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August 30 October 6,2006
UF Health Science Center Library, Gainesville


you are invited to view a special HSC LIBRARIES
exhibition honoring the contributions
of women physicians, and to join us
in events celebrating the many ways
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Changing the Face of Medicine (left to right)
1. Eliza Ann Grier, MD the first African-American woman licensed to practice medicine in Georgia
2. Susan M. Love, MD co-founder of the National Breast Cancer Coalition
3. S. Josephine Baker, MD, DrPH the first director of the New York City Bureau of Child Hygiene, the first such bureau in the US
4. Rebecca Rainer Pauly, MD, FACP ~ Associate Chair, Dept. of Medicine for Medical Student Education, UF College of Medicine:
Dr. Pauly is one of only two Florida women featured in the 'Local Legends' section of the Changing the Face of Medicine website
5. Sharon Malotte, MD ~ first indigenous Nevadan to become a doctor


EVENTS AND LECTURE SERIES PRESENTED BY
University of Florida Health Science Center Libraries
Office of the Senior Vice President, Health Affairs
EXHIBITION DEVELOPED BY
History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine
American Library Association Public Programs Office
TRAVELING EXHIBITION MADE POSSIBLE BY
National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health Office of Research on Women's Health
American Medical Women's Association


Photo Credits:
1, 2 National Library of Medicine, Images from the History of Medicine
3 Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division,
LC-USZ62-058326,ca. 1920
4 Rebecca R. Pauly: photograph by Ned Davis & Dwight Bennett,
UF Health Science Center Libraries, 2006
5 Sharon M. Malotte: photograph by d'Joyce Bismarck, 1986
Cover image of Anna Wessels Williams, MD: courtesy of the
Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, ca. 1900
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EXHIBITION ~ Changing the Face of Medicine
August 30 October 6,2006
University of Florida Health Science Center Libraries
1600 SW Archer Road,Gainesville FL

Learn how American women have influenced and enhanced
the practice of medicine. This multimedia traveling exhibition
tells the remarkable story of women's struggle for the right to
study and practice medicine in the US,and features the life
stories of more than 300 of yesterday's and today's physicians.
From Elizabeth Blackwell, who in 1849 became the first
woman to earn an MD degree in the US, to today's women
doctors, they have succeeded in work once considered
'unsuitable' for a woman. Women now make a difference in
every area of medicine as researchers, educators, surgeons,
family practitioners, specialists, policymakers and government
officials.

Admission is free and open to the public. Groups of 10 or
more are welcome by prior arrangement. You are welcome
to visit the exhibition anytime the HSC Library is open:
M-Th 7:30a-mid // Fri 7:30a-7p // Sat 8a-5p // Sun 1 p-mid.



August 30: Opening Celebration for Exhibition
3pm: Welcoming remarks from HSC Libraries' Director Faith
Meakin and Rebecca Rainer Pauly, MD, who is honored as a
'Local Legend' within the exhibition.
3:30-5pm: Reception, food & drinks on Library's 1st floor.
5-6:30pm: Deans' Roundtable: The Changing Face of Health
Science Deans on Diversity In Their Professions. All six HSC
deans will speak briefly on changes to their professions over
the last 50 years, particularly regarding the rise and
prominence of women PHHP Auditorium.
September 8: Keynote Speech
3pm: Regina Morantz-Sanchez, PhD, professor of history at the
U. of Michigan, speaks on Gynecological Surgery and Public
Controversy: Dr. Mary Dixon-Jones on trial, 1892 MSB Auditorium.
September 12: Whatever Happened to the Women's Health Movement?
Noon: The Influence of the Women's Health Movement on
Healthcare Today
Byllye Avery, M.Ed (Founder, National Black Women's Health
Project) and Betsy Randall David, RN, PhD, Center for Creative
Education, will both speak, offering historical and sociopolitical
perspectives on women's influence on health care (lunch will
be provided) ~Communicore rm.C1-11.
3-4:30pm: Whatever Happened to the Women's Health Movement?
Mary Ann Burg, LCSW, PhD, UF Women's Health Research
Center director, will moderate a panel with speakers drawn
from the original founders of the Gainesville Women's Health
Center, including Byllye Avery, Betsy Randall David, Randi
Cameon, Marilyn Mesh and more! ~ Reitz Union, rm. 361.


