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Faculty of Health Sciences Collection

Faculty of Health Sciences Administrative and planning material, 1966-present including reports, annual reports and committee minutes. 42.5 linear feet of records.
Dr. John Bienenstock
Dr. Bienenstock was Dean and Vice-president of the Faculty of Health Sciences from 1989-1997. His papers deal with the administration of the faculty. 4 linear feet of records.
Dr. E.J.Moran Campbell Dr. Campbell was the founding chair of the R. Samuel McLaughlin Professor of Medicine at McMaster, 1968-1975. He was an outstanding scientist, physican and educator with an international reputation in clinical respiratory medicine. His engaging autobiography is entitled "Not always on the level". His papers deal with every aspect of his working life, administrative, research and personal. 4 linear feet of records.
Centre for International Health The centre operated in the Faculty from 1993-1997. These records include administrative records, course material, conferences, publications, project reports, videos and many photographs. 6 linear feet of records.
Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis (CHEPA) These records include course material, conferences, annual reports and reviews and publications by researchers like Dr. Christabel Woodward. 2 linear feet of records.
Dr. May Cohen Dr. Cohen joined the Faculty of Health Sciences in 1977 to teach and practice family medicine. She co-founded the Women's Health Office. She was Associate Dean (Health Services) between 1991-1996. In 1997 the May Cohen Lectureship in Women's Health was inaugurated. Her papers deal with the administration of the facutly.4 linear feet of records.
Committee on Scientific Development (CSD) These records deal with the administration of the department and research in the faculty. It includes committee minutes, financial records, information on grants and annual reports. It also includes records on the purchase of an electron microscope and the faculty open houses of 1979, 1993 and 1996. 12 linear feet of records.
Dr. Susan Denburg

Dr. Denburg was appointed Associate Vice-President, (Academic) and Associate Dean (Education) in 2005. She was the vice-chair of the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, 1990-1998. Her research interests are in the study of the relationship between behaviour and autoimmunity.Her papers deal with the administration of the faculty. 1.5 linear feet of records.

Educating Future Physicians for Ontario (EFPO) Educating Future Physicians for Ontario was a collaborative project between five medical education institutions, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Assocated Medical Services. Its goal was "to modify the character of medical education in Ontario to make it more responsive to the evolving needs of Ontario society." This collection includes annual reports, progress reports, the EFPO newsletter and the EFPO Working papers published during Phase 1 of the project which ran from 1990-1994. 2 linear feet of records.

Dr. John Evans

Dr. Evans was the first Dean and Vice-President of the Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University from 1965-1972. His papers include planning material for both McMaster University Medical Centre and the medical school. 24 linear feet of records.  Subfonds Dr. John Evans Subfond
Health Sciences Library These records deal with the administration of the library which serves the Faculty of Health Sciences. These include committee minutes, annual reports, newsletters as well as planning material, fundraising events, the renovation of 2004-2006 and an extensive photograph collection. 7 linear feet of records.
Geoffrey P. Hiebert Mr. Hiebert was the administrator in charge of the planning, construction and furnishing of the McMaster University Medical Centre, completed in May 1972. This collection contains extensive information about this hospital. 9 linear feet of records.
Dr. John Kelton Dr. Kelton is Dean and Vice-president of the Faculty of Health Sciences, 2001-present. He joined the Faculty of Health Sciences in 1977. He is a practicing hematologist and scientist. His papers deal with the administration of the faculty. 4 linear feet of records.
Dr. Russell Joffe Dr. Joffe was chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, 1994-1997. He was Dean and Vice-president of the Faculty of Health Sciences, 1997-2000. In 1996 he founded the Depression Information Resource Education in Ontario. His papers deal with the administration of the faculty. 1 linear foot of records.

Dr. John Laidlaw

Dr. Laidlaw was Dean (Health Sciences) from 1981-2010.  His papers deal with the administration of the faculty and include a collection of speeches. 4.5 linear feet of records.  Subfonds
Department of Learning Resources This department created the course material for the school of medicine, 1969-2006. The records are primarily course material much of it in the form of videos, slide/audiotape shows and health care problems. 6 linear feet of records.
Dr. Stuart MacLeod Dr. MacLeod was a professor in the departments of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Pediatrics and Medicine. Between 1987-1992, he was Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences. His papers deal with the administration of the faculty. 7 linear feet of records.

