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Note: page numbers in italic refer to illustrations. Literary works and plays can be found under authors’ names. Films and television productions can be found under their title.

1948, NHS in
NHS buildings 182, 204
in NHS history 11
pharmacies and 151, 152, 1534, 155, 156, 1624, 1667, 169
prestige of Britain and 2845, 307
significance to patients 912, 93
workforce 28, 2931, 324, 478
2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony 247, 249
activism 12, 13, 1057
activist feelings 13, 7999
attachment to the NHS 878, 903
criticism of the NHS 88, 95
first generation children 912, 956
historical contexts 91, 92, 93
ideal of the NHS 89
meaning of the NHS 889, 901, 93, 989
oral histories 7980
policy-makers 8990
social benefits of the NHS 91
survey methods 825
survey participants 80, 867
surveys and cultural history 937, 98
administrative staff 30, 379
adolescent healthcare 25575
‘Gillick competence’ 258, 2603
healthcare rights 26871
Just Seventeen magazine 2578, 2745
right to choose 2714
sexual health education 2567, 2638
advertising
anti-smoking initiative 1378, 139
the NHS at Boots 154, 155, 156, 1656
union recruitment 36
alcohol consumption 1337
American Medical Association (AMA) 286, 2901, 2923, 300
American visions of the NHS 283314
American patients 311
Anglo-American relations 3035
communism, a weapon against 285, 306
comparison with USA 2934
coverage in the USA 2889, 288, 31113, 313
images of the NHS 291, 293, 2949, 2958
Marshall Aid 3005
media briefings and other information 30811
national values, a symbol of 285, 3068, 31314
previous historical work 2834
propaganda tool, NHS as 2845
‘socialized medicine’ 2878, 2889, 2901, 2923, 299300, 312, 313
‘sovietization,’ NHS as 286
ancillary staff 10
privatisation 25
trade unions and 345, 434
workforce of 29, 301
archives 94, 151, 291
Armstrong, David 58, 65
Armstrong, Elizabeth A. 107
Armstrong, John 79
Arnold-Forster, Agnes 5
arts and popular culture 15, 23150
2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony 247, 249
critique 23944
documentary television 256, 2467
films 2356, 2378, 240, 2412
memoirs 236
NHS branding 2489
novels 2345, 237, 242
plays 236, 240
representations 2457, 2489
romance and comedy 2379
symbolism 24750
television drama 237, 238, 241, 2424
Ashton, John 132
Association of Scientific, Technical and Managerial Staffs Union (ASTMS) 46
Auld, Philip, Honour a Physician (1959) 236
Balt Cygnet scheme 30
Bates, Victoria 200
Bedale, Caroline 186
benefits, social security 567
Bernstein, Mary 107
Berridge, Virginia 8
Bevan, Aneurin
admiration for 92
NHS launch 33, 34, 182, 183
quotations 2323, 328
and Tredegar 184
Beveridge Report 56, 57
Beyond the Night (BBC, 1975) 5
Biddle, Richard 9
Binder, Carroll 311
Bivins, Roberta 6, 8, 11, 204
Blume, Stuart 8
Boots the Chemists 11, 14, 15071
advertising in 154, 155, 156, 1656
Boots Archive 151
commercial insecurity 1578
dispensaries 1534
distribution of stores 1512
incentives at 1636, 165
non-paying customers 15860, 159
professional identity and public duty 16670
workload and profitability 1613, 1623
‘Born in the NHS’ movement 96
Bosanquet, Nick 42
branding of the NHS 2489, 3245
Britannia Hospital (film, 1982) 2412
British Employers’ Confederation 667
British Information Services (BIS) 303, 304, 305
British Medical Association (BMA)
adolescent healthcare 273, 274
doctors and the NHS 40
GPs premises 205, 206, 212, 213
health education 21516
membership of 32
money 58
opposition to the NHS 33, 64
private practice 45
professional identity 58
sick notes 54, 623
British Social Attitudes survey 97
Brown, Phil, et al. 1067
Brown, Tim 14, 1034
Burke, Peter 3, 56
Burnham, Andy 183
Calverley, Beth, Wings 1778
campaigns
buildings, meaning of 186
against cuts in services 467, 185, 186
against hospital closures 13, 46, 1034, 184, 185
for nurses’ pay 40, 41
against pay beds 43, 45
Campion, Sarah, National Baby (1950) 236
Cardew, Bruce 313
Cardiac Arrest (BBC, 1994–96) 2434
