People's History of the NHS


Graffiti wall

'Graffiti walls', such as this one from Thurrock in Essex, have been one way in which the NHS has sought to bring very public feedback and discussion into the spaces used by staff and patients. There is often a tendency for counter cultures to be co-opted, but the official use of 'graffiti walls' is at best a rather superficial effort to do so.


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