University of WolverhamptonProject
NHS 70th Anniversary
We teamed up with our local higher education provider for a talking heads video all about its work with the country’s largest employer!
July 5th 2018 saw the 70th anniversary of the creation of the National Health Service (NHS) – the nation’s publicly funded healthcare system and its largest employer by number of employees.
The NHS was launched in 1948 by the then Minister of Health Aneurin Bevan with three core principles at its heart:
- That it met the needs of everyone
- That it be free at the point of delivery
- That it be based on clinical need, not ability to pay
Since its formation the service has gone on to become one of the most prominent features in British life, with a 2016 survey finding that the NHS topped the list of “things that makes us most proud to be British”.
To help mark the service’s 70th anniversary, we were asked by a team at the University of Wolverhampton’s Institute of Health if we could create a video for them highlighting its work with the NHS!
For this project, we created a talking heads video for the University – a video which is interview led and containing the thoughts of a number of different speakers.
In our video we hear from the following speakers…
- Dr Sarah Jones (Reader in Pharmacology)
- Dr Moses Murandu (Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing)
- Sharon Arkell (Director of the University’s Institute of Health)
- William Dainty (Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust)
- Paul Jackson (Head of Practice Learning in the University’s Faculty of Education, Health, and Wellbeing)
- Anthony Marsh (Chief Executive at West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS))
…as they give their thoughts about the world leading research taking place at the University, the opportunities for young people to become healthcare professionals in the NHS after their studies, and the partnership the University has with the WMAS.
Our three minute video was just the thing to highlight how the University continues to educate and support health and social care students to work within the NHS, and it can be watched above!
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