Our home The College of Physicians of Philadelphia hosts numerous lectures and events for the public. We hope to see you soon!
Our Section on Public Health creates a forum for deliberation of relevant issues in public health, and provides information for the development of health policy. This month's Philadelphia Public Health Grand Rounds topic is reducing infant death.
One night only! The Akropolis Reed Quintet, hailed for their “imagination, infallible musicality, and huge vitality” (Fanfare Magazine), adds us to their repertoire of global venues. Experience this infectious and energetic musical adventure that is suitable for the whole family.
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A precarious party full of marvel and fright is brewing at the Mütter for another night! The Mütter Museum’s third annual Mischief event will be bigger and better this year, with some surprises along the way…Click for ticket details
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For the second year running, an alternative Halloween event. Grab your babe or a bo and celebrate Halloween with the Jazz Doctors for a speakeasy-style evening filled with giggle water & hoofing!
As the United States looked to formulate its post-World War One public health agenda, reaching pre-school children took on a new urgency. Reformers looked to public health nurses, secure in their place within poor and vulnerable families, to link care of the pre-school child with new services to pregnant women.
Special viewing of The Wistar Institute's pop-up exhibit at the Mütter Museum followed by a program discussing Philadelphia as the birthplace of American Medicine.
Experience this rare opportunity as musicians from the Philadelphia Orchestra play a Chamber Concert in our historic Mitchell Hall above the Museum!
The Mütter Museum is now offering Touch Tours for visitors who are Blind and Low Vision. Experience the Mütter's fascinating collection in visceral texture, led by Mütter Museum educators and Philly Touch Tours.
Race-based medicine has supported an unjust social order, promoted physician biases about racial differences, and substituted race as a flawed proxy for more important clinical indicators. The annual Robert L. Sadoff lecture explores medicine, ethics, and the law.
Exhibiting artist Lisa Nilsson will discuss her practice in creating paper quilled work for Connective Tissue. Nilsson will demonstrate paper quilling techniques. Attendees may reserve limited work space and paper quilling kits to follow along with custom made images form the Mütter Museum.
The Mütter Museum helps the public appreciate the mysteries and beauty of the human body while understanding the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.