Pins & Needles
THE BLOG OF THE GEOFFREY KAYE MUSEUM OF ANAESTHETIC HISTORY
While reflecting on important dates in the history of anaesthesia, Dr Christine Ball, Honorary Curator and Monica Cronin, Curator of the Geoffrey Kaye Museum of Anaesthetic History looked at the early days of anaesthesia practice and their impact on contemporary...
Every year we change out one section of the exhibition space to create a new display.
Rebecca Lush is a student with the University of Sydney’s Museum & Heritage Studies program. Rebecca undertook an internship at the Museum during November and December 2015.
The 16th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists (WCA) was held in Hong Kong at the end of August. Usually there are a few history and ethical sessions squeezed into a jam-packed program but on this occasion the organisers decided to have a full Arts and Humanities track.
Lives of the Fellows: 1952 is part of an ongoing project uncovering the stories of Faculty and College Fellows.
Our research student from Deakin University uncovered an incredible story about Ludwig Brück, who designed the Bruck Inhaler.
Welcome to Pins and Needles, the brand new blog of the Geoffrey Kaye Museum of Anaesthetic History. We’re really excited to have you join us. The Geoffrey Kaye Museum has been around since about 1935.
In 2015 we developed a small exhibition to commemorate the ANZAC centenary and it also became our first online exhibition.
For a number of years we’ve been gradually uploading collection objects onto Victorian Collections, our online collection management system.