The days we rely on health and social care services can be some of the darkest of our lives. The times we need our doctors, nurses, receptionists or social workers the most, we expect them to be at their best. Every day.
Sometimes we fail to see the men and women who work tirelessly to provide world class health and social care in a busy, challenging and constrained working environment. We see these men and women as a uniform, a part of the system.
On top of this, we don’t see the thousands of people working to support those at the front line, delivering care. Every patient, every doctor, every social worker has a story.
To start a different type of conversation about what health and social care means to people, Spark the Difference is hosting an art exhibition at Health Foundry to share stories from some of the humans of healthcare.
Exhibition open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.
More info at: www.sparkthedifference.com