File contains correspondence with Derek Mann; J. D. Hatcher; Robbie Shaw; Kingsley Brown; Peter C. Gordon; and Roselle Green. The file also includes a document about the information office at Dalhousie University; a statement of public relation philosophy adopted by Dalhousie University; a document called "The Crisis in Medical Research at Dalhousie University"; a photocopy of "Media Impact: A Quick Look Inside"; and a booklet by Derek Mann called "An ounce of PRevention: universities and public relations." The documents in this file are all related to Barbara Hinds' employment at the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine
File contains a photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine Research and Development Foundation on January 25, 1979. The photograph shows R. A. Cluney; J. J. Kinley; B. G. Irwin; B. A. Hinds; A. Balders; J. D. Hatcher (Dean); R. C. Gordon; E. Spafford; G. F. Hughes; W. M. Sobey; and H. R. Cohen sitting around a table in a board room.
File contains three copies of a news release from the office of the dean of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine. The news release is titled "The Tragedy of Huntington's Disease." The file also contains four pages of rough handwritten notes.
Item is a videocassette of a professionally-produced documentary with several aerial shots. The documentary discusses medical schools and training facilities across the province, including the history of the Dalhousie Medical School. The video was requested by T. Gibson from the Audiovisual Department on Studley Campus.
Item is a videocassette of a panel discussion from a conference entitled "Medicine and the Humanities." Panelists include T.J. Murray, Dr. E. Cassell, Sister N. Kenny, Dr. R. Selzer, Dr. D. Glass, Dr. A. Munro, Ms. N. Abraham, and Mr. C. Jarvis. The video was requested by J. Penny from the Dean's Office.
Item is a videocassette of a lecture by Dr. Richard Selzer, a retired surgeon and writer, and the keynote speaker for the conference "Medicine and the Humanities." The video was requested by J. Penny from the Dean's Office.
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.
Item is a videocassette of the second part of a Euphoria concert featuring the Tupper Band. The "Ed the Plant" slideshow is part of the concert. The video was requested by Miklaus Erjavek from the Dalhousie Medical Students' Society (DMSS).
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.
Item is a videocassette of the annual variety show with first-, second-, and third-year Dalhousie Medical School students competing against one another. The students are judged on participation, presentation, and performance. The tape was requested by the Dalhousie Medical Students' Society (DMSS).
Item is a videocassette of a lecture by Dr. Clarke, a radiation oncologist from the Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, Ontario. The lecture is on limited surgery concepts. The video was requested by Kay Porter from the Cancer Society.
Item is a videocassette from a series of tapes created and hosted by Jean Moproso and Troy Adams. Other tapes in the series are not included in the fonds. The tape was requested by Judy Hayashi from Counselling and the Department of Psychological Services.
Item is a videocassette of a guest lecture given by Dr. N. Kulkarni. The lecture may have been part of the Dalhousie Medical School's Friday at Four series, although it is not specifically identified as such. 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 Dr. Langstroth.
Item is a videocassette of an interview with Dr. S. Wainwright. This interview 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. 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.
Fonds consists of correspondence in association with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia and correspondence regarding his involvement with the Provincial Medical Board. Other papers include financial records, miscellaneous publications, and personal notes. The fonds includes records from his years at Dalhousie University, including student information.
Item consists of the fourth draft of an Atlantic Child Guidance Centre position paper, dated August 31, 1972, prepared by the Atlantic Child Guidance Centre Policy Committtee (Dr. Alexander Murchison, Dr. G. Gordon, Norris Turner, Paul Norton, Dr. S. Bijoor, and Everett Harris). The item is addressed to "all Atlantic Child Guidance Centre staff for comment" before final submission, and has the goal of ensuring that "adolescents [...] not be forgotten either in terms of bureaucratic strucutre or in terms of submergence in adult designed and orientated programs", and that they "require advocates" to ensure that any public health legislation does not overlook the needs of those who are "underage [... in a] largely adult orientated society".
Item consists of an early draft of a "Group home development proposal" compiled by the Alexander Murchison (and others) for the Group Home Advisory Committee, Children's Aid Society of Halifax, dated March 5, 1973. The committee consisted of Dr. Murchison (chairman), Ron Smith, Pat Corkery, T. Daley, Mrs. Cleveland, and Father O'Neil. The purpose of the document is "to recommend proposals relative to the development of group homes by the Children's Aid Society of Halifax". Item also contains handwritten inked marginal notes and corrections.
Item consists of the final draft of a brief compiled by Dr. Alexander Murchison (and others) on an ad hoc committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Sylvia Keet, prepared for Premier Gerald Regan and his ministers, in April 1971. The subject of this item is "the need for [the] establishment of residential treatment centres for disturbed adolescents in Nova Scotia". The committee received support from Mr. Andrew Crook (Canadian Mental Health) and Mr. Tim Daley (Children's Aid Society and Department of Public Welfare". The data was initially collected by Mrs. Elaine Fraser in April 1970 when she was a student at the Maritime School of Social Work, and the final analysis was conducted by students of that school under the direction of Mr. Frank Winters.
Item is a photograph taken at an open house at the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Morley Bleviss explaining the complexities of the electron microscope to two attendees.
File contains two copies of a composite photograph of the 1903 Dalhousie Class in Medicine. The photograph consists of portraits of R. W. L. Earle; J. F. Lessel; E. E. Dickie; K. A. MacKenzie; K. A. McCuish; F. V. Woodbury; D. McN. Crawford; G. W. Whitman; H. D. Hawboldt; W. A. Lawson; A. C. McLeod; D. Murray; M. Coffin; G. E. B. Rice; M. M. Austen; L. Brehaut; J. C. Morrison; J. L. Potter; J. A. McIver; T. R. Ford; and E. B. Norwood arranged around photographs of the Forrest Building and the Victoria General Hospital.
File contains two copies of a composite class photograph of the 1925 Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine first or second year students. The photograph consists of portraits of A. M. Siddall; L. MacPherson; A. C. Gouthro; A. M. Murray (Vice President); R. H. MacLeod (President); I. R. Sutherland; W. S. Gilchrist; L. R. Wynter; C. F. Moriarty; R. S. Gass; D. A. Fields; R. D. Fraser; K. P. Hayes; M. W. Verge; W. E. Fultz; H. A. Ratchford; G. R. Burns; H. J. Melanson; L. L. Kirkpatrick; A. E. Hetherington; S. M. Goldberg; L. F. Doiron; C. O. Homans; G. M. Bruce; E. B. Muir (Secretary); C. R. Baxter; G. R. Burris; B. J. R. Gow; R. T. Miller; E. M. Allen; A. D. Brown; S. C. Grant; A. C. Hayden; G. W. Smith; P. R. Little; and E. I. Glenister arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
File contains photographs of the exterior of the Public Health Clinic at Dalhousie University, now known as the Clinical Research Centre. The photographs also show the Forrest Building, the campus around the medical school, and the Public Health Clinic cornerstone.