NHS and the British Red Cross: 70 years of volunteering

Fri 14 Sep • 14:00 – 15:00

Teaching Room 1 • Brynmor Jones Library

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  • History of Science Scientific Section
  • Suitable for: 16+

    In 1948, the NHS took control of key medical services that had been established by the British Red Cross in the First World War and interwar years. From equipment and welfare advice to skin camouflage, Rosemary Wall highlights the British Red Cross’ contributions to the NHS and how it continues to act as an essential reserve.

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