PublicNet explores a new perspective on the growing problem of photographic management in the NHS

Hospitals often need to take photographs of patients to record injuries on the progress of specific conditions eg severe rashes, bedsores and so on. Historically these images were taken and maintained by in-house photography teams with their own on-site darkroom, but in the age of the digital camera, such facilities are being wound down.

The problem that we have inadvertently created is growing chaos when it comes to proper management and support of all that imagery.

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