By Kathy High and Michael Sappol ~ Originally published in Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine, 2011 and also available on Medicine on Screen: Films
Angela Saward, Wellcome Collection, London, discusses the 1964 British public health film It Takes Your Breath Away.
By Sarah Eilers ~ This year, the Historical Audiovisuals Program at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), with support from the Exhibition Program, digitally preserved
Circulating Now welcomes guest Jennifer Lynn Peterson, PhD Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication at Woodbury University in Los Angeles, to explore a
By Mark S. Micale ~ This essay was originally published in Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine, 2011 and also available on Medicine on
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger David Cantor, PhD, an investigador (researcher) at the Instituto de Desarrollo Económico y Social (IDES), Buenos Aires Argentina and an
By Donna J. Drucker ~ G.D. Searle’s Enovid pill came on the market for married women in June 1960 when the U.S. Food and Drug
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger John Parascandola, PhD from the University of Maryland to explore the use of film in public health campaigns against venereal
By Amanda Maple (Pennsylvania State University) and Sarah Eilers (NLM) ~ From Experimentally produced neurotic behavior in the rat to Prefrontal lobotomy in chronic schizophrenia,
Read the latest addition to Medicine on Screen: Films and Essays from NLM. Caitjan Gainty, PhD, from Kings College, London, shares insights on the work of obstetrician and filmmaker Joseph B. DeLee.