After a break for COVID we’ll be back in 2023 to get Los Angeles excited about medicine through a diverse program of experiences, exhibitions, talks and activities. From behind the scenes tours of hospitals and specifically curated exhibitions, to talks from world experts and hands-on technology demonstrations – there’s something for all ages and interests.
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Join Dr Joel Klein, Curator of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, at The Huntington for this special guided tour of the history of medicine section of their fantastic Beautiful Science: Ideas that Changed the World exhibition.
Join us at the Cedars-Sinai Innovation Space and engage with technologies that are changing the healthcare experience. Take the opportunity to interact with healthcare startup CEOs, participate in hands-on demonstrations, and learn more about what healthcare innovation is all about.
Four diseases have broken out in the world and it is up to you to find cures before humankind is wiped out. Join us for a evening playing Pandemic - one of most highly rated board games - as we challenge you save the world while having fun and learning more about infectious disease.
Join us for an afternoon of animation fun as we celebrate the healing power of medicinal plants. We'll record stories and explore an array of analog techniques and digital technologies including claymation, cutouts, stop motion and drawing on film. No experience necessary!
Watch this powerful award-winning documentary that follows physicians in the Syrian war treating besieged civilians inside the subterranean hospital known as The Cave. We'll also be joined for reflections and discussion by Dr. Souheil Habbal of the Syrian American Medical Society.
Join this free class and learn new skills to assist trauma victims who are severely bleeding prior to EMS arrival. Take the course and become empowered to make a life or death difference when a bleeding emergency occurs. Stop the Bleed. Save a Life!
Every year, around 735,000 Americans suffer from a cardiac arrest - that's more than one every minute. Learn how to identify a heart attack and perform basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) which could double the chance of survival.