Championing patients and staff
Keep Our NHS public has campaigned against the introduction of NHS charges for migrants since their introduction in 2014. We believe that the NHS should be free at the point of use for all, and that these charges are an attack on our communities and the basic principles of the NHS.
See our resource cabinet for more information and campaigning resources regarding racism and migration in the NHS.
The country is on the verge of a constitutional crisis. The prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms large and either Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt will be the one to lead us through the storm. […]
This June Newsletter, has the biggest stories in health campaigning, Donald Trump flip-flopping on the NHS, speaker announcements for our upcoming Mental Health Crisis Summit, some fantastic news for domestic NHS staff and our annual meeting, which is […]
This Saturday 16th March, on UN Anti-Racism Day, there will be a national march against racism, islamophobia and anti-semitism meeting at Park Lane, London, at 12:00. NHS staff, students and campaigners have organised an NHS […]
“The whole agitation has a nasty taste. Instead of rejoicing at the opportunity to practise a civilised principle, Conservatives have tried to exploit the most disreputable emotions in this among many other attempts to discredit […]
Staff Nurse Danielle Tiplady meets an Iraqi nurse refugee, and argues healthcare should not respect borders, only the universal needs of patients. This article first appeared in The Nursing Times. Last weekend I went on a volunteering […]