I’m starting work on a new book. As part of this, I’m keen to speak to doctors, nurses, midwives, axillary nurses, porters, radiographers, technicians, anyone who worked in the NHS many decades ago – you may have retired recently or a few years back, but have had experience of the NHS in any part of the UK when it began, or in the 50s, 60s, or 70s. I started as a medical student in 1988, started work in 94, and thus am missing direct experience of a great deal of the great NHS story.
Ideally I’d plan time to have conversation with you face to face, probably taking about an hour or so. I will record it and will hopefully use some in a book that will probably take another year to write.
I’m keen to talk to as wide a range of people as possible. I’m on firstname.lastname@example.org, and hope to hear from you!