A Guide to the University of Virginia School of Medicine Reports, 1970-2014 University of Virginia School of Medicine Reports MS-66

A Guide to the University of Virginia School of Medicine Reports, 1970-2014

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Accession Number MS-66


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Historical Collections, Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia
Accession Number
MS-66
Title
University of Virginia School of Medicine Reports, 1970-2014
Physical Description
10 boxes measuring 5.5 inches x 10 inches x 15.5 inches and 11 boxes measuring 5 inches x 10 inches x 15.5 inches; total of 9.25 linear feet
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University of Virginia
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

University of Virginia School of Medicine Reports, Accession #MS-66, Historical Collections, Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

The documents in boxes 1-19, folder 7 arrived at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library in several installments from the School of Medicine prior to 2014. On December 2, 2014, Addeane Caelleigh, a Medical Education Case Writer at the School of Medicine, brought the materials in boxes 19, folder 8 through 21, folder 2 to Historical Collections.


Scope and Content

The collection consists of 104 folders of processed material. Series I contains annual reports of the School of Medicine from the 1970s and then biennial reports through the 1980s with a planning report that looks forward to 2000. The reports come from the various departments and divisions within the School of Medicine. Series II has only two documents concerning the development of biostatistics and epidemiology as well as a Family Medicine residency in Lynchburg. Series III includes documents on the methods taken to increase the number of minority medical students as well as minority faculty. One document concerns the entire university. Series IV has documents, reports, studies, questionnaire summaries, and data from self-studies. Self-studies were done for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and in some cases those documents relate to the entire University with only sections that concern the School of Medicine. Other self-studies were done for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) which represented the American Medical Association and the Association of American Medical Colleges. Documents in the collection are instructional in terms of how to prepare for the LCME site visits as well as documents submitted prior to the visits. Liaison Committee on Medical Education visits for reaccreditation occurred on October 11-15, 1998, October 8-11, 2006, and October 19-22, 2014.

Arrangement

The records are arranged in four series with the documents within each series arranged chronologically. The series are:

Series I, School of Medicine Annual Reports and Biennial Reports, 1970-1990
Series II, School of Medicine Proposals, 1977-1982
Series III, School of Medicine Reports on Minority Affairs, 1984-1991
Series IV, School of Medicine Self-Study Reports, 1974-2014

Contents List

Series I: School of Medicine Annual Reports and Biennial Reports 1970-1989

The annual reports contain individual reports from departments or divisions. The departmental reports include information about the faculty in terms of research, scholarly recognition of faculty, professional committees or offices held, publications, highlights or summary of the year, general considerations, changes in curriculum, and problem areas.

  • Box-folder 1:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, 1970

    The annual report contains reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Clinical Pathology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Microbiology, Neurological Surgery, Neurology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery, and Urology. Internal Medicine was formally organized during the course of the year with the establishment of 12 divisions: Biometrics, Cardiology, Clinical Pharmacology, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Epidemiology and Virology, Gastroenterology, Hematology, Infectious Diseases, Nephrology, Oncology, Pulmonary-Allergy, and Rheumatology. Ten medical students were dropped for academic deficiencies during 1969-1970.

  • Box-folder 1:2
    School of Medicine Annual Report, 1971

    The annual report contains reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Medical Library, Microbiology, Neurology, Neurological Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery, Urology, and Vivarium. No students were dropped for academic deficiencies. Special recruitment was done by the Admissions Committee and faculty who visited 13 colleges with predominantly black enrollment.

  • Box-folder 2:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, 1971-1972

    The annual report contains reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Medical Library, Microbiology, Neurosurgery, Neurology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Psychiatry, Radiology, Student Health, Surgery, Urology, Vivarium, and Equal Opportunity Program. The report from the Equal Opportunity Program includes selection of new faculty and non-academic personnel of those underrepresented in the school. Specifically mentioned are women, black, Chicanos, Orientals, and Chinese.

  • Box-folder 3:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Section I, Academic Affairs (Part I), 1973-1975

    The annual report contains reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Dentistry, Dermatology, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Health Sciences Library, and Microbiology. At the front of the report is the School of Medicine Annual Report, 1973-74 and 1974-75, Part II Academic Affairs , Section III Dean’s Summary and Recommendations. It states that due to new pressures and the need for better organization in the School of Medicine, and in response to University–wide programs, several tasks were completed by faculty. Some of these are included in the report including the identification and adoption of institutional goals, a report on plans and projections, a financial report to the President, and a preliminary policy report on promotions and tenure. The dean’s summary gives information on a variety of topics, but of note is the formation of the Department of Family Practice on July 1, 1975 and a Division of Dentistry in 1974, the completion of the new Health Sciences Library, an award toward the construction of a Primary Care Building, and an experimental or alternative curriculum for the School of Medicine.

  • Box-folder 4:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Section I, Academic Affairs (Part II), 1973-1975

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Neurosurgery, Neurology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Psychiatry, Radiology, Student Health, Surgery, and Urology.

  • Box-folder 4:2
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Section II, Equal Opportunity Programs, 1974-1975

    The departments filled out reports addressing the selection of new faculty, the selection and promotion of non-academic personnel, and special efforts.

