News and media

The museum promotes the history of anaesthesia and pain medicine and has featured across of range of media channels. The museum blog and Twitter account also provide regular and current news about the museum activities and projects.

Follow news about the museum through the Pins and Needles blog or Twitter.

Listen to curator, Monica Cronin, talk to Fran Kelly on ABC's Radio National about the exhibition 'The Rare Privilege of Medicine: Women Anaesthetists in Australia and New Zealand'.

At the launch of 'The Rare Privilege of Medicine', we received this message from New Zealand Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern.

Hear about rectal tobacco, IV champagne and other early resuscitation ideas interview with Monica that was recorded for ABC's Saturday Breakfast with Hilary Harper.

Read about the museum in The Age article Anaesthetic museum won't put you to sleep published on Saturday September 20, 2014.


Hear Honorary Curator Dr Christine Ball explain the history of the use of nitrous oxide to The Age

Rebecca Lush is a Masters of Museum and Heritage Studies student at the University of Sydney. Rebecca was required to review an online exhibition for an assignment.  Here's what she thought of Trailblazers & Peacekeepers.

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