Humans of Health Research exhibition - new dates for White CityImperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) is holding a free photography-led exhibition of patients and researchers involved in healthcare research in the main hall of White City Community Centre, between 30 May and 3 June (10.00-17.00).
This will feature photographs of research midwives, physiotherapists, pharmacists, nurses, patients and healthcare scientists, alongside details about why they carry out research, what they’ve learned, and advice for future researchers. It will also feature photographs of patients and details of the reasons why they got involved in research and how taking part has affected their health and their life. Many of the researchers and patients are from Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Each portrait features a QR code and when scanned leads to the full profiles of each researcher and patient, published online alongside additional photography.
There will be a supplementary event on Wednesday 31 May (13.00-14.30) where some of those featured in the exhibition will be available for informal conversations. You can register for this free event by visiting Eventbrite. This will be the final opportunity to see the exhibition in full before the images are donated to the AHSC partners and put on permanent display in hospital spaces.
Humans of Health Research
The Humans of Health Research series started in 2022 as an online project to showcase the value and impact of health research. The project is led by the Imperial College AHSC – a university-NHS partnership that seeks to transform healthcare through research. The Imperial College AHSC is a partnership between Imperial College London, The Institute of Cancer Research, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and Chelsea & Westminster NHS Foundation Trust.
Find out more about the Humans of Health Research Exhibition on the Imperial College London website.