Online Exhibits@Yale

More WWI Medical exhibitions

Many institutions are commemorating the war through exhibitions, whether physically or online.  Here's a list of exhibitions worldwide containing medical history in World War 1.




American Women's Medical Association

“American Women Physicians in World War I” and WWI collections in Calisphere

Australian War Museum

“Great War Nurses”

The Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

“Noble Work for a Worthy End: Harvard Medical School in the First World War”

Drexel University College of Medicine

“‘Over There’: Hahnemann Medical College and Woman’s Medical College in World War I”

Emory University

“When the Emory Unit Went to War”

The Johns Hopkins University

“Hopkins and the Great War”

Melbourne Museum

“WWI: Love and Sorrow”

U.S. National Library of Medicine

“Circulating Now: The Great War”

National World War I Museum and Memorial

“The Second Battlefield: Nurses in the First World War”

Personal Web Site--Chris Baker

“The Long, Long Trail: The British Army in the Great War of 1914–1918’

Personal Web Site--M. Geoffrey Miller

“The Medical Front WWI”

Science Museum, London


University of California—San Francisco

"A Centennial Commemoration of WW I" and WWI collections in Calisphere


University of North Carolina Health Sciences Library

“Medicine in War, 1861–1945”

Virginia Commonwealth University

“U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 45 in the Great War”

Weill Cornell Medicine

“We Heard the Call: Our Doctors and Nurses in World War”

Wellcome Library

“Wellcome Library Blog: World War I”

Wisconsin Veterans Museum

“Roses of No Man’s Land: Wisconsin’s World War I Nurses”

Yale Medical School

“Yale Medicine Goes to War, 1917” and videos concerning Yale's medical role in the war


More WWI Medical exhibitions