Ahead of the General Election NHS Roadshow and KONP and other campaigners created some videos to help show people why they should #voteNHS.
A 10 minute video detailing how the current Government have deliberately underfunded our NHS and how this has left our NHS vulnerable to privatisation.
A 5 minute video presenting facts and figures busting myths around 'Health Tourism' and immigration as a primary drain on the NHS.
A 6 minute video giving an overview of how the NHS is structured and how it's changed as a result of the 2012 Health and Social Care Act. This is really good viewing if you are new to Health Campaigning and need an overview of what the Government has changed.
In this keynote lecture at the 'Talk NHS' public debate, Professor Stephen Hawking gives his thoughts and personal experience on the NHS today. Including thoughts on the state of the NHS, how did we get here and what is the likely future for our health system.
The People's Assembly Against Austerity shared their Facebook video of the speeches from the day of protest in London that over 60000 people attended. Speaking on behalf of KONP and Health Campaigns Together KONP Co-Chair, Tony O’Sullivan, joined other amazing speakers on the platform at Downing Street to demand the Government properly fund Our NHS. Tony can be heard from 37.30 onwards
On Tuesday 27 February Keep Our NHS Public gave oral evidence to the Commons Health & Social Care Committee (HSC) inquiry into Sustainability and Transformation Plans and Accountable Care Systems and Organisations. Tony O’Sullivan (KONP) joined the panel including three participants in the Judicial Review for the NHS – Professor Allyson Pollock, Dr Colin Hutchinson (Doctors for the NHS) and Dr Graham Winyard.
An example of a brilliant regional demonstration courtesy of KONP North East one of our local groups. Includes an interview with Stephen Tompkinson and some members of the public
Dr Graham Winyard,former Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Medical Director, NHS England and one of the people challenging the ACO contract in court explains to The Kingsfund why he thinks they are a bad idea.