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Visualising Medical Heritage

For the past two years, we have been developing a series of interactive digital products to communicate the medical heritage of the College, Glasgow, and Scotland. These visualisation products tell the stories of groundbreaking work carried out by Fellows and Members throughout history, and how their work changed the practice of medicine and surgery for the better.

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Bitesize Videos

For #MuseumFromHome twitter campaign, we created a series of bitesize videos to share stories of our heritage online for people to access at home. From Joseph Lister's theory of antisepsis to William Macewen's first brain tumour removal, discover the fascinating stories hidden within the College's heritage collections!

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Body of Work Podcast

Join Digital Heritage Officer, Kirsty Earley, and Library and Heritage Manager, Clare Harrison, as they bring you the stories behind some of the College's heritage collections in Body of Work Bites.


Previous Events

The heritage department holds a series of events as part of their engagement programmes, which run biannually from January to June and September to December. The following video playlists are of past recorded events, including our popular “Reframed” series of events addressing issues of equality, diversity, and inclusion within heritage collections.