Medical education -- Michigan
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Anthropology Department records include course examinations (1964-1968), curriculum records, financial records (1964-1969), reports, and graduate program records. There is also a folder on a student strike in 1970. Other materials include College of Human Medicine curriculum and department records.
Collection consists of a conference brochure (1988) and departmental newsletters (2003 – 2007).
Annual Reports are available for 1999 – 2007.
The collection contains three folders consisting of a postpartum brochure, a 2007-2008 NBME report for ObGyn, and a department newsletter (2008).
The record group consists of a brochure from a sponsored conference.
The record group consists of brochures about a College of Osteopathic Medicine Pediatrics Conference (1985 – 1987).
The Department of Psychiatry records consists of one folder containing a program booklet for the residency program at the Pontiac State Hospital and an unpublished annual report for 1968.
Also included are materials related to the AIDS Education and Training Center. The materials include publications about ministry and AIDS, promotional handouts, health and safe sex kits, and t-shirts (the majority of these materials was not created by Michigan State University).
This collection consists of a book listing educational objectives for Urology course work, a program for the 23rd annual Research Forum and an invitation to the 2007 Residency graduation ceremony. Also included are photographs, and awards and certificates given to the MSU Department of Surgery and their faculty members.
The bulk of the faculty papers of Maria Patterson are comprised of curriculum materials for the Medical Microbiology and Immunology course taught at Michigan State University. Other materials include curriculum materials, plans, minutes and a draft COM directory.
This collection documents the founding and history of the Michigan Osteopathic College Foundation, the Michigan College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. The Michigan Osteopathic College Foundation collection consists of a vast resource of historical documents in the formative years of the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University.