VISUALISING MEDICAL HERITAGE
Historical fiction lab review

Post by KIRSTY EARLEYR

Post by KIRSTY EARLEYR

Post by KIRSTY EARLEY

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“Domestic” Adeno-Tonsillectomy
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The World’s First X-Ray Department
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GSA Public Lecture – Making Waves
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Visualising Medical Heritage: Night at the Museum of Anatomy
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Adam Brown Kelly’s Chair
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New Exhibition – “Our Science and Art: Visualising the Human Body”
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Cases of hydrophobia in Glasgow, 1870s
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Our Evolving Digitisation
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The Goodall Symposium: 70 years of the NHS
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New Archive Collection: Dr A.K. Bowman
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Biphasic Stimulator: Mystery Solved!
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A Souvenir from the Lister Ward
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Staff Heritage Favourite: Andreas Vesalius Part II
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Heritage events programme – February to July 2018
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Visualising Medical Heritage: Storyteller Family Workshop
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Glasgow’s Criminal-Medical Histories, c. 1850-1920
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The life of a Renaissance book on dreams
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Staff Heritage Favourite: Andreas Vesalius
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Visualising Medical Heritage and Innovations – Meet the Experts
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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Winter 2018
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Visualising Medical Heritage: Historical Fiction Lab Review
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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Autumn 2017
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Heritage events programme – September to December 2017
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The Portable Ophthalmometer
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