College hosts ‘Post-mortem live’ show

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Halesowen College linked up with the ‘Post-mortem Live’ to give visitors the chance to experience the incredible work of the post-mortem and forensic processes.

As seen on the BBC and Dragons’ Den, ‘Post-mortem Live’, provides an immersive learning experience like no other. The interactive exhibition offers participants an invaluable opportunity to gain insights into the fascinating world of pathology and forensic science.

Over fourteen-hundred visitors attended the show across six showings at the college, where organ specimens were dissected and observed to demonstrate the science used behind forensics and pathology.

Zoe Hamblin, Science, Forensic and Access Tutor at Halesowen College said “Working alongside Post-mortem Live has been a fantastic opportunity, the hands-on experience was incredibly valuable and something FE and HE cannot offer, so we were delighted to work with Postmortem Live to bring the real science to Halesowen College”.

Sam Piri, CEO and Founder commented “Post Mortem Live is an invaluable tool for contextualizing the learning of anatomy and physiology, benefiting both current healthcare professionals and the general public fascinated by human anatomy.

“Gratitude is extended to customers and partner venues including Halesowen College for contributing to the resounding success of this year’s tour. A special shout out goes to Zoe Hamblin for her fantastic work in making it all possible at the college this year. Anticipation is high for next year’s tour in Birmingham, promising an even more substantial experience with a new state-of-the-art arena. The team looks forward to welcoming healthcare enthusiasts and professionals alike next year.”

Posted: 7th February 2024

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