Last fall, Circulating Now featured a unique film in the NLM’s vast historical audiovisual collection, the World War II U.S. Navy training film Combat Fatigue
Patricia Gallagher spoke today at the National Library of Medicine in honor of Women’s History Month on“’Medicine is a Man’s Game?’—Women Doctors in the Movies.”
While in the Navy, actor Gene Kelly filmed a training video about “Combat Fatigue Irritability,” today known as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). NLM spoke to Kerry Kelly Novick, Gene Kelly’s daughter, shortly after acquiring the film.
by Michael Sappol ~ Before there was PTSD there was shell shock and combat fatigue and Gene Kelly’s Combat Fatigue Irritability. Combat Fatigue Irritability was
By Jeffrey S. Reznick and Michael Sappol NLM Releases a Rare, 1921 Silent Film on Cancer Prevention Produced in 1921 by the American Society for