Occupying Hospitals: Some Inspirations and Issues from UK History
Through the 1970s, 80s and early 1990s, more than twenty hospitals were occupied either by NHS workers or people from local communities, usually to prevent closures of wards or buildings. Occupational Hazards recounts
the stories of some of these actions, with first hand accounts of some, and raises some questions about who controls the occupations and work-ins. Can tales of these events be useful the face of current closures in the NHS?
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