Dr. Dennis McCalla

Dr. McCalla was Vice-president  of the Faculty of Health Sciences from 1982-1989. His papers deal with the administration of the faculty. 6.5 linear feet of records.  Subfonds Dennis McCalla Subfonds
McMaster Medical Student Council

The collection consists of minutes and yearbooks, 1982-1999. 4 linear feet of records. Subfonds McMaster Medical Student Council Subfonds

Midwifery Education Program Established in 1993, these records include planning material and curriculum material. 8 linear feet of records. Subfonds
Dr. C.Barber Mueller Dr. Mueller was the first chair of the department of surgery, Faculty of Health Sciences. He planned the department of surgery both the office and clinical spaces. He helped create the first curriculum for the residency program in surgery. His papers deal with all of this plus his research interests. 12 linear feet of records.

Dr. Fraser Mustard

Dr. Mustard was the second dean and vice-president of the Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University from 1972-1980. His papers deal with the administration of the faculty as well as his research interests. 32 linear feet of records. Subfonds Dr. Fraser Mustard Subfonds
School of Nursing Archive The School of Nursing began in 1946. This collection contains extensive information about the School of Nursing, planning, adminstration and curriculum. 26 linear feet of records. Subfonds
Nursing Alumni These records deal with the administration of the society plus scrapbooks, 1949-1975, newsletters, an extensive photograph collection and the 1953 film, "Glimpses of the life of student nurse". 6 linear feet of records.
Dept. of Public Relations / Development Office This collection contains extensive information and photographs about past events in the Faculty of Health Sciences. 15 linear feet of records. Subfonds Department of Public Relations Subfond
Dr. Raelene Rathbone Dr. Rathbone was chair of Graduate programs, 1981-1987, Acting Associate Dean of Education, 1987-1988. In 1992 she was appointed Associate Dean and Vice-President of Health Sciences and in 1998 became Acting Associate Dean of Research. Her papers deal with the administration of the faculty. 4 linear feet of records.
School of Rehabilitation Sciences Established in 1989, the school includes program in occupational therapy and physical therapy. These records include program reports, orientation and course material as well as entering and graduating class photographs and yearbooks. 5 linear feet of records

Dr. Charles Roland

This collection contains the research material collected by Dr. Charles Roland, first Hannah chair in the history of medicine, throughout his career at McMaster University. Oral history was a predominent method of his research and there is a large collection of audiotapes and transcripts about such diverse subjects as the founding of McMaster University Medical School, POW's during WWII, theWarsaw Ghetto, Early Canadian medicine, Heparin and the Winnipeg Clinic. The final accrual consists of correspondence, bound, photocopies of archival documents from archives in Japan and England, and a large collection of slides on many aspects of the history of medicine. 30 linear feet of records.Subfonds Oral History Collection of the History of Medicine Archive Subfonds

Dr. David Sackett

Dr. Sackett came to McMaster University in 1968 and founded the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. He founded the journal “Evidence Based Medicine” and wrote “Clinical Epidemiology: a basic science for clinical medicine” considered to be the bible of evidence based medicine. He was the first chair of the Cochrane Collaboration, a group that promotes evidence based medicine globally. He left McMaster in 1994 for other opportunities. He contributed to the curriculum for the medical program and this material is part of the Undergraduate Medical Education subfonds. 15 linear inches of records.

Dr. William Spaulding Dr. Spaulding was Associate Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences from 1966-1970 and a professor in the department of medicine until his retirement in 1987. He is the founder of the Diabetic Day Care. In 1991, he wrote a book  about the early years of the faculty called "Revitalizing medical education: McMaster Medical School, 1965-1974". His papers deal with the planning of the faculty. 2.5 linear feet of records. Subfonds Dr. William Spaulding Subfonds
Dr. Mary Tremblay Dr. Tremblay was an associate dean in the School of Rehabilitation Science. She helped to found the Occupational Therapy Program at Mohawk College and was a Director of the Degree Completion Program for Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy at McMaster. She was a central figure in the history disability and rehabilitation, spinal cord injury rehabilitation, war and disability in the twentieth century, aging with a pre-existing disability and human rights of the disabled. This collection contains the research material collected by Dr. Tremblay throughout her career at McMaster University. Along with printed material, there is a large collection of audiotapes and transcripts of interviews with patients and therapists. 12 linear feet of records.
Undergraduate Medical Education Archive
This collection contains planning material and curriculum material for the school of medicine at McMaster from 1969 to the present day. 52 linear feet of records. Subfonds Undergraduate Medical Education Subfonds