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This article explores the public engagement work of the Cultural History of the National Health Service (NHS) project, conducted at the University of Warwick between 2016 and 2019 and aiming to explore the meanings attached to Britain's NHS over its 70-year history. The article situates public engagement as a critical methodology for social historians of medicine, exploring how events deepened this project's understandings of post-war welfare, childhood treatments and activist cultures. Throughdoi:10.1093/shm/hkaa041 fatcat:7ojmejvfxnff7f2xoyv574eiim