People's History of the NHS


Diet in Institutions of Care: History & Policy

April 21, 2017
University of Warwick

On Friday 21st April 2017, the Cultural History of the NHS team have organised, in collaboration with a project looking at Prisoners’ Health, also at Warwick, an event about institutional diet.  We have speakers from a range of policy contexts, charities, and higher education organisations, looking at how diet has changed over time in hospitals, prisons, schools, and community centres such as soup kitchens.  If you’d like to know more, or to apply to attend, please email

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