6-9.30pm, Thursday 21 November, Science and Industry Museum (Manchester)
Anxiety. Joy. Grief. Fear. Curiosity.
How does it feel to practise surgery?
At our interactive Surgical Speed-Meet event you can chat to surgeons about the place of emotions in their work. Our aim is to de-mystify and humanise surgery. We want to open up 1:1 conversations between the public and surgeons about the range of emotions involved in surgical care.
This informal evening event will run along the lines of a 'speed-dating' format, with attendees spending a few minutes speaking to each surgeon and rotating around the room. At the end of the event, we’ll come together as a group over refreshments to reflect on what we’ve learned.
The event will involve a small group of around 30 participants (15 surgeons, 15 members of the public), and will also feature historical perspectives from researchers on the Surgery & Emotion project.
The event is free but booking is essential - please see link below.
Refreshments will be provided.
The event is taking place at the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester.
This is a public engagement event from the Surgery & Emotion project. It is supported by Wellcome Trust Research Enrichment - Public Engagement funding.
The event is part of the Being Human Festival, led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London, in partnership with the Arts & Humanities Research Council and the British Academy. For further information please see beinghumanfestival.org.