AOA's Travelling Exhibition of Orthopaedics in Australia

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ABC Radio Interview

President Ian Incoll spoke to Gaye Pattison on ABC radio about the Exhibition, on display at Albury Base Hospital until 18 May:


From the President

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This travelling exhibition orthopaedic exhibition showcases the history of orthopaedics in Australia. The display includes fixation and prosthesis examples, surgical equipment and banners that tell the story of orthopaedics' past 80 years.

The specialty of orthopaedics keeps our children in the game, puts the bounce back in the knees and hips of our elderly and keeps all of Australia moving with more than 1.1 million hip and knee joint replacement procedures undertaken throughout Australia’s hospital network since 1999. 

The exhibition is designed to raise awareness in the community about the breadth of orthopaedic procedures performed in more than 300 Australian hospitals every day


Features

The exhibition includes a range of interactive and informative displays designed to celebrate, educate and stimulate, from banners showcasing the latest surgical techniques and technologies to models of bones and implants to pick up and hold.

Included in the exhibition

  • Information on the past, present and future of orthopaedic care
  • Creative and accessible exhibits for younger community members
  • A full-sized model skeleton and surgeon mannequin
  • AOA's new video – The Wonder of MovementTM is central to the exhibition

Bony-Portrait

Clarence – AOA's model citizen. 

Locations

Currently showing at:

Showing at Mater Hospital South Brisbane – in the Salmon Building Foyer.

Moving soon to the Mater Hospital Redlands in Cleveland - on display from 23 to 30 June.

Showing at Nepean Hospital Penrith from 10 to 24 July.
 
Travelling Exhibition display at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane


A section of the display at the Mater Hospital South Brisbane.

Resources

 


Media

 

Ian Incoll on ABC Radio, talking to Libby Gore about the Exhibition:

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Media Release – Children and adults to learn about how the skeleton works at free Bendigo Exhibtion for the next 10 days.