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Dalhousie Medical and Computing Media Services Audiovisual Collection North America
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Ledgers of video and photograph requests

File consists of two handwritten ledgers used by Dalhousie University's MedIT to document requests for video and photography services. Each entry indicates the type of service and provides the name and department of the person(s) who made the request, the date of the request, and other descriptive information.. Entries are listed chronologically and assigned unique numeric identifiers relating to the date of the request. The first volume includes a page that explains MedIT's filing system.

Mock trial

Item is a videocassette of a mock discipline hearing, introduced by Dr. Bill MacInnis and with input from Dr. Don Bonang. The trial took place in Room 3156 and examines a sexual assault case. The video was requested by Bruce Morley and Dean MacInnis from the Faculty of Dentistry.

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.

Video library

Series consists of records that document the administrative and operational activities of Dalhousie Univerity’s MedIT. These include videos of administrative meetings, conference lectures, curriculum lectures, extracurricular activities such as student and faculty concerts, interviews pertaining to Dalhousie Medical School’s history and alumni, medical employee professionalization, public lectures, and patient education.

Videos from conferences were sponsored, organized, and funded by the Dalhousie Medical School as part of the school's contribution to the larger medical community's commitment to public and student education, as well as an opportunity to showcase the quality of the School's facilities, faculty, and students. Some of the conferences included are "The First Gynaecological Grand Rounds," "Medicine in the Humanities," and "Women in Medicine." A sample of lectures and panel discussions are included from each conference.

The majority of tapes included in the series were used in the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum, including lectures, seminars, educational demonstrations of procedures and interactions with patients, and round-table discussions with students and faculty. Videos are included from various departments in the Dalhousie Medical School, including the departments of Anaesthesia, Anatomy, Biochemistry, Community Health and Epidemiology, Family Medicine, Medicine, Microbiology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Physical Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Radiology, Rheumatology, Urology, the Medical Education Unit, and the Division of Continuing Medical Education. The series also contains videos created at and for hospitals in Halifax, Nova Scotia and local medical associations. These videos were designed for the education of medical employees, patients, and the general public.

Several videos from a series "Dalhousie Medical School Remembered" are also included in this series, which consist of interviews with alumni of the School, reflecting on their experiences at Dalhousie and in the medical profession.

Card catalogue of video library

File consists of the card catalogue created and used by Dalhousie University's MedIT Department in their work with the Faculty of Medicine. The catalogue consists of a numerical and departmental index of the tapes created by MedIT, with cards in the numerical index cross-referenced in the departmental index and vice versa. Cards in the numerical index contain the title of the video, the tape number, the person who requested the video, and the person's department. Most cards also indicate whether the tape is an original, master, or dub, and, if relevant, another tape may be referenced (e.g., if the tape is a transfer of another tape). The card catalogue also includes an index of 1-inch video tapes, the locations of which are unknown, but most of which were transferred either to VHS or U-matic tapes included in the numerical index. The departmental index consists of cards organized by the department of the individual who requested the video from MedIT. The departments are mostly within the Faculty of Medicine, with a few requests from other faculties at Dalhousie University and from affiliated hospitals and organizations in Nova Scotia. These cards contain information relating to the date of the request, the individual and their department, the name and number of the video, and (optionally) its length and the amount charged for MedIT's services.

Principles of amputee management

Item is a videocassette of a lecture, combined with a slide show, which was part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. The lecture details various aspects of limb amputation, congenital amputation (people born with amputation), and vascular amputation. The video was requested by Dr. Kirby from the Division of Physical Medicine in the Department of Medicine.

Concepts in spasticity : clinical physiological and functional consequences of spasticity : part 1

Item is a videocassette is the second part of a two-part series created as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. Consultants in its creation were Nathaniel Mayer, M.D., Temple University, Philadelphia, and Edward F. Domino, M.D., Pharmacology, University of Michigan. The video was transferred from a 16 mm film. The video was requested by Dr. Kirby from the Division of Physical Medicine in the Department of Medicine.

Concepts in spasticity : clinical physiological and functional consequences of spasticity : part 2

Item is a videocassette is the first part of a two-part series created as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. Consultants in its creation were Nathaniel Mayer, M.D., Temple University, Philadelphia, and Edward F. Domino, M.D., Pharmacology, University of Michigan. The video was transferred from a 16 mm film. The tape was requested by Dr. Kirby from the Division of Physical Medicine in the Department of Medicine.

Dr. Jose Rosales : [interview]

Item is a videocassette of an interview with Dr. Jose Rosales. The 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.

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.

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.

Examination of the motor system and sensory system, Parkinson's disease, and myotonic dystrophy

Item is a videocassette used in the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. The video was hosted and requested by Dr. T.J. Murray from the Department of Medicine. The tape includes four separate videos: Examination of the Motor System (10 min.); Examination of the Sensory System (11 min.); Parkinson's Disease (4 min.); and Myotonic Dystrophy (6 min.).

Barbara Blauvelt : [interview]

Item is a videocassette of an interview with Barbara Blauvelt, the secretary of the Dalhousie Medical School for 1950-2000. 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.

Dr. Ian Hammerling, Dr. Dennis Howell, and Dr. Dan Purkis : [interviews]

Item is a videocassette of three separate interviews with Dr. Ian Hammerling, Dr. Dennis Howell, and Dr. Dan Purkis. These interviews 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 Dr. T.J. Murray from the Dean's Office.

Dr. Alan J. MacLeod : [interview]

Item is a videocassette of an interview with Dr. MacLeod. 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.

Dr. Edwin Ross : [interview]

Item is a videocassette of an interview with Dr. Ross, a surgeon and alumna of the Dalhousie Medical School (class of 1931). 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. Dr. Ross's interview took place at his home on Lilac Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia. The video was requested by Dr. T.J. Murray from the Dean's Office.

Dr. Lea Steeves : [interview]

Item is a videocassette of an interview with Dr. Lea Steeves. 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.

Dr. H.C. Still, Dr. John Szerb, Dr. Jim Purvis, and Dr. Ron Martin : [interviews]

Item is a videocassette of four separate interviews with Dr. H.C. Still, Dr. John Szerb, Dr. Jim Purvis, and Dr. Ron Martin. These interviews 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 Dr. T.J. Murray from the Dean's Office.

Dr. S. Wainwright : [interview]

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.

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.

Barbara Hinds interviewed by Nina Abraham

Item is a videocassette of an interview with Barbara Hinds. 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.

Two lectures for the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology

Item is a videocassette of two lectures: "Prevention: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention" by Dr. J. Kezimirski, and "Attitudes Towards Diseases and Disability: A Case Study" by Dr. G. Brosky and Mr. R. Laird. The lectures were given as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. The video was requested by Dr. Kathy MacPherson from the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology.
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