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Health Care Workers in HIV
An oral history in the UK AIDS era
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Project dissemination event
Thank you for everyone who attended the event on the 12th November, 2019 which was held at Conway Hall, London.
About the project
This project has charted the lived experiences of a unique and profound era of British healthcare history; the AIDS Era. The project recorded stories and reflections from healthcare workers who were working in HIV care during that time.
Introducing the website
The website tells you more about the project The AIDS Era: an oral history of HIV healthcare workers during the 1980s and 1990s.
How to access the full collection
The full recordings and transcripts are available at the British Library.
The black-and-white photos on this website are by Gideon Mendel. In 1993, Gideon Mendel spent several weeks photographing Broderip and Charles Bell HIV wards at the London’s Middlesex Hospital as part of the Positive Lives project, which marked the tenth anniversary of the Terence Higgins Trust.
Please get in touch with any queries or comments about the website or the project.
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Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0
With a financial contribution from St Stephens AIDS Trust