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
The emotional politics of family planning campaigns in 1970s and 1980s Britain
The Political, the Emotional and the Therapeutic: The Women’s Movement and Mental Health Activism in England, c. 1969-1995
Relief and Regret: Fifty Years of Women’s Voices in British Abortion Activism
Rhymes and reasons: how eight people learnt about sex (1981)
From pleasure to moral panic? Tracing the history of gay men, sex and drugs
“Literature and Medicine in the Field: Contemporary Medical Humanities in Practice in Malawi”
An Authoritarian History of International Health: Public Health and International Expertise in Franco’s Spain
Surprise attack (1951) and MMR: What parents want to know (2001)
Negotiating immunity: Mass vaccination in modern China and East Asia, 1945-75
Film: Research in the Rhondda (1969)
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