BBC 2’s Hospital filming at QMC next year

November 29th, 2017

The next series of BBC2’s documentary series Hospital is set to film with our partner, NUH, at the City Hospital and Queen’s Medical Centre sites in the new year.

The production company, Label 1, are currently in the research phase ahead of filming in the new year. Clinical colleagues may already have received an email from NUH informing them of this.

Filming is expected to take place over seven weeks in January and February, though final schedules are still to be confirmed. Six one-hour episodes will be produced, and are expected to be screened in April.

Consent for filming and broadcast is managed by the production company. Staff and patients will be required to give consent to film. They will also be contacted during the editing process to give consent to broadcast. Staff and patients who gave their consent during filming will also be given contact details for the production company so that they can discuss/rescind consent once filming is complete.

Please be assured, colleagues can ask the researchers or filming crew to leave at any time when filming if they feel patient care is being compromised by their presence.

We are working closely with the NUH comms team on making the most of this opportunity to showcase our work, and to ensure that the needs of our staff, students and patients are considered at every stage.

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