While keeping their original purpose of training medical students, pathology museums hold great biological value, offering unique specimens for scientific research through modern radiological, pathological and biomolecular techniques. Moreover, the artefacts, models and drawings displayed in these museums are a precious cultural and artistic heritage. Preservation of the anatomical samples and maintenance of the facilities are neither easy nor inexpensive and call for patronage. The development of a European Pathology Museum Network would undoubtedly facilitate study, access and divulgation of antique pathology collections. Data from a survey conducted by the European Society of Pathology (ESP) History of Pathology Working Group have allowed creation of a comprehensive, multifaceted portrait of European university museums, reflecting their history, diversity, geography, institutional status, stakeholders, projects, professionals, audiences, policies and best practices.

Voices from the past: results of the ESP history of pathology working group survey on pathology museums / Santi, Raffaella; Ballestriero, Roberta; Canzonieri, Vincenzo; Gulcznsky, Jacek; de Gouveia, Rosa Henriques; Ariza, Aurelio; Carvalho, Lina; Nesi, Gabriella. - STAMPA. - 480:(2022), pp. 1231-1238. [10.1007/s00428-022-03284-w]

Voices from the past: results of the ESP history of pathology working group survey on pathology museums

Santi, Raffaella;Nesi, Gabriella
2022

Abstract

While keeping their original purpose of training medical students, pathology museums hold great biological value, offering unique specimens for scientific research through modern radiological, pathological and biomolecular techniques. Moreover, the artefacts, models and drawings displayed in these museums are a precious cultural and artistic heritage. Preservation of the anatomical samples and maintenance of the facilities are neither easy nor inexpensive and call for patronage. The development of a European Pathology Museum Network would undoubtedly facilitate study, access and divulgation of antique pathology collections. Data from a survey conducted by the European Society of Pathology (ESP) History of Pathology Working Group have allowed creation of a comprehensive, multifaceted portrait of European university museums, reflecting their history, diversity, geography, institutional status, stakeholders, projects, professionals, audiences, policies and best practices.
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Santi, Raffaella; Ballestriero, Roberta; Canzonieri, Vincenzo; Gulcznsky, Jacek; de Gouveia, Rosa Henriques; Ariza, Aurelio; Carvalho, Lina; Nesi, Gabriella
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