Medical History Museum

2015

Jacqueline Healy (ed.), Compassion and courage: Australian Doctors and Dentists in the Great War, Medical History Museum, University of Melbourne, 2015.

Jacqueline Healy, Heather Sheard and Tony Bartone, 'Compassion and courage: Australian doctors and dentists in the Great War', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 16, June 2015, pp. 41-45.

2014

Jim Chambliss, Mark Cook and Jacqueline Healy (ed.), Epilepsy: Perception, Imagination and Change, Medical History Museum, University of Melbourne, 2014.

Jacqueline Healy, 'The power of the class photograph', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 14, June 2014, pp. 44-45.

Kenneth D. Winkel and Jacqueline Healy, 'Venomous Collections', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 15, December 2014, pp. 15-19

2013

Jacqueline Healy, Kenneth D. Winkel (ed.), Venom: Fear, Fascination and Discovery, Medical History Museum, University of Melbourne, 2013.

Jacqueline Healy (ed.), Strength of Mind: 125 years of women in medicine, Medical History Museum, University of Melbourne, 2013.

Jacqueline Healy, Magdalena Simonis, Sharon Wallace, Christine Kilpatrick, Mary Belfrage, 'Strength of Mind: 125 years of women in medicine', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 13, December 2013, pp. 27-34.

2012

Jacqueline Healy, 'Family connections', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 11, December 2012, pp. 40-41.

Jacqueline Healy (ed.), Highlights of the Collection: Medical History Museum, Medical History Museum, University of Melbourne, 2012.

James Best – 'Introduction', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 10, June 2012, p. 2

Jacqueline Healy, Carolyn De Poi, William Samuel Calhoun Hare, John F. Cade, Geoff McColl, 'Medical History Museum: Telling stories great and small', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 10, June 2012, pp. 3-8.

2010

Harris, Anna, 'Celebrating 150 years of the Melbourne Medical School: Hidden stories in the Medical History Museum', Chiron, 2010, pp. 24-7.

Jones, Ross L., 'Speculum', Chiron, 2010, pp. 2-5.

The Physick Gardener: Aspects of the Apothecary's World from the Collections of the University of Melbourne (exhibition catalogue), Melbourne: Medical History Museum, University of Melbourne, 2010.

Shears, Susie, 'The physick gardener', Chiron, 2010, p. 37.

Shears, Susie, 'The physick gardener', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 6, June 2010, pp. 8-13.

2009

Brothers, Ann, 'The triple helix in action at the Medical History Museum', University of Melbourne   Collections, issue 4, June 2009, pp. 10-16.

Garnick, Peter, 'Constructive curiosities: A visual reflection on the Medical History Museum collection', University of Melbourne   Collections, issue 4, June 2009, pp. 17-19.

2006

Brothers, Ann, 'A story behind a gift: Chinese medical practice in early rural Gippsland', Chiron, vol. 5, no. 4, July 2006, pp. 53-4.

Brothers, Ann, 'An uneasy peace; Traditional Chinese medicine as a contested space for the practice of medicine - an early Gippsland experience', (seminar paper, Centre for Health and Society, 16 November 2006).

2005

Brothers, Ann & John Waller, 'Interesting times:  The medical curriculum in its first fifty years', Chiron, vol. 5, no. 3, June 2005, pp. 56–7.

Brothers, Ann, 'Treating the past: How Melbourne medicine came of age', (pdf paper presenting aspects  of an exhibition held in the Medical   History Museum  in 2004–2005).

2004

Brothers, Ann, 'Take-away thinking in a fast food  age - re-thinking the centrality of the museum artefact' (paper presented to  Museums Australia National Conference, Melbourne, 2004).

Brothers, Ann, 'Treating the past: How Melbourne medicine came of age?', Chiron, vol. 5, no. 2, June 2004, pp. 59-60.

2003

Brothers, Ann, 'A Tribute to A.C. Brownless', Chiron, vol. 5, no. 1, June 2003, pp. 52-3.

1998

Viewing   the invisible:An   installation by Fred Wilson (Ian   Potter Museum of Art, 1998). Exhibition included objects from the Medical History Museum, the University of Melbourne Anatomy Museum   (now the Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology), and the   University of   Melbourne Art Collection,   as well as several regional art galleries and the State Library of NSW.

1995

Rowse, Dorothea, 'The AMA Archives Collection at the Brownless Medical Library', History of Australian Science Newsletter, no. 35, December 1995.