Dinner & Dissection - Victorian Medicine
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Dinner & Dissection returns for 2022 and offers the chance to travel back in time to learn how The Victorian Greats unlocked the secrets to the human body.
About Dinner & Dissection - Victorian Medicine
Dinner & Dissection returns for 2022 and we invite you on a journey through Victorian Medicine.
Dinner & Dissection offers the chance for healthcare professionals, NHS staff, students and those with an interest to travel back in time to learn how The Victorian Greats unlocked the secrets to the human body.
Take part in real dissections of: the head & brain, the lungs, the heart and the GI tract.
A Victorian-inspired two course meal
Admission to the show Victorian Medicine
Live dissection of real specimens
All dissection equipment & PPE
Work with real academics and learn anatomy & physiology
CPD certificate for 4 hours A&P CPD
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