Recovery? From Flanders to Afghanistan

A thought-provoking look at the medical advances that emerged from the First World War, drawing in parallels from modern day conflicts. Created in collaboration with servicemen and women who have experience of medicine in war, the exhibition looks at shell shock/PTSD, limb loss and hearing loss and how they are treated then and now.

Suitable for
14-15
18+
16-17
11-13



Source: http://www.culture24.org.uk//yh000073?id=EVENT457847


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