Group Title: History of Medicine lecture series
Title: The Human drama : siting and planning a health center
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Title: The Human drama : siting and planning a health center
Series Title: History of Medicine lecture series
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Nina
Publisher: College of Medicine, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 2005
Copyright Date: 2005
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Florida.
In a resolution, unanimously a-
dopted at its Wednesday luncheon
meeting, the i Club recognized the
.need for a medical college and, in
effect, said: "Let's have one, even
.if the cost is great. Expense can-
not be considered when the future
of the nieQ!cal profession in: Flor-
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young men cannot enter over-
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City Speeds Project
To Bring New State
M ical School Here
n of a ucation committee
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MIAMI DAILY NEWS, Saturday, May 3, 1947


A STtATE ENT
From the Trustees of the

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
Regarding It's Proposed

Medical School

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charged on the floor of the Senate
this- afternoon that "he "under-
Istood" the&reason Dr. T. Z. Cason,
Jacksonville, now favors Gaines-
ville as the site for the state medi-
cal college was "because he is sup-
posed to be the dean of the college."
Mathews scored Dr. Cason, head
of Riverside hospital, for "desert-
ing" Jacksonville in its fight for
the proposed $20,000,000 coyege.
Two years ago, Mathews said, Dr.
Cason was on Jacksonville's side.
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and Duval county's medical. and
clinical facilities which he said
-would bej of great aid to the pro-
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Site Supported


By Jax Physician
Dr. Cason Assailed
By Sen. Mathews for
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By JIM MASSEY
(Jonrnal Staff Writer)
TALLAHASSEE Jack-
sonville's hopes for obtain-
ing the proposed state medi-
cal and dental college were
practically extinct today,
but its warriors here in the
Legislature went down with
flags waving and oratorical
I uns blazing.


Later, in the presentation of
Jacksonville's bid, Senator Mathews
again scored Dr. Cason for "desert-
ing Jacksonville" and said "I was
greatly embarrassed here tollht."
"I've practiced law at the bar of
this state for many years," the sen-
ator asserted, "and I've had my
difficulties with hostile witnesses,
but this is the first time I ever had
my star witness desert me.
"In all my experience, I never
have had anyone to lead me up to
the slaughter house and then at-
tempt to cut my throat.
"My star witness deserted me
and went over to the Alachua sen-
Jacksonville's bid received"ipstag-
gering jolt right at the beginning
of the hearings when Dr. Cason,
originally chairman of a committee
to seek the college for Jacksonville
turned up on the side of Gaines-
ville.
Dr. Cason declared the Lippard
report had changed his mind.
The fiery Senator Mathews, who
didn't know of Cason's switch until
shortly before the doctor'got up to
speak for Gainesville, attacked him
bitterly as a "Judas Iscarigt."
"You have left me out on a limb
by coming here tonight to cut my
throat and all the people of Jack-
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MEDICAL COLLEGE DESIGN UNIQUE


Edirit N TfNe is Il the retd 1n
o irie of Iree srtifd prepmed by

Univelre y of Roliddl Medie Col-
legell In which he Posessn tre ew
oppmsere s to meIbreaf rleceatloen I
be embodied in leb Uofiersnilty J.
f1mil Molr HK hlth Ce ,r.
By Dean George T. Harrell
College of Medidne
In ike practice of medicine, a physi
cian follows an nIliatiual proess
which ullimes he basic ools learned
in his previous educatinol expenietne.
He makes obserItRion, 0 oroleocs data
which he then envaluoe for error, inter
preFs and acts upon In this process.
he uses oortnen intelfcrtuol tols and
techniquMe specific to the art of media.
cine which he must masote. STe he
will follow tis inteloctual prices the
remainde of his professional life, he
should begin it the day he enters medi-
o1 school.

