What care would you or could you expect at the end of life? And why should we all be talking about this more?
Imperial College Centre for Engagement and Simulation Science (ICCESS) invite you to an immersive event exploring the expressions of care in two different yet complementary settings: fine dining and day surgery.
To launch the AIDS Histories and Cultures Festival, join us for an evening of games, activities and displays.
An HIV diagnosis in the 1980s meant illness, isolation, stigma, rejection and death.
“AIDS is not over and neither is AIDS in the past” (Sarah Schulman)
The impact epidemics have continues well beyond the crisis itself: social, psychological and political.
The number of men in nursing remains low, with less than 10% of applicants to nursing courses men.
Before the advent of successful drug therapies in the 1950s, nursing was central to patients’ experiences of tuberculosis care.
Take a free guided tour round our historic building on Open House London weekend.
“Extra iron lungs were hastily flown in … Most were not needed ... There were many deaths that weekend.”