We’re back this July 28-31 to get Sydney excited about medicine through a diverse programme of experiences, exhibitions, talks and activities. From behind the scenes tours of hospitals and specifically curated exhibitions, to talks from world experts and hands-on technology demonstrations – there’s something for all ages and interests.
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Get an insight into the world of conservation at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, with a rare opportunity to learn how the museum conservators practice the subtle science and exacting art of stabilizing objects, so that they last for another hundred years.
Visit the Museums Discovery Centres deep collection store and explore objects that have impacted on the life and death of people around the world. Delve into life and death in art, design, technology, science, mythology and above all, stories of the human experience.
Explore the extraordinary wonderland of the Museum’s underground collection store. Join Curators, Tilly Boleyn and Damian McDonald, on this entertaining small-group tour of treasures in the Museum’s health and medicine collection.
Are you involved in a medical or healthcare startup? Or got a great idea for a new business but don't know where to start? Join us for food, networking, lots of discussion and advice from some invited experts.
Every year, around 54,000 Australians suffer a heart attack - the equivalent of one every 10 minutes. Learn how to identify a heart attack and perform basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) which could double the chance of survival.
Join a guided tour of the Society for Preservation of the Artefacts of Surgery and Medicine (SPASM) Museum - one of the most unique medical museums in Australia - to learn about healthcare in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Join us for a day of talks, tours and short films at the unique Quarantine Station on North Head. Investigate the history of infectious disease in Sydney and learn how medical science is keeping us one sneeze away from the next pandemic.
Visit the Lucy Osburn-Nightingale Museum on the site of Australia’s oldest hospital operating continuously since 1788. Join a tour and hear the impact Lucy Osburn had on Australian healthcare and view the collection of medical artefacts and specimens.
Join us for a series of talks at the unique Quarantine Station on North Head. Hear the history of infectious disease in Sydney and learn how medical science is keeping us one sneeze away from the next pandemic.
How can technology drive personalised models of healthcare? How can Artificial Intelligence and machine learning transform decision making in care? Please join us, over breakfast, as we hear from two leaders in the field on their experiences in innovations in digital health