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Health Education

Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Adolf Nichtenhauser History of Motion Pictures in Medicine Collection

Identifier: MS C 380

Nichtenhauser's major accomplishment is the unpublished History of Motion Pictures in Medicine. This portion of the collection contains his original typescript; several volumes; pagination varies, includes illustrations.

Dates: circa 1950

Adolf Nichtenhauser Medical Film Materials

Identifier: MS C 277

Nichtenhauser's major accomplishment is the unpublished "History of Motion Pictures in Medicine." The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reviews, catalogs, and a variety of printed matter pertaining to technical, historical, educational, and miscellaneous aspects of the medical motion picture.

Dates: 1933-1955

Health education by television lecture / Huntington Williams

Identifier: MS C 161

Mimeograph of a Chadwick public lecture delivered on July 20, 1962 in London. Dr. Williams speaks of the development of television as a disseminator of public health information, with particular emphasis and detail devoted to such programs in Baltimore, Md.

Dates: 1962

Howard B. Bishop Papers

Identifier: MS C 562
Abstract Howard Berkey Bishop was educated as a chemical engineer. In 1939 he sold his company to the Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company and devoted his retirement to "promoting the formula for a better way of life." Promotional flyers, advertisements, correspondence, articles, editorials and various corporate records document Howard Bishop's post-retirement activities as the founder and driving force behind the Human Engineering Foundation (HEF) and his efforts to counteract the physical and...
Dates: 1921-1961 (bulk 1940-1960)

Joycelyn Elders Surgeon-General Speech Collection

Identifier: MS C 571

Speeches, remarks, statements, talking points delivered by Dr. Elders primarily while U.S. Surgeon-General.

Dates: 1992-1994