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Key Stages 3 and 4

Health and the People

A GCSE History of Medicine Through Time session developed and delivered in association with the London Metropolitan Archives

Designed in collaboration with and delivered at the London Metropolitan Archives, Clerkenwell, this workshop brings together archives from the collections of both LMA and the Royal College of Surgeons as well as handling objects from the Hunterian Museum. 

Students will use these sources to investigate the work and context of significant individuals such as: Pare, Hunter, Pasteur, Lister, Jenner, and Snow before evaluating the importance of their discoveries and what they meant for patients and society. 

Dates: By arrangement

Sessions last two hours and 15 minutes and can be arranged for the morning or afternoon. They are suitable for years 9-11

Bookings and enquiries can be made via 020 7332 3820 or

The London Metropolitan Archives:

40 Northampton Road



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Alternative medical and natural history collections to the Hunterian Museum

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