Compiled by Dr. Howard T. Stewart of New York (presumably after 1865), The Stewart Album is a collection of 206 photographs of German, French, Spanish, Italian, and English physicians and scientists prominent in the mid-nineteenth century. All but six... Since 1962, the Duke University Medical Center Library has been publishing a newsletter to keep its users informed of resources and events. Beginning in 1996, the Library began providing a copy in electronic format as well. Beginning with the October...
In 1984, as a part of Duke University’s retrenchment plan, the last class of BSN students graduated. The graduate programs also ended in 1984, re-opening in 1985 with a new curriculum and focus on research. In response to the increasing nursing... As part of the 75th Anniversary celebration of the opening of the Duke School of Medicine and the Duke Hospital, the Medical Center Archives digitized select publications that help document the early years of Duke Medicine.
The Four Seasons images are four seventeenth century copperplate engravings of probably German or Flemish origin, each depicting a season of the year with each season used as a metaphor for one of the ages of man. They are by no means limited to their... Health care reform provides new opportunities and risk for PAs. States continue to revise legislation, rules and regulations to reduce barriers to use PAs effectively in variety of health care settings. Veterans Administration Medical Centers, Military...