Nursing Narratives ‘Exposed’ Film Screening at Manchester Met University

This is a special screening about nursing and racism taking place during Black History Month at Manchester Metropolitan University

Wednesady, 19 October 2022, 16:00 – 18:30 BST

Brooks Building, Manchester Metropolitan University 53 Bonsall Street Hulme M15 6GX

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This is a special screening of ‘Exposed’ a documentary features over about the experiences of racism of nurses and mid-wives before, during and after the pandemic. It is a very powerful film about the reality of nursing in our NHS for many Black and Brown nurses but it is also one that seeks and brings remedies to the challenge. This demands that we all work together.

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.

Q&A session with Professor Anandi Ramamurthy and Dr Faye Bruce Panel Members: 3 nurse participants

Light refreshments will be provided during the event so to avoid waste please let us know in advance if you need to cancel your ticket.

Please share this link across your organisations, NHS trust, universities and so on and encourage your leaders and decision makers to be in attendance to hear these stories and create support for action

Venue: Brooks Lecture Theatre 1, Birley Campus, Brooks Building between 4-6pm. 

Film Producer

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.

The Caribbean & African Health Network are one of the partners in this research

Published by CHARM Greater Manchester

CHARM, the Community for Holistic, Accessible, Rights Based Mental Health was launched by The Organic Recovery Learning Community in September 2020.

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