Medicine -- Study and teaching
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Papers reflecting Carmalt's studies at a private medical school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, accounts on his practice and investments, a small number of case records and lecture notes, professional correspondence, medical notes, and biographical material.
The papers consist primarily of correspondence of Ezekiel Dodge Cushing which documents his medical education at Dartmouth College, further medical studies in Philadelphia, London, and Paris, and medical practice in Boston. The papers also include correspondence of other family members and legal and financial documents.
The Miriam Hapgood DeWitt Papers consists of original and photocopied material, including letters, documents, and literary papers, related to the journalists and authors Hutchins Hapgood (1869-1944) and Neith Boyce (1872-1951), their forebears, and their circle of intellectuals, social reformers, and artists. The collection was created by their daughter Miriam Hapgood Dewitt (1906-1990), with the assistance of her sister Beatrix Hapgood Faust (1910-1994).
The records consist of reports documenting the actions of the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) of the Yale School of Medicine.
This artificial collection is composed of correspondence, journals, account books, manuscripts, scrapbooks, and printed material relating to the study and practice of medicine, primarily in Connecticut and New York, primarily in the nineteenth century.
Chiefly medical notebooks (1829-1831) of lectures William J. Powell attended at the Columbia University Medical School, recording lectures by A. H. Stevens, John A. Smith, John B. Beck, Joseph M. Smith, and Edward Delafield. Also included is a notebook containing a diary of his medical practice aboard the U.S.S. Ohio (1842). The school books of his son, Stephen C. Powell, including notes from his studies at the Yale Medical School, are also in the papers.
School of Medicine, Yale University, records of James D. Kenney as associate dean for postgraduate and continuing medical education
The material consists of subject files, correspondence, and teaching materials of James D. Kenney, MD, documenting his dual career as physician and professor and associate dean at the Yale University School of Medicine.
The records consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, curriculum materials, subject files, faculty and personnel files, and financial and administrative files of the deans of the Yale School of Medicine. Included are records of deans George Blumer, Milton G. Winternitz, Stanhope Bayne-Jones, Francis G. Blake, Cyril N. H. Long, Vernon W. Lippard, and Robert W. Berliner.
The records consist of correspondence, referrals, reports, reviews, photographs, and minutes documenting the activities and responsibilities of the deputy dean of the Yale School of Medicine. Included are the records of Arthur Ebbert, Jr. and Richard Belitsky as deputy dean.
The records consist of minute books from meetings of the Yale School of Medicine's faculty, its executive board, and the Committee on Examinations, and records of the Board of Permanent Officers.
The records consist of annual examinations and matriculation examinations written by students enrolled in the Yale School of Medicine.
Correspondence, writings, lectures, printed matter, and memorabilia. The correspondence is made up largely of family correspondence, with a smaller amount of professional letters. Among his professional papers are lectures on pathology, offprints of his articles (1908-1946) and scrapbooks (1898-1954). Included also are letters of condolence to his family and biographical sketches on his death in 1959.