The Anaesthesia Heritage Centre
The Anaesthesia Heritage Centre contains the Association’s archives, the Anaesthesia Museum and a rare book collection and is open to everyone. The Heritage Centre is a unique resource for research into the history of anaesthesia. The Heritage Centre is open from 10.00-16.00, Monday-Friday.
PLEASE NOTE... There will be no lift access to the museum from 29 March to 4 April due to maintenance. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
HERITAGE CENTRE LATES... Join us for the next Lates event on the 19 May 2017. We welcome back author Dr Emily Mayhew, who will be talking about her new book (and signing copies too!) A Heavy Reckoning: War, Medicine and Survival in Afghanistan and Beyond, which will be launched in May 2017. A Heavy Reckoning explores trauma and medicine in wartime from the First World War to Afghanistan and modern rehabilitation centres.
Places at this special event are limited and tickets are just £15 (inc drinks, canapés and a private viewing of the latest exhibition The Price of a Mile. Book your ticket here.
NOW OPEN... The Heritage Centre's new exhibition The Price of a Mile: Anaesthesia during the Battle of the Somme
Transporting wounded by horse-drawn light railway during the Battle of the Somme, Oct 1916 ©IWM (Q 1348) by courtesy of the Imperial War Museum
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