EVENTS and LECTURES

The exhibition arrives amidst 50th Anniversary celebrations for
the HSC Libraries, Colleges of Medicine and Nursing, and the
Office of the Senior Vice President, Health Affairs. To
complement the exhibit, from August October, the Gainesville
HSC Library has planned several events and lectures involving
participants from all six HSC colleges. Although the exhibition
focuses on women physicians, the HSC Libraries invite viewers to
discover the many ways that women have influenced and
enhanced ALL areas of health science and healthcare.

All lectures and events are free and open to the public -
however,we ask that you preregister online at
www.library.health.ufl.edu or by phone at 352.392.2362.

PARKING
Public parking is available near the Health Science Center / Shands@UF
complex off SW Archer Road. Visitors may park in garages west of the
hospital off Mowry Road (garages #2 and #3),or east of the Shands
Emergency Center entrance off Newell Drive (garage #10). The fee for
parking is $3 per day on weekdays from 7:30am 9:30pm (pay upon
exiting the garage). Parking in these garages is free on weekends and holidays.



September 19: HSC Talk @ Noon
Noon-1 pm: Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Historian & HSC Archivist, will
speak on Women and the Health Center Communicore rm.C1-15.
September20: Healthcare Career Fair
The HSC Libraries and the Center for Precollegiate Education &
Training will host a healthcare career fair for students from
Gainesville high schools ~ Around the HSC & Library.
September26: HSCTalk @ Noon
Noon-1 pm: Donna Parker, MD, College of Medicine Asst. Dean
for Minority Cultural Affairs will speak on African-American
Women in Medicine, closing out the AMA-sponsored 'Women in
Medicine Month' -Communicore rm.C1-15.
Related topics in the HistoryofMedicne Lecture Series ~ Noon- pm, Communicore C1-15:
Aug. 24: Sarah Vinson, Confronting Segregation in the Short Course
Sept. 6: Todd Savitt, Entering a White Profession
Sept. 14: Dr. Richard Reynolds,A Mayo Clinic Rural Health Care in Florida
Oct. 12: Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Florida Women in Medicine to 1956


ALSO ON DISPLAYAT THE HSCLIBRARY THROUGH OCTOBER
A new series of RxEAD posters, featuring trailblazing women from each of the
six HSC colleges. Previous entries may be viewed at
www.library.health.ufl.edu/pub/RxEAD_thumbsl .html
An exhibit on'reflective writing' from the Shands Arts In Medicine program,
featuring poems and essays from medical students.
The Changing Face of Medical Education at the UF College of Medicine. A montage
of colorized composite class photographs that show increasing
diversity in the medical school classes,as well as quotes from
discussions among current medical students and alumni.


The HSC Libraries thank the following groups and organizations, whose support helped bring Changing the Face of Medicine to the University of
Florida: The Office of the Senior Vice President, Health Affairs; the HSC colleges~ Dentistry, Public Health & Health Professions, Medicine, Nursing,
Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine; Shands HealthCare; the UF Women's Health Research Center, the Center for Precollegiate Education & Training,
the Center for Women's Studies & Gender Research, and the UF chapter of the American Medical Women's Association; the Alachua County Medical
Society; and the UF, Santa Fe Community College and Alachua County libraries.




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Changing the Face of Medicine (left to right) 1. Eliza Ann Grier, MD ~ the first African-American woman licensed to practice medicine in Georgia 2. Susan M. Love, MD ~ co-founder of the National Breast Cancer Coalition 3. S. Josephine Baker, MD, DrPH ~ the first director of the New York City Bureau of Child Hygiene, the first such bureau in the US 4. Rebecca Rainer Pauly, MD, FACP ~ Associate Chair, Dept. of Medicine for Medical Student Education, UF College of Medicine: Dr. Pauly is one of only two Florida women featured in the 'Local Legends' section of the Changing the Face of Medicine website 5. Sharon Malotte, MD ~ first indigenous Nevadan to become a doctor Photo Credits: 1, 2 National Library of Medicine, Images from the History of Medicine 3 Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, LC-USZ62-058326, ca. 1920 4 Rebecca R. Pauly: photograph by Ned Davis & Dwight Bennett, UF Health Science Center Libraries, 2006 5 Sharon M. Malotte: photograph by d'Joyce Bismarck, 1986 Cover image of Anna Wessels Williams, MD: courtesy of the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, ca. 1900 EVENTS AND LECTURE SERIES PRESENTED BY University of Florida Health Science Center Libraries Office of the Senior Vice President, Health Affairs EXHIBITION DEVELOPED BY History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine American Library Association Public Programs Office TRAVELING EXHIBITION MADE POSSIBLE BY National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health Office of Research on Women's Health American Medical Women's Association o f M e d i c i n e C h a n g i n g t h e fa c e You are invited to view a special exhibition honoring the contributions of women physicians, and to join us in events celebrating the many ways women have influenced and enhanced all areas of health science and healthcare. August 30 October 6, 2006 UF Health Science Center Library, Gainesville www .libr ar y .health.ufl.edu

