Medical colleges

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Medical colleges

Medical colleges

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Medical colleges

  • UF Medical schools
  • UF Schools, Medical

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Medical colleges

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University of Texas Medical School records

  • IC 008
  • Collection
  • 1969-2006

University of Texas Medical School records primarily consists of newsletters like Scoop, IATRO year books, annual reports, directories for consultation referrals, and other types of ephemera. The collection roughly dates from 1979 to 2011. The collection is in good condition and consists of 12 cubic feet (29 boxes).

University of Texas Medical School at Houston

Pediatrics faculty, Baylor College of Medicine, 1962

Reverse is labeled "file no. 6105-12, date Jan 3 1962," and stamped with "Department of Visual Education, Baylor University College of Medicine, 1200 M.D. Anderson Blvd., Houston, Texas." Dr. Taylor, Dr. Florence Heys, Dr. Murdina Desmond, Dr. Russell Blattner, Dr. Katherine Hsu, Dr. Chao stand center first row.

Baylor College of Medicine

Pediatrics faculty, Baylor College of Medicine, 1962

Reverse is labeled "file no. 6205-14, date 7-13-62," and stamped with "Department of Visual Education, Baylor University College of Medicine, 1200 M.D. Anderson Blvd., Houston, Texas." First row, left to right, Dr. Katherine Hsu, Dr. Chao, Dr. Florence Heys, Dr. Russell Blattner, Dr. Taylor, Dr. Donald Fernbach, Dr. Harrison, Dr. Murdina Desmond.

Baylor College of Medicine

Cheves M. Smythe, MD papers

  • MS 176
  • Collection
  • 1924-2013

The Cheves M. Smythe MD papers, Ms 176, has been arranged chronologically according to titles held, and additional items were placed at the end of the collection. This collection consists of research documents, correspondence, and publications. Highlights of the collection include information from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. The Collection comprises of 10 boxes and is 9.5 cubic feet. All of the original boxes have been replaced, and the majority of the original folders have been replaced. Overall the collection is in good condition but should be handled with care as many papers are beginning to reflect their age.

Smythe, Cheves M.

Baylor College of Medicine records

  • IC 006
  • Collection
  • 1904-2005

Baylor College of Medicine records consists of curriculum guides, student handbooks, bulletins, catalogs, departmental reports, publications, directories, faculty rosters, pictorial rosters, alumni directories and newsletters, commencement programs, and yearbooks for Baylor College of Medicine, ranging from 1904 to 2005.

Baylor College of Medicine

Interview with A. Hamblin Letton, MD, FACS

“Video Profiles.” An Interview with A. Hamblin Letton, MD by N. Don Macon. An MDA-TV Presentation. Department of Medical Communication. Presented by The University of Texas System Cancer Center. M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute. MDAH #778-1-77. Video recorded 8/11/1977. Runtime is 26:34 minutes.
(0:20) Don Macon introduces the program and A. Hamblin Letton, a surgeon from Atlanta, Georgia, and the 1972 President of the American Cancer Society.
(1:10) Letton notes his presidency was dubbed “The Year of the Patient.”
(1:43) Letton offers some details of his biography, beginning in Florida. He was educated at and joined the faculty at Emory University. He discusses his children.
(2:38) He discusses his recent visit to China and the state of medical care there, including “barefoot doctors.”
(7:49) Letton describes the process for pursuing medical education in China.
(9:57) Letton speaks to the quality of medical care in China.
(12:20) He offers his observations on the general health of the population in China.
(14:34) Letton relays details of his 21-day trip to China. His group from the American Cancer Society was invited by China.
(17:35) He offers additional observations on Chinese society.
(18:32) He speaks about his perception of the mental health of China.
(19:35) Macon prompts Letton to consider lessons from China that might be applied in the U.S. Letton cites China’s success in getting healthcare to people in the countryside. They mention the Regional Medical Program. Letton cites his neighbor Willis Hurst, president of the American Heart Association. Letton brings up the ideas of pharmaceutical representatives or television networks playing a role in communicating health information.
(23:29) He returns to the topic of the organization of Chinese society.

Letton, A. Hamblin