PAST EVENT

History of Medicine Talk Series

This series of online talks has been designed to cover a range of topics, from serial killers and chloroform, to women doctors during WWI, and a behind-the-scenes look at exhibition development.

Join us for a series of talks on different aspects of the history of medicine. Three incredible guest speakers will tell us about their research and work.

Event dates

Event Details

Times:
Tuesday, 20 April, 6:30pm (AEST), "They Didn't Feel a Thing: Chloroform and Serial Killers", with Rebecca Lush, Curator, Integrated Pathology Learning Centre, The University of Queensland. Thursday, 22 April, 7pm (AEST), "The Women who ran Britain’s Trailblazing Hospital", with Wendy Moore, author and freelance journalist. Monday, 26 April, 6:30pm (AEST), "Djeembana Whakaora: First Nations medicine, health and healing", with Kat Clarke and Paris Norton, curatorial consultants for the newest exhibition of the Geoffrey Kaye Museum of Anaesthetic History.
Entry fees:
Free
Booking:
Prebooking requiredmuseum@anzca.edu.au
Attendance limit:
no
Website:
https://www.geoffreykayemuseum.org.au/
Onsite facilities:
Social:
Other things
you need to know:
Auslan interpreters will be live with the speakers