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EXHIBITION ~ C hanging the F ac e of Medicine A ugust 30 O c t ob er 6, 2006 U niv ersit y of F lor ida H ealth Scienc e C en t er Libr ar ies 1600 SW A r cher R oad G ainesville FL L ear n ho w A mer ic an w omen ha v e influenc ed and enhanc ed the pr ac tic e of medicine T his multimedia tr a v eling e xhibition t ells the r emar k able st or y of w omen's str uggle f or the r igh t t o stud y and pr ac tic e medicine in the US, and f ea tur es the lif e st or ies of mor e than 300 of y est er da y's and t o da y's ph y sicians F r om E lizab eth B lack w ell, who in 1849 b ec ame the first w oman t o ear n an MD degr ee in the US, t o t o da y's w omen do c t ors the y ha v e succ eeded in w or k onc e c onsider ed 'unsuitable' f or a w oman. W omen no w mak e a diff er enc e in e v er y ar ea of medicine as r esear chers educ a t ors sur geons family pr ac titioners sp ecialists p olic ymak ers and go v er nmen t officials A dmission is fr ee and op en t o the public G r oups of 10 or mor e ar e w elc ome b y pr ior ar r angemen t. Y ou ar e w elc ome t o visit the e xhibition an ytime the HSC Libr ar y is op en: M-T h 7:30a-mid // F r i 7:30a-7p // S a t 8a-5p // Sun 1p-mid E VENT S and LECTURES T he e xhibition ar r iv es amidst 50th A nniv ersar y c elebr a tions f or the HSC Libr ar ies C olleges of M edicine and N ursing and the O ffic e of the S enior V ic e P r esiden t H ealth A ffairs T o c omplemen t the e xhibit fr om A ugust O c t ob er the G ainesville HSC Libr ar y has planned se v er al e v en ts and lec tur es in v olving par ticipan ts fr om all six HSC c olleges A lthough the e xhibition f o cuses on w omen ph y sicians the HSC Libr ar ies in vit e view ers t o disc o v er the man y w a y s tha t w omen ha v e influenc ed and enhanc ed ALL ar eas of health scienc e and healthc ar e A ll lec tur es and e v en ts ar e fr ee and op en t o the public ho w e v er w e ask tha t y ou pr er egist er online a t www .libr ar y .health.ufl.edu or b y phone a t 352.392.2362. P ARKING P ublic par k ing is a v ailable near the H ealth Scienc e C en t er / S hands@UF c omple x off SW A r cher R oad V isit ors ma y par k in gar ages w est of the hospital off M o wr y R oad (gar ages #2 and #3), or east of the S hands Emer genc y C en t er en tr anc e off N ew ell D r iv e (gar age #10). T he f ee f or par k ing is $3 p er da y on w eekda y s fr om 7:30am 9:30pm (pa y up on e xiting the gar age). P ar k ing in these gar ages is fr ee on w eek ends and holida y s August 30: Opening C elebr ation for Exhibition 3 p m : W e l c o m i n g r e m a r k s f r o m H S C L i b r a r i e s D i r e c t o r F a i t h M eak in and R eb ecc a R ainer P auly MD who is honor ed as a 'L o c al L egend' within the e xhibition. 3:30-5pm: R ec eption, f o o d & dr inks on Libr ar y's 1st flo or 5 6 : 3 0 p m : D e a n s R o u n d t a b l e : T h e C h a n g i n g F a ce o f H e a l t h S c i e n c e D e a n s o n D i v e r s i t y I n T h e i r P ro f e s s i o n s A l l s i x H S C deans will sp eak br iefly on changes t o their pr of essions o v er t h e l a s t 5 0 y e a r s p a r t i c u l a r l y r e g a r d i n g t h e r i s e a n d pr ominenc e of w omen ~ PHHP A udit or ium. Sept ember 8: K eynot e Speech 3pm: R egina M or an tz-S anche z, P hD pr of essor of hist or y a t the U o f M i c h i g a n s p e a k s o n G y n e c o l o g i c a l S u r g e r y a n d P u b l i c C ontr o v ersy : D r Mar y D ix