Correspondence from Eugene Stead to Barnes Woodhall regarding starting Physician's Assistant Training Program at Duke University - Correspondence: Stead to Woodhall

Unique ID: PA-0146
Date: March 23, 1965
Description: Memorandum dated March 23, 1965 from Dr. Eugene A. Stead, Jr. to Dr. Barnes Woodhall, Vice Provost for Medical Affairs at Duke University, stating that "In July 1965, the hyperbaric unit will begin a formal training program for environmental chamber technicians and physician-assistants."  Dr. Stead requested that Dr. Woodhall "set up an appropriate committee to guide the emerging programs designed to bring new personnel into the health field."  Dr. Stead suggests that Jim Mau (administrator in the Department of Medicine) be the secretary for the committee.  This committee was appointed with Dr. Andrew G. Wallace, assistant professor of medicine as chair, on April 17, 1965. Language: English
Location: Eugene A. Stead papers
Rights: Courtesy of the Duke University Medical Center Archives
Timeline Period: PA Ideological Era (1961-1965)


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