‘Carry On’ films 2378, 240
Castle, Barbara 1
Casualty (BBC, 1986–) 241, 243
Central Health Service Council (CHSC) 205, 2067, 215
chapels 1889
chaplaincy services 1878
charitable fundraising 32, 116
Charles, J. A. 308, 310
chemists’ shops see Boots the Chemists
Chetham-Strode, Warren, The Gleam (1946) 236
children and smoking 13741
children, healthcare for see adolescent healthcare
class see social classes
Cold War period 30511
collective bargaining 35, 36, 40
Collings, J. S. 2045
Community Health Councils (CHCs) 130
community healthcare 187
community hospitals 1778, 1812
Confederation of Health Service Employees (COHSE) 32, 35, 41, 43, 45, 467
consumerism 1314
contraceptive healthcare see adolescent healthcare
COVID-19 pandemic 27, 187, 1912, 32930
Cronin, A. J., The Citadel (1937) 45, 2345
cultural history 37, 945, 105, 107
‘Cultural History of the NHS’ project 179
cultural life of individuals 183
cuts, campaigns against 467, 185, 186
Davison, Charley 1412
demographics, workforce 30
demonstrations 41, 43, 46
Department of Health and Social Security (DHSS) 1356
DeVane, Ed 200
disease prevention see public health campaigns
dispensaries 1534
Dix, Bernard 456
‘Doctor’ films 238
doctors 40, 294, 296, 325
documentaries 256, 2467
domestic, ideas of 214
Drabble, Margaret, The Millstone (1965) 240
drama see plays; television drama
dress codes 325
drinking 1337
Drinking Sensibly (DHSS, 1981) 134
Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA) 302
Edwards, Bill 303
Edwards, Ruth 182
Eley, Geoffrey 99
Emergency – Ward 9 (BBC, 1966) 241
Emergency – Ward 10 (ITV, 1957–67) 2378
employees 2832
Epstein, Steven 106
Erskine, Hughie 1856
Ewing, Oscar R. 289
Family Planning Association (FPA) 259, 2723
Farbman, N. R. 294, 295, 2956
films 2356, 2378, 240, 2412
Fontana, Andrea 84
Foucault, Michel 58
Fox, Daniel 302, 303
Fox, Megan 184
Frankel, Stephen 1412
free dispensing see Boots the Chemists
fundraising 32, 116
Geertz, Clifford 3
General Medical Council (GMC) 273, 274
general practice 10
general practitioners (GPs)
opposition to the NHS 33
oral histories 79
pharmacists and 1689
professional identities
in the NHS 57, 58
and sick notes 602, 646, 689
and waiting rooms 202, 206, 21011, 213, 21718
relationship to the NHS 40
‘renaissance’ of general practice 211
representations of 245
‘Gillick competence’ 258, 2603, 274
Gillick, Victoria 25960, 261, 2623, 264, 273, 274
Good Things Foundation 84
Gordon, Richard 238
Gore-Booth, Paul 304
Gorsky, Martin 2, 78, 179
Gosling, George 78, 11
Graham, Hilary 142
Great and Growing Evil, A (1987) 137
Griffiths, Alison 182
Griffiths, W. L. 345
Hadfield, Stephen 205, 208
‘Halifax Laundry Blues’ (Yorkshire Television, 1985) 256
Hamilton, Mollie A. 308
Handley, Sasha 3, 6, 105
Harding, Joanne 185
Hayes, Nick 11
health activism 1057
health centres 212, 214, 215
health education see public health campaigns; sexual health education
Health Education (Cohen, 1964) 131
Health Education Authority (HEA) 136
Health Education Council (HEC) 131, 134, 1356, 1389
health promotion 133
heart disease 1412
Hepworth, David 2634
HIV/AIDS activism 106
Hoare, Edmund 183
Hoffman, Beatrix 283
Hospital (BBC, 2016–) 246
hospital campaigns 10319
credentialed knowledge 11415
health activism 1057
institutionally versed approach 11314
local ownership 11518
media coverage 1034, 118
patient experience 11113
production of campaigns 11819
public attitudes 104
qualitative interviews 1045
study method 1079
visible tactics 10910
hospital closures 13, 46, 1034, 184, 185
hospital doctors 40
hospitals 10
community hospitals 1778, 1812
Trafford General 33, 1824, 1856, 329
voluntary hospitals 32
Hurren, Elizabeth 182
identity see local identities; ‘NHS staff’ as worker identity; professional identities
Indian views on the NHS 307
industrial action 389, 424, 48
industrial practices 202, 204, 205, 208
Inter-Departmental Committee on Medical Certificates see Safford Committee
inter-war health system 323, 2023
international context see American visions of the NHS
