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23 Archival Description results for Pathology
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- UA-44, Tape 79
- [before 1996]
Item is a videocassette of a lecture. The lecturer is not identified.
- UA-44, Tape 75
- November 2, 1983
Item is a videocassette on Hepatitis B Antigen. The video consists of a panel discussion via satellite involving three hospitals in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The video was used in the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. The video was requested by Dr. Dolphin from the Department of Biochemistry.
- MS-14-22, MS-14, Box 57, Folder 8-10
- UA-44, Tape 164
- January 25, 1982
Item is a videocassette with an educational film by Norman P. Sheuker, M.D., with animated and live action demonstrations. The video consists of four short parts with 5 seconds of black in between. The video was requested by Dr. Janigan from the Department of Pathology. The video was used in the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum.
Collection contains "Sheep have an important place in Nova Scotia Agriculture. Leaflet No. 9" and transcripts from broadcast #20 and #21 of "The Vanishing Flock". Also included are a variety of agricultural reports.
- UA-44, Tape 102
- September 26, 1988
Item is a videocassette of a lecture for Microbiology 1100A, which was part of the Dalhousie Medical School Curriculum. The tape was requested by Dr. Easterbrook from the Department of Microbiology.
- UA-43, Box 2, Folder 15
File contains hand-written summaries of the animal herds at Nova Scotia Agricultural College [ca. 1900] to 1965. Records describe breeds of cattle: Guernsey, Jersey, Ayrshires, Herefords, and Holsteins; breeds of sheep: Scottish Blackface, Shropshire, and Hampshire; and horses: light horses, and Clydesdales. These descriptions include when and how many were purchased, herd book and individual animals name and numbers, and stud book records. The summaries also include details of two disease events that affected herd-wide health including 'Bovine Tuberculosis' and 'contagious abortion'. Mention is made of the conferring of a 'Superior Breeding Certificate' on Farm Superintendent, Archibald MacMillan. The summaries also make mention of the Nova Scotia Animal Breeders Coop Ltd with reference specifically to dairy cattle.
Subseries consists of summary reports of the different livestock breeds and a history of the Holstein Friesian herd at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College farm created in 1965 and 1984.
- UA-44, Tape 69
- March 16, 1973
Item is a videocassette of a guest lecture by Dr. F. Brooks, who spoke as part of the Friday at Four lecture series. This series was sponsored and organized by the Dalhousie Medical 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. The video was requested by Dr. Clark from the Division of Continuing Medical Education.
- MS-14-22, MS-14, Box 35, Folder 9
This file contains 13 publications relating to the sheep industry, sheep diseases, recipes, economics, etc. They were published by the Nova Scotian Department of Agriculture and Marketing between 1908-1990.
Fonds consists of poetry written by Dr. Muir, articles, correspondence, manuscripts, and a book of poetry.
Muir, Robert Keith
- MS-14-22, MS-14, Box 35, Folder 9, Item 7
- UA-44, Tape 248
- September 11, 1984
Item is a videocassette of a guest lecture by Dr. Jonathan Miller. Dr. Miller, who's background is in Pathology, discusses the seeming paradox of why it is that the more advanced medicine becomes, the more medical patients become skeptical of medicine. The video was requested by Shella Johnson from the Dean's Office.
- UA-44, Tape 132
- [before 1980]
Item is a videocassette with footage from the 1960s or 1970s, accompanied by a voice-over soundtrack. The video was requested by Dr. Janigan from the Department of Pathology and was used in the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum.