Reproduced courtesy of Pharmacy Times, December 17, 2014 via COMA
‘I can teach you how to bottle fame, brew glory, and even put a stopper in death...’
Severus Snape in ‘Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone’, J K Rowling.
There’s a bit of magic in how anaesthetists and pharmacists can alter our conscious states and perceptions of pain, and cure so many illnesses. Join COMA (the Collection of Medical Artefacts Tasmania Group) to explore the effects of chemistry on the human mind and body in four talks
Venue: Frances Parsons Building, Jane Franklin Hall, 6 Elboden St. South Hobart.
When: 10.00 a.m. Saturday 23rd March 2019
10:05-10:25 Dr John Paull
An Unlikely Anaesthetist: Charles Darwin and his interesting use of Chloroform
10:30-10:50 Dr Richard Waldron
Amazing Advances in Modern Anaesthesia. An overview from a practising anaesthetist
10:55- 11:25 Morning Tea , Coffee and Tasty Delights
11:30 – 11:50 Mr Ralph Tapping
Before the dollar and before the Contraceptive Pill. Life as a chemist in the 1950s and 60s
11:55 -12:15 Prof Greg Peterson
Modern medicines: a spectrum from the marvellous to the ridiculous.
Cost: $20 per person, $10 for Friends and free for students
Subscription to become a Friend: $30 adults, $20 concession, free for students.
If you are a Friend, and bringing a partner, both are charged at Friends rate.
RSVP: Monday 18th March 2019. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Ph 6210 0100 (Jane Franklin Hall).
Payment can be made at the door (cash only), or our bank account:
COMA Tas BSB 067 102, Account number 1045 0073
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