Isaacs, Stella 3045
Jepson, Jack 41
Joseph, Alun E. 104
Jowitt, Sir William 61
Just Seventeen 15, 256, 2578, 2745
healthcare rights 26871
right to choose 2714
sexual health education 2638
Kauffman, Mark 294, 295, 2978
Kearns, Robin A. 104
Keep Our NHS Public 83
Kelly, Susan 79
Klein, Rudolf 7, 9, 58
knowledge work 111
laboratory workers 46
Labour Party 35, 45
Laite, Julia 7
LaLonde, Marc, A New Perspective on the Health of Canadians 133
laundry services 256
Lepore, Jill 290
Lewis, Jane 58
Life magazine 291, 293, 2949, 298, 300
Lindsey, Almont 299300, 311
local history 9
local identities 32, 33, 184
logo of the NHS 248, 324, 325
London Health Emergency 94
‘loving’ the NHS see activist feelings
McAleer, Joseph 5
McCarthy, Conor 190
McDade, Bridget 187
McFadyean, Melanie 267, 268
McKibbin, Ross 235
McWilliam, Rohan 3, 6, 105
magazines see Just Seventeen; Spare Rib
Mallinson, Terry 43
management regimes 41, 42
Maplas, Jeff 179
Marquand, Hilary 286, 309
media reports 1034
Medical Aid Society 184
medical certification see sick notes
Mellor, Nanette 187
memoirs 236
metaphors for the NHS 3278
microhistory 7
midwives 187
Millward, Gareth 8
Mohan, John 78, 181
Mold, Alex 8
Moon, Graham 14, 1034
Moore, Martin D. 64
Morgan, Glyn Rawley 184
Morrice, Andrew 58
Morris-Jones, Henry 645
Morrison, Herbert 214, 306
Mort, Frank 6
National Association of Local Government Officers (NALGO) 36, 38
National Health Insurance (NHI)
and sick notes 56, 57, 61, 63
and waiting rooms 2012
National Health Service (NHS)
as a composite system 3267
historical research 78, 7980, 179, 1812, 200, 3289
as a legal entity 323
metaphors for 3278
name of 3234
new trends in research 812
National Insurance benefits 567
National Union of Public Employees (NUPE)
enthusiasm for the NHS 345
against hospital closures 46
membership of 32
nurses and 41
private practice 456
worker identity 357, 43, 44
nationalisation 32
New Perspective on the Health of Canadians, A (LaLonde,1974) 133
Newman, G. F., The Nation’s Health (1983) 242
Newman, Janet 111
newspaper coverage
NHS in America 286, 2879, 288, 291, 310, 31112
nurses 33
pharmacists 157
sexual health education 256, 261, 263
waiting rooms 204
‘NHS at 70’ project 1789, 1801
interviews from 18290
‘NHS staff’ as worker identity 13, 2548
administrators 379
identities at foundation 325
industrial conflict in the 1970s 424
low pay (1960s) 3942
‘The NHS’ as entity 47
NHS staff 478
protests (1970s) 447
trade unions and 357
worker identity 267, 28
workforce structure 2832
Nichols, Peter, The National Health (1969) 240
Nick O’Teen campaign 13741
Noakes, Lucy 3, 6, 105
Norman, Jillianne 1889
Northern Ireland 18990
novels 5, 2345, 237, 242
nurse managers 41
nurses
ambivalence to the NHS 34
discipline of 40
dress codes 325
hierarchy 33, 41
public image of 40, 412
recruitment of 30, 31
social classes 29
unions and 367, 40, 41, 43
Offer, Avner 142
Olympic Games opening ceremony 247, 249
online surveys see activist feelings
oral histories 7980, 180, 1901, 328
‘time slip’ phenomenon 96
Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion (1986) 133
outsourcing 256
Palmer, Cecil 308
Pascoe, Carla 191
patients
as consumers 12930
as customers 157, 1589, 159
experience of 5, 11113
hospital campaigns 11113, 185
and sick notes 634
and waiting rooms 2078, 210, 212, 213, 21617, 218
waiting rooms, American interest in 294, 295, 296
Patients Association (PA) 12930
patronage 33
pay disputes 389, 41, 44
Pharmaceutical Society Council 167
pharmacists
commercial insecurity 157, 158
customer relations 1579
incentive schemes 163, 1645
professional identity 16670
public role of 1534
workload 1612
place 17980
see also space and place
plays 236, 240
political histories 9
Politics of Health 95
Pontypool Hospital 182
popularity of the NHS 27, 28
Porter, Roy 129
pressure groups 5
Prevention and Health Everybody’s Business (DHSS,1976) 131
primary care 326
privacy 213
private patients 445, 63, 208
privatisation 256
productivity 57
professional identities
