RCN & NHS Project Partners

Partnership an Important Element of This Oral History Project

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Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS Project Partners

 

 

General Details of Major Partners who supported the Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS Project

The partnership an arrangement between individuals and organisations to work together to achieve the  common aims of the Retired Caribbean Nurses & NHS Project

Getting the basics right from start to finish

An important aspect of delivering the project retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS had always being the development of partnership, with:

  • Nurses
  • Community organisations such as, Nurses Association of Jamaica, Hackney Caribbean Elders Organisations
  • Churches
  • National and Local Bodies such as, Royal College of Nurses and Retired NHS Fellowship
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • London Metropolitan Archive
  • Hackney Museum
  • Volunteers
  • Queen Mary University London
  • Trustees of Black Women in the Arts
  • Members of Black Women in the Arts
  • Graphic Designer – Jeanine  fox
  • Printers

Everyone played an important part in assisting in the development of the Retired Caribbean Nurses & NHS project.   Some gave of their time and resources.  Others gave of their resources and expertises.   No matter how small, every contribution were well received, and greatly assisted in the delivery of the project Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS.

Meetings, emails, telephone calls and discussion groups were some of the means by which the project manager and project officers exchanged ideas, and thoughts about the Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS.

On paper Black Women in the Arts had secured funding from Heritage Lottery Fund  https://www.hlf.org.uk/ , as our first major partner, for the Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS  project.   Prior to the Heritage Lottery Fund  for this project,  Black Women in the Arts had verbally secured the partnership of Hackney Museum and London Metropolitan Archives.   The organisations new that its next steps in securing partners would be to involve, nurses, community organisations and others in the delivery of:   Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS project.

Team work would be one of the key elements that  would drive the project.  Black Women in the Arts (www.blackwomenart.org) began the task of putting Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS project together.  The success of the Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS would be dependent on the involvement  of partners working towards this common goal.

Below is a display of some of the logos that appeared on the first general leaflet for the Retired Caribbean Nurses & the NHS project, that kicked started the project.