Association of Anaesthetists Heritage Centre
The Anaesthesia Heritage Centre tells the remarkable story of anaesthesia, from its first public demonstration in 1846 to modern day anaesthetists working in the aftermath of wars and terrorist attacks. The Museum, rare book collection and archive are a unique resource for both curious visitors and specialist researchers.
The museum has a permanent and a temporary display, as well as pull-out drawers and flip books containing biographies and details of large anaesthetic machines. The collections give an insight into the history of anaesthesia, resuscitation and pain relief.
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Bristol Medico-Historical Society
Dr Peter Carpenter
British Society for the History of ENT
British Society for the History of Paediatrics and Child Health
British Society for the History of Pharmacy
British Society for the History of Radiology
De Partu is interested in all aspects of childbirth and midwifery, from Ancient Egypt to the present day. Although it is principally an online forum, with a presence on Facebook and Twitter (@de_partu), we also aim to have a ‘real’ meeting every year.
Our book reviews naturally focus on the history of childbirth and midwifery in its broadest sense, and have recently extended in scope to include relevant historical fiction. No date limit is set for inclusion, since older work may still be of scholarly value.
contact Dr Janette Allotey
Devon and Exeter Medical Society
Friends of Millbank
Celebrating the heritage and achievements of military medicine, and its relevance for healthcare worldwide. You are warmly invited to our talks in the original lecture theatre at the former Royal Army Medical College, Millbank (now Chelsea College of Arts).
Contact Details: David Vassallo, Chairman. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glenside Hospital Museum, Bristol
Herbal History Research Network
Historical Medical Equipment Society
Secretary: Dr Peter Mohr
The HMES is concerned with the study & collection of old surgical instruments and other medical, hospital & pharmacy equipment.
Further information & membership details from email@example.com
Lancaster Medical Museum
contact Dr Bryan Rhodes
Lindsay Society for the History of Dentistry
contact Dr Brian Williams
The British Dental Association has a museum in central London, open to all.
Old Operating Theatre Museum
Osler Club of London
Royal College of Physicians – Library and Archives
Royal College of Psychiatrists – History of Psychiatry Special Interest Group (HoPSIG)
Royal Society of Medicine – History of Medicine Society
Tel: (+44) (0) 20 7290 2985
1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
Section administrator, phone Tel: (+44) (0) 20 7290 2985, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For details and events see our notice board and www.rsm.ac.uk/academ/smthisto.php
History of Medicine Publications from the the RSM include The Journal of Medical Biography
The Scottish Society of the History of Medicine
Hon Secretary: Mr Andreas Demetriades EMail: email@example.com
Science Museum (Medicine Curatorial Team)
Sheffield Aesculapian Society
contact Dr Stephen Brennan
Suffolk Medical History Society
contact Dr Ted Cockayne
Surgeons’ Hall Museums Edinburgh
Membership of the library is free for anyone with a research or study interest in the history and progress of medicine.
E-registration is available in advance of visiting or to receive news.
As well as extensive document collections the library has a large collection of images, very many of them already available in electronic form.
West Sussex History of Medicine Society
Worcester Medical Museums
There are two medical museums in Worcester sharing a common website www.medicalmuseum.org.uk
George Marshall Medical Museum and the Infirmary – curator Louise Price email firstname.lastname@example.org
Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of
London (Faculty of the History and
Philosophy of Medicine and Pharmacy)
Tel: 020 7236 1189 www.apothecaries.org/
The Faculty run two diploma courses. The Diploma in the History of Medicine and the Diploma in Ethics and Philosophy.
Contact: Maria Ferran, Faculty Coordinator Email: email@example.com
The Friends of the Archives encourages members of the general public to join with them in helping raise funds for the conservation of the material in the archives and also helps with the purchase of relevant acquisitions as necessary.
Both faculties and friends hold evening lectures with eminent international speakers that are worldly renowned. Memberships are available for all of the above.
The schedule of forthcoming Eponymous lectures (with subscription supper) is available here.
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