NHS England, in partnership with Fujifilm UK, has today launched a national photography competition to mark 75 years of the NHS, titled Our NHS at 75.
The competition is an opportunity for NHS staff and volunteers to share – through photos – their unique stories of what the NHS means to them.
Entries will be judged by a star-studded panel including This Morning’s resident GP Dr Ellie Cannon, award-winning journalist Victoria Macdonald, eminent photographer Lewis Khan, Dr Habib Naqvi MBE, Chief Nursing Officer for England, Dame Ruth May and Fujifilm’s Theo Georghiades (General Manager, Imaging Solutions UK).
The competition explores what the NHS means to staff and volunteers across five categories. The winning photos, along with 70 commended entries, will be displayed in a dedicated exhibition at the FUJIFILM House of Photography in Covent Garden, London during July and August. The five winners will also have their photo displayed at the NHS’s 75th anniversary service at Westminster Abbey on 5 July.
Tom Watanabe, Managing Director of FUJIFILM UK Limited, said:
Chief Nursing Officer for England, Dame Ruth May said:
Victoria Macdonald, Health and Social Care Editor for Channel 4 News said:
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