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The video journal of medicine. No. 3.

  • Pawan, Gaston.
Date
1976
  • Videos

About this work

Also known as

Video Journal of Medicine.

Description

Part 3 of the series covered the following topics:The Drug Management of Obesity by Dr Gaston Pawan and Dr Denis Craddock; Cryosurgery by Mr John O'Sullivan and Dr Rodney Dawber; Management of Myocardial Infarction by Dr David Fluck and Dr Derek Coffman; Medicine Today: Low Back Pain by Dr Richard Jacoby abd Dr Eric Gambrill.

Publication/Creation

1976

Physical description

1 videoreel (58:36 min.) (Two Inch) : sound, colour.

Notes

Mediscope edited master.
Video Journal of Medicine series of programmes ran for 6 issues from August 1976 to 1977.
A set of the printed journals numbers 1-6 was donated by Michael Essex-Lopresti (archives are available in PP/LOP in the library). Essex-Lopresti funded the transfer of the Phillips VCR half-inch cartridge to VHS tape in 1980 (No. 6).
More detail about how the video and journal series was circulated is outlined in the journals. The audience was designed to be 'all General Practitioners, Clinical Tutors and forward-thinking doctors'. It is described as three years in the making and had 'considerable support from postgraduate centres and their medical council'. It extolls its 'unique editorial style'. The video machines were available to buy or lease and the details are set out in the journal.

Creator/production credits

The Editorial Board; Editor Dr Simon Nicholas, Managing Editor Dr Andrew Stanway, Assistant Editor Dr Paul Calloway, Dr David Delvin. The Advisory Board; Chairman Dr Derek Stevenson, The Rt Hon. Lorn Hunt of Fawley, Dr Raymond Parsons, Dr Leslie Wootton.

Copyright note

Video Journal International Ltd.
Master.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


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