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Shuffle

Item consists of a video by Douglas Waterman. An insert in the U-matic tape box describes the video as follows:

"A static electrical charge is generated by shuffling my clothed feet over an insulator, and by postponing contact with elements having characteristics which would operate as outlets for the charges being generated. The stored charge emits an electrical fields that draws the particles (ashes) toward it. A proportion of the charge from my hand jumps to the particles as the particles rise to and contact my hand. The particles have received an overcharge which opposes it to its source, so is driven back to its resting place. Dispersal time for the particles' energy is (approx. 10 sec.) allowing it to be activated again, initiating another cycle as the particles slowly spread out."

Waterman, Douglas

A practice of pediatric anesthesia in the 1960s : interesting cases : part 2 of 5

Item is a videocassette with footage transferred from the 1960s. The video was used in the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum and was requested by Dr. Rosales from the Department of Anaethesia. The video includes the following cases: anorexia nervosa, treacher-collins syndrome, papillomatosis, and intensive care.

Med IV : Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada review : part 1

Item is a videocassette of a lecture by Dr. C. Poulin, providing fourth year Dalhousie Medical School students with a review for the Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC) examination. The lecture was given as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum and took place in Theatre C of the Tupper Building. The video was requested by Dr. K. MacPherson from the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology.

Med IV : Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada review : part 4

Item is a videocassette of a lecture by Dr. D, Maclean, providing fourth year Dalhousie Medical School students with a review for the Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC) examination. The lecture was given as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. The video was requested by Dr. K. MacPherson from the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology.

The human genome project

Item is a videocassette of a guest lecture by Dr. Westler, given as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. According to the introduction before the lecture, Westler is "one of the most famous names in molecular biology." The audio cuts to a microphoned speaker off-screen at times. The video was requested by Dr. Doolittle from the Department of Biochemistry.

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.

Immunology

Item is a videocassette of a lecture by Dr. Lee for a course on Microbiology in the Health Sciences (1100A). Dr. Rosee is mentioned as another lecturer in Dalhousie Medical School's Department of Immunology. The video was used as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum and was requested by Dr. Easterbrook from the Department of Microbiology.

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.

Nicole : bilateral anophthalmia : a rare condition : part 1

Item is a videocassette of a case study of Nicole, a five-month-old baby with bilateral anophthalmia, a condition where one's head is large in proportion to one's body. The video was used as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. The video was shot by Dr. S. Keet from the Department of Pediatrics on a camcorder and dubbed to VHS from the camcorder tape.

Euphoria : part 2

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).

Patient 330 : part 2

Item is a videocassette of a young patient being examined by a doctor. A note inside of the tape case states that it is the "original of Jeffory"; "Jeffory" may be the name of the patient. The video was requested by Dr. Judith Ritchie from the School of Nursing and was used in the nursing curriculum.

Dalhousie Medical and Computing Media Services Audiovisual Collection

  • UA-44
  • Collection
  • 1967-1999
Collection consists of videos and photographs that document the administrative and operational activities of Dalhousie University’s MedIT, providing media services to the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine. The collection also includes the card catalogue and register created and used by MedIT to organize their video and photograph libraries.

Dalhousie University. Faculty of Medicine. MedIT.

Cardiovascular risk reduction in family practice

Item is a videocassette of two medical doctors discussing cholesterol as it relates to heart disease, reluctant patients, reluctant physicians, long-term follow-up. This recording was part of the curriculum for the Dalhousie Medical School. The tape was requested by Dr. K. Mann from the Division of Continuing Medical Education.

Patients with abnormalities of phagocyte function

Item is a videocassette of an unidentified guest lecturer who spoke as part of the Dalhousie Medical School's Friday at Four series. 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 tape was requested by Dr. Putnam from the Division of Continuing Medical Education.
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