UKRI supports project that will document the NHS voices of COVID-19
A University of Manchester team of researchers and volunteers who have been documenting NHS voices of COVID-19 since March, are to join forces with the British Library thanks a grant of nearly £1m from UK Research and Innovation, through the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Dr Stephanie Snow, who leads the influential ‘NHS at 70’ project, and her team have already collected over 200 COVID-19 voices, including Nick, the respiratory doctor who treated Prime Minister Boris Johnson in intensive care, Samuel a Nigerian nurse working on the front line of care in a London hospital, and Natalie, a patient and wheel chair user accessing GP services at home.
Read the full story on the AHRC website.
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