general practitioners
in the NHS 57, 58
and sick notes 602, 646, 689
and waiting rooms 202, 206, 21011, 213, 21718
pharmacists 16670
professional staff 29
Prokos, Anastacia 84
public attitudes 5, 910
public health 21516, 326
public health campaigns 12, 1314, 12744
alcohol consumption 1337
consumer choice 1412
consumerism 127, 132, 143
disease prevention 128, 1312
health education 131
health promotion 133
patients as consumers 12930
smoking by children 13741
social marketing 1323
social structure and the environment 133
qualitative data 801, 8794
qualitative interviews 13, 1045, 10817
Quinn, Briege 18990
recruitment 301
religion
in the NHS 18790
NHS as 1, 187
representation, cultural 15
Resources Allocation Working Party (RAWP) 46
Richardson, William Allan 3012
Rivett, Geoffrey 7
Rosen, June 1834
Rosenberg, Charles 284
Royal College of Nursing (RCN) 29, 32, 36, 40, 41
Royal College of Physicians (RCP) 137, 138
Safford Committee 54, 589, 623
Salmi, Hannu 4
Salmon Report (1967) 41
Savage, Mike 29
Scarman, (Leslie), Lord 262
Seaton, Andrew 200
Second World War
shop life during 161
sick notes 56, 60
sexual health education 2567, 2638
Seymour, Howard 132
Sheard, Sally 8
shop windows 154, 155, 156, 1656
sick notes 13, 5469
burden of 545
patient treatment and welfare 624
private sector employer demands 667
professional autonomy, impact on 5962
rationalisation of 66, 67
time and 559, 69
time, prioritising GPs’ 646, 68
sick pay 567, 66
Simpson, Julian 79, 211
‘small histories’ 7
Smith, George Davey 1412
Smith, Graham 7999
smoking 13741, 142
Smoking or Health (RCP, 1987) 138
Snow, Stephanie 8
social classes
waiting rooms 2079
workforce 29, 30, 38, 434
social marketing 1323
social movement theory 1057, 119
social security benefits 567
socialism 32
‘socialized medicine’ 2878, 2889, 2901, 2923, 299300, 312, 313
South Bristol Community Hospital 1778
space 1415
space and place 17792
campaigns, closure, and change 1847
faith, health and care 18790
health and 17980
‘NHS at 70’ project 1789, 1801
Trafford General Hospital 1814
Spare Rib 95
St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London 1034, 181
statistics 67
Steedman, Carolyn 85
Stewart, Ellen 118, 182
Street, Sarah 238
strikes 423, 48
Superman 1401
support staff 29
Swift, Christopher 188
Sykes, Peter 182
Taylor, Stephen 205, 213, 214, 215, 216
teenage magazines see Just Seventeen
television documentaries 256, 2467
television drama 5, 237, 238, 241, 2424
That’s the Limit (HEC/HEA, 1984/1987) 1345, 136
Thompson, E. P. 556
Thompson, Paul 180
Thomson, Mathew 6, 8, 11
time and work 556
Toon, Elizabeth 5
Touch of Love, A (film, 1969) 240
Toynbee, Polly 96
trade unions
industrial action and conflict 38, 40, 43, 45, 467
pharmacists and 167
recruitment by 367
on sick notes 667
support for the NHS 345, 48
workplace activism 42
Trades Union Congress 667
Trafford General Hospital 33, 1824, 1856, 329
Tredegar 184
Truffaut, François 238
Twitter 83
United States of America see American visions of the NHS
‘vesting days’ 32, 33
voluntary associations 34
voluntary hospitals 32
waiting rooms 14, 199218
brightness and cheerfulness of 21415
decoration and furnishings 209, 214
‘full’ waiting rooms, impact of 20911
GPs and 199, 201, 2067, 21718
inter-war period 2013
opportunity of 21116
patients, attitudes towards 2079
political problem of 2035
privacy and 213
public health posters 21516
in shared premises 212
surveys of 2045
symbolic importance of 2079
waiting rooms, American interest in 294, 295, 296
Wales 182, 184
Weaver, Naomi 183
Webster, Charles 7, 31, 58
Westward Ho scheme 31
Whelan, Emma 106
White Corridors (film, 1951) 2356
Whitley councils 35, 38
Widgery, David 8
Wikipedia 3245
Williams, Bryn 37
‘Winter of Discontent’ 1978–79) 43
Woodhead, Linda 187
Woolf, (Harry) Mr Justice 2601
work see ‘NHS staff’ as worker identity; sick notes
workforce structure 2832
World Health Organization (WHO) 133
Wynne, Michael, Who Cares (2015) 246
Young, Sir George 138
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