Medicine and Health
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains correspondence regarding the nursing program as well as memoranda and reports pertaining to the establishment of it. Additional information includes papers on baccalaureate and associate degrees at the University.
Series consists of the faculty handbook detailing faculty-related policies for the School of Allied Health, 1991-2008. The School of Allied Health was merged into the College of Health Science and Human Service with the merger of the Medical University of Ohio and the University of Toledo in 2006.
This collection contains letters written by Dr. Howard Madigan to the Toledo Blade from 1987 to 2003. Topics addressed by Dr. Madigan primarily concern various aspects of local healthcare issues. All the letters in the collection were published in the Toledo Blade and appear here as newspaper clippings.
This collection focuses on the Medical College of Ohio's (MCO) Graduate School before the 2006 merger with the University Toledo. It consists of handbooks, self-study guides, manuals, and directories. Additionally, there are multiple self-study reports, pamphlets of the Annual Graduate Student Research Forum, information on the Liaison Committee on Medical Education and commencement programs.
This collection consists of annual reports and accreditation materials, as well as agreements between the Medical College of Ohio; the University of Toledo; Bowling Green State University; and area community colleges. Other documents include (but are not limited to) by-laws, correspondence, committee meeting minutes, curriculum information, and reports.
The collection consists of a single portrait of Jones, created by prominent Ohio artist, Leslie Adams.
Related materials concerning Family Service of Northwest Ohio can be found in MSS-075 (https://www.utoledo.edu/library/canaday/HTML_findingaids/MSS-075.htm).
Collection consists of class composites of the School of Nursing from 1915-1972, 2 guest books from alumni events, and a framed 1917 Articles of Incorporation for Lucas County General Hospital. Most material is oversize.