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26 October EVENTS
Family Activities: Medical-themed family activities and crafts!
Tours: Hear ghoulish tales from the Worcester Royal Infirmary building’s past during a 45 minute tour with an experienced guide.
Spooky Stories: Listen to original short stories written by University of Worcester Creative Writing Society members! Inspired by the history and lore of the Worcester Royal Infirmary building. (Recommended for age 15+) Link to book FREE tickets in bio. @worcester_uni @worcsu
Tuesday was a day out for The Infirmary! We brought surgeon training activities to the Festival of Innovation in Malvern. Hope we inspired some future doctors, nurses, and surgeons! We won’t be able to be there, but they’re also hosting an open family day on Saturday at Malvern Theatres. Go check it out!
#surgeonscircus #FestivalofInnovation #science #technology #STEM #malvern #innovatemalvern @festinno
Limerick History of the British Medical Association for #NationalPoetryDay.
#medhist #histmed #charleshastings #Worcestershire @thebma
Infectious Diseases for 300, please.
Intrigued? Join us TOMORROW for The Spanish Flu: Story and Science!
7:30-9:00 PM in the Jenny Lind Chapel.
A talk from University of Worcester's Professor Maggie Andrews and—slight change in the lineup—Dr Emma Edwards to investigate Spanish Flu. What was it? What does it look like? Why did it spread? What was its impact after the First World War?
The Infirmary will be open late for visitors that wish to explore the exhibition before the event.
Book your FREE PLACE at the link in our bio. #spanishflu #pandemic #medhist #histmed #universityofworcester #worcesteruni @worcester_uni @adultlearningworcestershire