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COVID-19 Contemporary Collecting


COVID-19 Contemporary Collecting

Contemporary collecting is defined as the collecting of objects, stories and material culture that reflect the recent past and what is happening today. 

The museum is preparing to tell the story of the COVID-19 pandemic through the voices of anaesthetists, intensivists and patients, and by collecting anaesthetic equipment which was critical to patient care and safety. Read about the project and how to get involved.

Oral histories

COVID-19 pandemic

Alan-McGlennan

Dr Alan McGlennan, Medical Director, Nightingale Hospital

Jane-Lim

Dr Jane Lim, Deployed to a COVID-19 ward

Tim-Meek

Dr Tim Meek, Redeployed and contracted COVID-19

Carl-Waldman

Dr Carl Waldmann, Intensivist, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

John-Shubhaker

Dr John Shubhaker, Training Team, Nightingale Hospital

Natalie-Mincher

Dr Natalie Mincher, Redeployed to COVID-19 ICU

Alison-Pittard

Dr Alison Pittard, Dean of the Faculty of Intensive Care

Dr-Sarah-Ramsay

Dr Sarah Ramsay, Scottish perspective on COVID-19

Dr-Michael-Spiro-and-Dr-Marc-Wittenberg-oral-history

Dr Michael Spiro and Dr Marc Wittenberg, CoVent ventilator

Dr Shanath Ramachandran, Contracted COVID-19 and spent eight days in ICU intubated

Dr Nuala Lucas, MBE recipient for services to anaesthesia during COVID-19

Dr Rory Dwyer, Irish perspective on COVID-19

Professor Andrew Farmery, Part of the team who designed OxVent

Dr Fiona Roberts, Worked as an anaesthetist during the pandemic while pregnant

   

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