In order to imp lnenlt this tas nng,
a s dtudy desk. or nihinong office. or.
iginol with the Uniewsily of Florida
College of Medcne and boilt for the
rrst time in ny medol school, has
been signed A beginning student,
during his first week in the Frehman
year, will be assigned to his 'thinking
office" which will serve os "hoen
bol' for his first two yers during his
baso science courses. He will oeve his
""thinking of-fco to go so ioboriaones
to makek observations, reining to his
srudy desk to evolutle his dote and
compare them with his own post ex
perence as found in his class nres,
records of pnreouo experiments or p.
lieni seen and the experience of others
as crystsllord in his reNixook, or mort
recently in the current medical hiero-
sure,
Biause of the very rapd poae at
which medical knowledge adcvonce, i
is imperliive +hot ih beginning stu-
dent loonm o read the current literature,
moke It a useful intelieal tool
through o reference file continously
kept up to dole and earn to abstract
cursl oartles. During the remainder


of his pofesswonol ite. he must evolu
ate ortniles in lhe mediiol ioumls to
decide whether they ore sound on Ihe
boas of ite design of experiments and
the dorao plo rd, whether he wsll
immediately a*dw in his prFocicr to the
caer of potinti in his schrge, the
tehnqoes or drugs rcoonisrenried.
Other uniue fevras in the dnign
of Ihe loeahing faor~ie os e mth use of
the tibrory as a repository of oil iypes
of information including oudio and vs-
uoi aids. The library ihus beoe sw a
inr reference library to which the inu
dent may refer as often os ndessh,0y
waihbcu firig that on mr9nto moy
think less wel of him if he rvews the
IaeW molena( mrony ties. For the
firt time in any medial school, sepao
noa* rooms O e provided faor -nd-
color movis and lonren slie sl os-
tions as visual osid Movies wil be
dRieked out exracl Ot ore rotscr
bo oks Other rcoms aor provided for
rope recordings of physical signs in the
heors and olugs-on of the most dif-
uofs tecrhnigues to teach to rdco1l
srdenrs. AlJo, for the firs rinm in
anry medical school, cold roois have
been provided on every floor so thot
expeismefnr in enznye chemistry can
be prformed by groups of eight iru-
rents in Mary or ol cotrses
No Brdetn
An attempt is being mode to break
dw borrers btweec the medical
school and the reoinder of the Uni-
verity. The focilnies for the teahing
of tereain wehniques ouch as psycho-.
g9ol treating, isolfion procedure for
children, prepr rion of solutions, rei-
vising of operations from onormol suo
gery--ore placed so that they may be
used by students in other colleges of
the Ulniversity without interrtling any
of the edvortional program in the
medical fhsool. The facilities in the li
brary aor centrally placed so ihoa they
ore equaIly rear io poltgraduo-i and
uendergrodcio'. medicine, rnd should
they come in time. to the College of
Phormacy and Dentisttry.
noerse between other profelon
working in the genroli field of health
ore being booken down- Borners be


hwnin depiatmlenli in eth medical
schoo will be aoided. In order to
implement this ainer point she modcol
seines building has been so designed
shoa bosic scient preclinical deport-
ments ore molched up I oo by floor
wish she clindol dp arlimet uing that
bosic scierwe o n Io The hospital
then i designed so hao a complete
hoeorizlrl integration is ached in
achieved in pasosr rosn or well as
fundamtenal eduotion,


units of the Univesily wch as ie Cal-
lege of Pharmocy and the Coner Re-
sernch Unis when they are trrnsfrred
to the Health Center In ordtr to em,
plhsie 1o the stddcdt that ultimoiely,
medical cor is given to an indlidual
in the environment of his home and
that hence ond lhot fonily and home
environment of th patient is mpor-
tant, three months of the senior year
will be spent in pretrpla'ship. In the
preceptorship the student will work in
the office of a physician paocrie in
the stale. The practical application of
the tIherelic knowledge tlaght in the
medal school will then be drsven
home.
Doo#'s reom
In order to enhpasize thO fact Ihal
the fonlJy physican In practice is the
key to medical core in the communlsy,
a "doctors room has been provided
in the medical sciences bildiog. Any
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