How does the human heart work? 15 June
A special Friends of Wellington Museum tour of the Brave Hearts Exhibition with Judy Murphy.
Brave Hearts, the new interactive exhibition developed by the Auckland Medical Museum Trust, brings the pioneering work of New Zealand’s heart clinicians and the bravery of their patients to life.
Through interactive displays the exhibition explains how the heart works, how we investigate heart disease and the largely untold story of New Zealand’s leading role in the evolution of heart surgery.
A must-do experience for the whole family.
Judy Murphy, RN, Dip N, Dip Nsg Ed (Lond)
Judy was a charge nurse at Green Lane Hospital in the 1970’s, before completing advanced studies in nurse education in London. She has a wide range of experience in health research at the University of Auckland. Judy is a volunteer guide at Auckland Museum and co-author of two books on medical history.
On the Waterfront by the Price Waterhouse Cooper building ( by the Bluebridge Ferry Terminal) / 10:30 AM/ 15 June