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Portrait and biography of Harry Goudge Grant [1889-1954]

File is a portrait with biography of Harry Goudge Grant.
Accompanying text: Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S.
HARRY GOUDGE GRANT, M.D., C.M., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.,
Dr. Harry Goudge Grant was born in Halifax on June 25, 1889. After preparatory schooling in that city, he entered Dalhousie University, graduating M.D., C.M., in 1912. Post-graduate study prior to settling in Halifax in 1920. A keen interest in Public Health, with which he keeps in touch as Professor of Preventive Medicine, took him to Virginia in 1925. There he remained in charge of County Health work until appoint to his present post in 1932. Dr. rant is currently President of the Association of Canadian Medical Colleges. Died 1954.
Secretary of the Medical Society of Nova Scotia 1933-1954.

Halifax Visiting Dispensary fonds

  • MS-13-84
  • Fonds
  • 1882-1966
Fonds consists of correspondence, financial records, and administrative records such as annual reports and inventories.

Halifax Visiting Dispensary

Healthy public policy : trade-offs and priorities, role of the physician, role of the individual citizen

Item is a videocassette of a panel discussion with Dr. D. Gass, Dr. J. Kazimirski, Dr. J. Savage, Ms. S. Marshall, and Ms. G. Haliburton. The discussion was part of the lecture series "Current Topics in Health Promotion/Disease Prevention: A Life Cycle Approach." The video was requested by K. MacPherson from the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology.

Social impact on the usage of health care services

Item is a videocassette of a guest lecture by Janis Kief, a social worker with seniors in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. He discusses the inverse relationship between the availability of therapy and those who most need it getting service. The video was created for use in the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. The video was requested by Dr. Ruderman from the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology.

Photograph of the Outpatient and Public Health Clinic

File is a photograph of the Outpatient and Public Health Clinic built in 1922-1924 and run by the Faculty of Medicine. The building is still in use as of 2017 and known as Dalhousie's Clinical Research Centre. It is the location of administrative and academic departments of the Dalhousie Medical School, including the Division of Medical Education, Finance and Administration, Postgraduate Medical Education, and the departments of Bioethics and Community Health and Epidemiology.
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