The Nosocomial Project

The Nosocomial Project is an award-winning collaboration set up by playwright Nicola Baldwin and Dr Elaine Cloutman-Green, Lead Healthcare Scientist at Great Ormond Street Hospital, which creates drama and events based on the experiences and stories of patients, artists, and Healthcare Scientists.

Our work includes plays and readings, site-specific performance, and short films, for children and adults. We also host workshops, panels and collaborative events for artists and scientists, and partner events to promote cross-disciplinary conversation.

The Nosocomial Project seeks to build relationships between Scientists, researchers, patients, families and the public through theatre, shared experience, and conversation; believing that better communication and understanding are vital for managing future threats to global health.

We won the 2019 CSO Partnering Patients and Citizens Award, and 2020 Antibiotic Guardian award for Public Engagement. In 2021 we partnered with Precision AMR research initiative at UCL , UCLH, GOSH and ICH to coordinate PPI and produced two Rise Of The Resistance festivals (online and in person) in July and September 2021, and have three new shows in development for 2022.

The Nosocomial Project is an award-winning collaboration set up by playwright Nicola Baldwin and Dr Elaine Cloutman-Green, Lead Healthcare Scientist at Great Ormond Street Hospital, which creates drama and events based on the experiences and stories of patients, artists, and Healthcare Scientists.

Our work includes plays and readings, site-specific performance, and short films, for children and adults. We also host workshops, panels and collaborative events for artists and scientists, and partner events to promote cross-disciplinary conversation.

The Nosocomial Project seeks to build relationships between Scientists, researchers, patients, families and the public through theatre, shared experience, and conversation; believing that better communication and understanding are vital for managing future threats to global health.

We won the 2019 CSO Partnering Patients and Citizens Award, and 2020 Antibiotic Guardian award for Public Engagement. In 2021 we partnered with Precision AMR research initiative at UCL , UCLH, GOSH and ICH to coordinate PPI and produced two Rise Of The Resistance festivals (online and in person) in July and September 2021, and have three new shows in development for 2022.

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