A Mile in My Shoes now online and at the Houses of Parliament
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A Mile in My Shoes now online and at the Houses of Parliament

You can now listen to the pieces I made for the latest ‘A Mile In My Shoes’ project here; the aim is to give a sense of what daily life working in the NHS is like, through audio recordings, and thus to increase understanding and empathy.

It’s also at the Houses of Parliament all this week; I’m hopeful it’ll give MPs some idea of the many challenges faced by healthcare workers in the UK today. (More info, including a short film explaining the project, here).

The project was run by the Empathy Museum, with funding from the Health Foundation.