on-J ones on tr ial, 1892 ~ MSB A udit or ium. Sept ember 12: What ev er Happened t o the W omen's Health Mo v ement? N o on: T he Influenc e of the W omen s H ealth Mo v ement on t t H ealthc ar e T o da y B ylly e A v er y M.E d (F ounder N a tional B lack W omen s H ealth P r ojec t) and B etsy R andall D a vid RN, P hD C en t er f or C r ea tiv e E duc a tion, will b oth sp eak, off er ing hist or ic al and so ciop olitic al p ersp ec tiv es on w omen's influenc e on health c ar e (lunch will b e pr o vided) ~ C ommunic or e r m. C1-11. 3-4:30pm: W hat e v er H app ened t o the W omen's H ealth Mo v ement?M a r y A n n B u r g L C S W P h D U F W o m e n s H e a l t h R e s e a r c h C e n t e r d i r e c t o r w i l l m o d e r a t e a p a n e l w i t h s p e a k e r s d r a w n fr om the or iginal f ounders of the G ainesville W omen s H ealth Ce n t e r i n c l u d i n g B y l l y e A v e r y B e t s y R a n d a l l D a v i d R a n d i C ameon, M ar ilyn M esh and mor e! ~ R eitz U nion, r m. 361. Sept ember 19: HSC T alk @ Noon N o on-1pm: Nina S t o y an-R osenzw eig Hist or ian & HSC A r chivist will sp eak on W omen and the H ealth C ent er ~ C ommunic or e r m. C1-15. Sept ember 20: Healthcar e Car eer F air T he HSC Libr ar ies and the C en t er f or P r ec ollegia t e E duc a tion & T r aining will host a healthc ar e c ar eer fair f or studen ts fr om G ainesville high scho ols ~ A r ound the HSC & Libr ar y Sept ember 26: HSC T alk @ Noon N o on-1pm: D onna P ar k er MD C ollege of M edicine A sst. D ean f or M inor it y C ultur al A ffairs will sp eak on A fr ic an-A mer ic an W omen in Medicine, closing out the AMA-sp onsor ed 'W omen in M edicine M on th' ~ C ommunic or e r m. C1-15. Rela t ed t opics in the Hist or y of Medicine L ec ture S eries ~ Noon-1pm, C ommunicore C1-15:A ug 24: S ar ah V inson, C onfr onting S egr egation in the S hor t C ourse S ept. 6: T o dd S a vitt E nt er ing a W hit e P r of ession S ept. 14: D r R ichar d R e ynolds A Ma y o C linic: R ur al H ealth C ar e in F lor ida O c t. 12: Nina S t o y an-R osenzw eig F lor ida W omen in Medicine t o 1956 The HSC Libraries thank the following groups and organizations, whose support helped bring Changing the Face of Medicine to the University of Florida: The Office of the Senior Vice President, Health Affairs; the HSC colleges ~ Dentistry, Public Health & Health Professions, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine; Shands HealthCare; the UF Women's Health Research Center, the Center for Precollegiate Education & Training, the Center for Women's Studies & Gender Research, and the UF chapter of the American Medical Women's Association; the Alachua County Medical Society; and the UF, Santa Fe Community College and Alachua County libraries. ALSO ON DISPL A Y A T THE HSC LIBRARY THROUGH OCT OBER A ne w series of RxEAD post ers, f ea tur ing tr ailblazing w omen fr om each of the six HSC c olleges P r e vious en tr ies ma y b e view ed a t www .libr ar y .health.ufl.edu/pub/RxEAD_thumbs1.h tml An e xhibit on 'reflec tiv e writing' fr om the S hands A r ts In M edicine pr o gr am, f ea tur ing p o ems and essa y s fr om medic al studen ts The C hanging F ace of Medic al Educ a tion a t the UF C ollege of Medicine. A mon tage of c olor iz ed c omp osit e class phot o gr aphs tha t sho w incr easing div ersit y in the medic al scho ol classes as w ell as quot es fr om discussions among cur r en t medic al studen ts and alumni. www .libr ar y .health.ufl.edu