Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Interviews with DHHS federal staff that had significant roles in managing and directing the federal response to the 2009 H1N1 flu pandemic, conducted on behalf of the National Library of Medicine for the Making History: H1N1 Oral History Project.
These interviews, a continuation of Dr. Senn's previous child development oral history project, range over a variety of related subjects with emphasis on child guidance. Notable interviewees are John Bowlby and Anna Freud.
Tapes and transcripts exist for each interview.
PARTIALLY PROCESSED COLLECTION. Films address a range of topics including nursing, prenatal and neonatal care, infant and child development, mental health, medical ethics, aging, and human sexuality.
A collection of oral history interviews with Papez's students and colleagues conducted by Dr. Kenneth E. Livingston intended to document the contributions of the neuroanatomist James W. Papez to neuroscience.
Contains transcripts interviews with J. Willis Hurst (May 1986), Theodore E. Woodward (Mar. 1985), Jack Myer (June 1985), and E. Marshall Goldberg (May 1987), conducted by E. Marshall Goldberg. No related audiovisual recordings.
A collection of taped and transcribed oral history interviews with MLA members who have had a significant impact on medical librarianship and the Association.
The collection contains interviews with former directors and other individuals significant to the foundation and early history of the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Eli A. Rubenstein conducted the interviews between the years 1975-1978 as background for an intended book about the institute.