Ana María Arévalo Gosen, winner of the Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award, discusses the realities of young motherhood – and why she hopes to change Venezuela’s abortion laws
Cíara Hillyer has spent her life in and out of hospitals. For her, they are a space of comfort and peace, where she can be vulnerable – feelings she captures in her delicate project, Breathing Space.
The esteemed festival of photojournalism hosts 25 exhibitions, with each work investigating a critical social and political issues affecting the global community today
Guided by the many dichotomies that exist within a hospital environment, Khan’s latest book, shot over four years, offers a rare insight into life inside the UK’s healthcare system
Adrienne Surprenant’s portraits of patients at a wound hospital in western Cameroon seek to remove the stigma of chronic wounds
Photography as a tool for seeing science: How the camera became, and continues to be, a powerful medium for shedding light on health-related subject matter that might otherwise remain unseen
The documentary photographer discusses the realities of shooting amid one of the world’s worst Ebola outbreaks in history
On average, a new patient arrives through the swinging doors of the Accident and Emergency…