Programme EAMHMS Barcelona Conference 19-22 September, 2018

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EAMHMS Congress

Beyond the museum walls’

Medical Collections and Medical Museums in the 21st Century

Barcelona, September 19th-22nd  2018

(you can get a pdf version by clicking in the next link: EAMHMS Congress Barcelona 2018 Programme)

EAMHMS CONGRESS PROGRAM

 

Wednesday 19th  September 2018
IMF-CSIC
16.00-19.00
Council Meeting, Board Members only
Thursday 20th  September 2018
IEC-SCHCT
9.00-10.30
Registration opens & Welcome reception
Tea & Coffee available
10.30-12.30
Tours of Medicine in the old city. Miquel Carandell – Històries de Ciència (Guided Session)
Lunch Break. Not provided
14.00
Conference Welcome & Opening Remarks
Joandomènec Ros, President IEC
Jaume Padrós, President COMB-MHMC
Thomas Schnalke, President EAMHMS
Alfons Zarzoso, host and organiser EAMHMS Congress
Session 1. SYNERGIES (14.30-16.00)
14.30
Sophie Goggins. Use, and Misuse, of Patients on Display
15.00
Paula A. Summerly, Steve Fisher, Dennis Nance. Teachers of Anatomy and Visual Pathology: Two strategies on how to liberate “doubly dead” specimen collections.
15.30
Mieneke te Hennepe. Doing ethics in a museum context: the new medical presentation in Rijksmuseum Boerhaave
16.00
Coffee Break provided
Session 2. AMERICAN EXPERIENCES (16.30-18.30) 20’ each
16.30
Josep Simon Castel. Unite and Conquer: Working towards a Colombian Network of Health Heritage
16.50
Nuria Galland. A new project for the Palacio de la Escuela de Medicina in Mexico DF.
17.10
Pedro Paulo Soares. New uses for scientific and health heritage: a sample of smallpox vaccine as an object of interdisciplinary study
17.30
James Edmonson. How Medicine Became Modern: Beyond the Walls
17.50
María Gabriela Mayoni. Material culture of science teaching in 19th century Argentina.  The acquisitions of models and instruments for human anatomy study.
19.00
RAMC
Reception at the Royal Academy of Medicine in Catalonia
(building in front of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans)
The Old Anatomical Theatre. Miquel Carandell – Històries de Ciència (Guided Session)
20.00
Conference dinner provided (at the restaurant of Hotel Silken. 13 Pintor Fortuny Street, 08001 Barcelona)
Friday 21st  September 2018
IEC-SCHCT
Session 3. SHORT PRESENTATIONS (9.00-11.00) 10’ each
9.00
Maria Carla Garbarino, Valentina Cani, Francesca Cattaneo, Lidia Falomo, Alberto Ferrari, Paolo Mazzarello. A New life for a Museum. The Pavia University History Museum beyond its own collection
9.10
Susanna Hakkarainen, Henna Sinisalo. Dealing with collections hazardous to health.
9.20
Martina Peters, Dominika Flomyn. Josephinum and the collections of medical history. New Perspectives.
9.30
Chiara Bombardieri, Chiara Pelliciari. Psychiatry without walls: public engagement in the Museum of the history of psychiatry in Reggio Emilia (Italy).
9.40
Discussion
10.00
Silvia Alemany, Genina Calafell. School children activities: a permanent work in progress due to the constant participation of teachers.
10.10
Madeleine Morton. Years behind, a day ahead: A catch-up chronology of New Zealand’s medical collections.
10.20
Alessandro Aruta, Maria Conforti e Carla Serarcangeli. Curing and displaying tuberculosis in Rome: the Ospedale Forlanini and the Museo Morelli.
10.30
Kaija-Liisa Koovit. The value of case reports in studying the cultural history of medicine.
10.40
Discussion
11.00
Coffee Break provided
Session 4. DIGITAL PROJECTS (11.30-13.00) 15’ each
11.30
Darren N Wagner. Getting a Feel for Touch Tables: A Pilot Project at the Osler Library of the History of Medicine
11.45
John Le Grand. Into the great wide open! The Anatomical Museum of Groningen: transposition and transformation
12.00
Mikel Asensio, Lluís Noguera, Elena Pol. Engaging Audiences Efficiency: the exhibit ‘Talking Brains’
12.15
Derek Williamson. The use of the Museum of Human Disease’s Digitised Collection: teaching, public health and engagement
13.00
Lunch buffet provided
15.15
RMSP
Session 5. ART & MEDICINE PROJECTS (15.30-17.00) 15’ each
15.30
Natasha McEnroe. ‘All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust’: Interpreting healing at the Science Museum, London
15.45
Rolf Ter Sluis. Observing, sensing and explaining: using art for skills training
16.00
Clare Barlow. Challenging Objects? Wellcome Collection’s redevelopment of ‘Medicine Now’
16.15
Eva Åhrén. Recovering a forgotten collection: Dermatological moulages and anatomical models in Stockholm
17.00
The RMSP Art Nouveau Hospital. Miquel Carandell – Històries de Ciència (Guided Session)

 

18.15
Coffee Break provided
18.45
Ordinary General Assembly
19.15-20.15
Extraordinary General Assembly
Dinner not provided
Saturday 22nd  September 2018
RES.INV-CSIC
Session 6. EMOTIONS (9.00-10.00) 15’ each
9.00
Judit Worley. Fear vs. amusement: Engaging young public to medical history and medical museums
9.15
Luis Conde-Salazar, Amaya Maruri, David Aranda. Approaching emotion: Olavide´s wax moulages as an element of transformation
9.30
Ilze Sirmā, Ieva Lībiete. Blindspots: unexpected emotions caused by amputees in a medical museum
9.45
Key Note Lecture (10.00)
Marta Lourenço
Beyond the Museum Walls: Cultures of Curators, Historians and Practitioners of Science
11.00
Coffee Break provided
Session 7. NEW PROJECTS (11.30-13.30)
11.30
Manon Parry. Human Curiosities Research Project: Mid-Way Results.
12.00
Caroline Ducourau. The anatomical collections of the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier: museographic prospects.
12.30
Ock-Joo Kim, Eun Kyung Choi. Museums of Medical History in Korea: Encountering with the West and the East.
13.00
Jacky Healy. Engagement: medical history museums communicating the past, present and future.
13.45
Closing remarks
End of the conference

 

 All info on the sites of the Congress at:
https://eamhms2018barcelona.wordpress.com/useful-info/
IMF-CSIC: Institució Milà i Fontanals (CSIC), 15, Carrer de les Egipcíaques. Room 1.
IEC-SCHCT: Institut d’Estudis Catalans. 47, Carrer del Carme.
RAMC: Reial Acadèmia de Medicina de Catalunya. 47, Carrer del Carme.
RMSP: Sant Pau Art Nouveau Hospital Site (Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau) 167, Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret. Francesc Cambó Room.
RES.INV-CSIC: Residència d’Investigadors. 64, Carrer de l’Hospital. Main Room.

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