of those affected, to shed light on the diverse racisms that they have encountered both during the pandemic and during their careers.

For more information please contact: nursingnarratives@shu.ac.uk

Visit the webpages www.nursingnarratives.com @nursesnarrate

Advisory Panel – Collaborators – Project Team
This was a collaborative project with Sheffield Hallam University and Migrant Media who are working with a range of individuals and community organisations with an interest, knowledge and expertise in the subject. The Project Team is supported and guided by the Advisory Panel which brought a wealth of experience to the project. Read more >

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