Nursing Narratives 'Exposed' Film Screening and Q & A

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Friday 21 October 2022

12:00 PM - 02:00 PM


Charles Ward Building, Room 152, Cope Street, Coventry, CV1 5FD



Event details

'Racism like a virus spreads and causes significant harm.’ Estephanie Dunn

Nursing Narratives: Racism and the Pandemic (an AHRC/UKRI Rapid Response to Covid-19 research project)

This is a special School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health screening of 'Exposed' a documentary about the experiences of racism of nurses and mid-wives before, during and after the pandemic.

Come and be part of the discussions to call for systemic change. Meet and hear some of the nurses and midwives who told their stories and take part in the Q&A session. The nurses and midwives have collaborated to produce a Manifesto for Change which they will present on the day.


Speaker details:

Q&A session with Neomi Bennett BEM, Equality for Black Nurses

Esther Akinpelu Equality for Black Nurses

Dr Ken Fero, Assistant Professor Research Centre for Global Education


The Nursing Narratives research team:

Principle Investigator - Professor Anandi Ramamurthy, Sheffield Hallam University

Filmmaker - Dr Ken Fero, Migrant Media & Research Centre for Global Learning, Coventry University.

Co-Investigators - Dr Sadiq Bhanbhro, Sheffield Hallam University and Dr Faye Bruce, Manchester Metropolitan University

Research Associate - Freya Collier-Sewell, Sheffield Hallam University

Spaces are limited so please let us know early if you register and later are unable to attend.


For enquiries please contact Dr Maxine Pryce-Miller