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Collection: Digitisation of Mental Healthcare Archives

Digitisation of Mental Healthcare Archives

The Digitisation of Mental Healthcare Archives is a collaborative project between the Wellcome Trust and a number of institutions including NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archive, Dumfries & Galloway Council and the University of Glasgow Digitisation Centre. The University of Glasgow’s role in this project will digitise content from the Gartnavel Royal Hospital and Crichton Royal Institute collections which translates to over 350, 000 images. The two year project began in 2014 and is scheduled to be completed in late 2016. The range of records encompassed by the project includes patient records included casebooks and registers (up to 1914), administrative records, artworks, photographs and publications produced by patients and staff.

 

If you’d like to join the Network, or to record one of your projects or collections on it, then please complete the appropriate pro forma (Word .doc) below and return it to Dr Cristin Sarg, the Network administrator, at our mailbox: arts-gmhn@glasgow.ac.uk

Network Member
Medical Humanities Project
Medical Humanities Collection

To join the Network, or to have listed a project or collection, you should normally be:

A member of staff at a Higher Education Institution in Glasgow, or at a civic collection.
A postgraduate researcher at a Higher Education Institution or civic collection in Glasgow.
A postdoctoral researcher affiliated to a Higher Education Institution or civic collection in Glasgow.

The Network is also open to practitioners (e.g. artists, writers, etc.), clinicians, and other stakeholders who are closely engaged with medical humanities in Glasgow.

Please feel free to contact us directly at the network mailbox arts-gmhn@glasgow.ac.uk for advice on your eligibility.