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Dalhousie University. Faculty of Medicine. Halifax (N.S.)
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Dalhousie Medical School remembered

Item is a videocassette of compiled interviews with alumni for the series "Dalhousie Medical School Remembered." The interviewees include Dr. Stan Wainwright, Dr. John Szerb, Dr. James Hammerling, Dr. Jim Purvis, Dr. Edwin Ross, and twelve others. The interviews were conducted in the interviewees' homes, with a few exceptions. The interviews discuss each doctor's memories of attending or teaching at the School, how the School has changed, and impressions of how the medical field has changed over the years. The video was requested by Dr. T.J. Murray from the Dean's Office.

June Penny interviewed by Nina Abraham

Item is a videocassette of and interview with June Penny for the series "Dalhousie Medical School Remembered." The interviews for this series were conducted in the interviewees' homes, with a few exceptions. The interviews discuss each doctor's memories of attending or teaching at the School, how the School has changed, and impressions of how the medical field has changed over the years. The video was requested by Dr. T.J. Murray from the Dean's Office.

Professional ethics : part 2 of 2

Item is a videocassette of the second part of a lecture given by Dr. John Hubert from the Department of Philosophy in Room 44B of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building. In the lecture, Hubert mentions that a future lecture will take place in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The lecture was given as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum.

Lab 1 : physiology of muscle

Item is a videocassette of an educational demonstration video, created as part of the curriculum for the Dalhousie Medical School. The video has two parts: "Part A: The Isolated Skeletal Muscle" and "Part B: Frog Cardiac Muscle." The video demonstrates electrical experiments on frog skeletal muscle. The tape was requested by Carol Kafer from the Department of Physiology and Biophysics.

Understanding indoor air quality

Item is a videocassette of a guest lecture by Dr. Bradford Brooks, who spoke as part of the Friday at Four lecture series. This series, sponsored and organized by the Dalhousie Medical School that focused on a variety of subjects by lecturers invited to speak about specialized areas of medicine. The lectures were held each Friday by the School from the 1970s to the 1990s.

Dr. Enid Johnson MacLeod : [interview]

Item is a videocassette of an interview with Dr. Enid MacLeod as part of a series of interviews with alumni, "Dalhousie Medical School Remembered." The interviews were conducted in the interviewees' homes, with a few exceptions. The interviews discuss each doctor's memories of attending or teaching at the School, how the School has changed, and impressions of how the medical field has changed over the years. The video was requested by Dr. T.J. Murray from the Dean's Office.

Dr. Morten and Dr. Moffett : [interviews]

Item is a videocassette of two separate interviews as part of a series of interviews with alumni, "Dalhousie Medical School Remembered." The interviews were conducted in the interviewees' homes, with a few exceptions. The interviews discuss each doctor's memories of attending or teaching at the School, how the School has changed, and impressions of how the medical field has changed over the years. The video was requested by Dr. T.J. Murray from the Dean's Office.

Women in medicine

Item is a videocassette from a conference, "Women in Medicine," held at the Dalhousie Medical School, with Jean Grey as the symposium chair and Dr. Betty Holmes as the seminar chair. The keynote address of the symposium, which is not included on the tape, was given be the Honourable Judy Roland. The video was requested by Lynn Power from the Dean's Office.

Women in medicine

Item is a videocassette from a conference, "Women in Medicine," held at the Dalhousie Medical School. The video is of a panel hosted by Edith Jones with Joe Cassey, Eva Righton, and Joan Bain, which was held from 10:30 to 11:30 am on October 13, 1990. The panelists discussed the Royal College at length. The video was requested by Lynn Power from the Dean's Office.

Women in medicine

Item is a videocassette from a conference, "Women in Medicine," held at the Dalhousie Medical School. The video is of a lecture by Dr. Rose Shynan, the Academic Vice-Rector of Concordia University, hosted by Joyce Curtis. The lecture took place from 9:30 to 10:30 on October 13, 1990. The video was requested by Lynn Power from the Dean's Office.

Women in medicine

Item is a videocassette from a conference, "Women in Medicine," held at the Dalhousie Medical School. The video is of a lecture by Dr. Perry Klass and doubled as a lecture in the School's Friday at Four lecture series. The lecture took place from 3:30 until 5:30 on October 12, 1990. Friday at Four was a lecture series sponsored and organized by the School that focused on a variety of subjects by lecturers invited to speak about specialized areas of medicine. The lectures were held each Friday by the School from the 1970s to the 1990s. The video was requested by Lynn Power from the Dean's Office.

Women in medicine

Item is a videocassette from a conference, "Women in Medicine," held at the Dalhousie Medical School. The video is of a lecture by Dr. Heather Dean, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Manitoba. The lecture is on short statured children, issues of discrimination, and whether it is a disability. It took place from 1:30 pm until 3:30 pm on October 12, 1990. The video was requested by Lynn Power from the Dean's Office.

Women in medicine

Item is a videocassette from a conference, "Women in Medicine," held at the Dalhousie Medical School. The video is of a lecture by Mrs. Eva Wrighton on discrimination against women wanting to study medicine. Dr. Enid Johnson MacLeod, author of "The Petticoat Doctor" is in attendance and is mentioned extensively. It took place from 10:30 am until 12:30 pm on October 12, 1990. The video was requested by Lynn Power from the Dean's Office.

Women in medicine

Item is a videocassette from a conference, "Women in Medicine," held at the Dalhousie Medical School. The video is of a session chaired by Rosemary Marchant with guest panelist Dr. Jenny Heathkow. It took place from 8:30 am until 10:30 am on October 12, 1990. The video was requested by Lynn Power from the Dean's Office.

Birth asphyxia and cerebral palsy : what we know and how and why

Item is a videocassette a lecture by Karin B. Nelson, given as part of the Friday at Four lecture series. This lecture series was sponsored and organized by the School and focused on a variety of subjects by lecturers invited to speak about specialized areas of medicine. The lectures were held each Friday by the School from the 1970s to the 1990s.

Dr. Beecher Weld : [interview]

Item is a videocassette of an interview with Dr. Beecher Wild, who was appointed to the Dalhousie Medical School in the Spring of 1936 and was the only faculty person in the Department of Physiology for several years. The interview was conducted by June Penny and was part of a series of interviews with alumni, "Dalhousie Medical School Remembered." The interviews were conducted in the interviewees' homes, with a few exceptions; Dr. Wild's interview took place at his home on Waegwoltic Avenue in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The interviews discuss each doctor's memories of attending or teaching at the School, how the School has changed, and impressions of how the medical field has changed over the years. The video was requested by Dean Hatcher from the Dean's Office.

Dr. Carl Tupper, Dr. Atley, and Dr. Larry Swail : [interviews]

Item is a videocassette of three separate interviews with Dr. Carl Tupper, Dr. Atley, and Dr. Larry Swail. The interviews were conducted by June Penny and were part of a series of interviews with alumni, "Dalhousie Medical School Remembered." The interviews were conducted in the interviewees' homes, with a few exceptions. The interviews discuss each doctor's memories of attending or teaching at the School, how the School has changed, and impressions of how the medical field has changed over the years. The video was requested by Dean Hatcher from the Dean's Office.
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