Centre for History in Public Health
The Centre for History in Public Health is at the forefront of historical research into public health and health services. Historical understanding is of central relevance to an understanding of public health in the present - current developments cannot be understood without a knowledge of the past. Centre events both public health and health services.
Events in this series
Green Wing (2004)
Exploring emotions within religious histories of HIV/AIDS in England, c. 1982-1997
Historical Epidemiology and Global Health
‘Crimson Waves’ – Art, Menstruation and Emotion
Co-Creating the Guide Dog Partnership: Blindness, Canines and Emotional Practices in 1930s America
Why we are waiting: exploring the political economy of the NHS
People’s (Primary) Health Care: Revisiting the Alma-Ata Conference and its ongoing implications
Identity, inheritance, and emotion: Oral histories of sickle cell anaemia in Britain, 1962 to 2018
A critical analysis of the justification for the Australian e-cigarettes sales ban
Medicine, work, and emotions in mid-century Mills & Boon novels
Public Health History Walk: 'History Around the Squares'
According to Plan (1964)
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