  • Box-folder 5:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Section A, (Part I), 1975-1976

    The annual report contains reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Dentistry, Dermatology, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Health Sciences Library, and Microbiology.

  • Box-folder 5:2
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Department of Medicine, 1975 September 1 – 1976 August 31
  • Box-folder 5:3
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Section A (Part II), 1975-1976

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Neurosurgery, Neurology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Psychiatry, Radiology, Student Health, Surgery, and Urology.

  • Box-folder 6:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Part C: Academic Planning, 1975 September 1 - 1976 September 1

    The annual report includes a letter of request, summary of requests for faculty and space, and a one year extension of academic plan for the Departments of: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Dentistry, Dermatology, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Microbiology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery, Urology, and Western State Hospital.

  • Box-folder 6:2
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Dean’s Summary 1976 August 31 - 1977 August 31

    The Dean’s Summary includes Medical School Administration; Improving the Academic Environment for Students; Summary of Major Accomplishments in Instruction, Research, and Public Service; Summary of Major Modifications in Academic Programs, 1978-79; Major space considerations, 1978-79; Memorandum to Departments regarding Annual Report. Norman J. Knorr is the School of Medicine Dean.

  • Box-folder 6:3
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Part III, (Book 1), 1976 August 31 - 1977 August 31

    The annual report contains reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Dermatology, Dentistry, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Microbiology, Neurology, and Neurosurgery.

  • Box-folder 6:4
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Part III, (Book 2), 1976 August 31 - 1977 August 31

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery, Urology, and Roanoke.

  • Box-folder 7:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, 1977 September 1 - 1978 August 31

    The annual report includes a “Summary of Major Accomplishments in Instruction, Research, and Public Service” which highlights a few of the major accomplishments of the individual departments. Dean Norman Knorr mentions a major revision of the preclinical curriculum by the council on Medical Education and a new Division of Geriatrics under the leadership of Richard Lindsay with the anticipation of a special geriatric unit to be established at the Blue Ridge Sanatorium in the future. Currently there are established programs in epilepsy and outpatient Psychiatry at Blue Ridge. Another new Division is Geographic Medicine under the direction of Richard Guerrant. There is a report from the Office of Student Affairs and a break-down of SOM admissions.

  • Box-folder 7:2
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Anatomy – Dentistry, 1977 September 1 - 1978 August 31

    The annual report contains the reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, and Dentistry.

  • Box-folder 7:3
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Dermatology – Neurology, 1977 September 1 - 1978 August 31

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Dermatology, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Microbiology, and Neurology.

  • Box-folder 7:4
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Neurosurgery – Plastic Surgery, 1977 September 1 - 1978 August 31

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, and Plastic Surgery.

  • Box-folder 8:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Psychiatry – Roanoke Program, 1977 September 1 - 1978 August 31

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery, Urology, Roanoke Program.

  • Box-folder 8:2
    School of Medicine Annual Report, 1978 September 1 - 1979 August 31

    A memo inserted in front of the 1978-1979 Annual Report from Dean Norman Knorr, dated September 14, 1981, indicates that the School of Medicine Biennial Report (formerly Annual Report) is waived this year as the plan is to submit the Self-Study Report in its place. The 1978-1979 annual report includes a “Summary of Major Accomplishments in Teaching Programs, Research Programs, and Public Service Activities” and a report from the Office of Student Affairs.

  • Box-folder 8:3
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Anatomy – Biomedical Engineering, 1978 September 1 - 1979 August 31

    The annual report contains the reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, Biochemistry, and Biomedical Engineering.

  • Box-folder 8:4
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Dermatology – Microbiology, 1978 September 1 - 1979 August 31

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Dermatology, Dentistry, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, and Microbiology.

  • Box-folder 9:1
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Neurology – Roanoke, 1978 September 1 - 1979 August 31

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Neurology, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Radiology, Surgery, Urology, and Roanoke Program.

  • Box-folder 9:2
    School of Medicine Annual Report, Pediatrics, 1978 September 1 - 1979 August 31

    The annual report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Pediatrics.

  • Box-folder 10:1
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Summary, 1981 June 30 – 1983 July 1

    This summary of the biennial report highlights a few of the accomplishments in teaching programs, training programs, clinical service programs, research programs, and public service activities. The School of Medicine did a self-study in preparation for the LCME accreditation site visit held in February 1982. The LCME conferred full accreditation of the program for 10 years. A new graduate program in Cell and Molecular Biology was established in 1982 and a number of new divisions were formed. New units opened at Blue Ridge Hospital and a Travelers Clinic and the Blue Ridge Poison Control Center were established at the University Hospital. UVa Medcial Center was designated a Level I Trauma Center in 1982. James W. Craig submitted a report from the Office of Student Affairs.

  • Box-folder 10:2
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Anatomy – Family Medicine, 1981 June 30 – 1983 July 1

    The report contains the reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Comparative Medicine, Dermatology, and Family Medicine.

  • Box-folder 10:3
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Internal Medicine, 1981 June 30 – 1983 July 1
  • Box-folder 11:1
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Microbiology - Pathology, 1981 June 30 – 1983 July 1

    The report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Microbiology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Otolaryngology, and Pathology.

  • Box-folder 11:2
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Pediatrics - Urology, 1981 June 30 – 1983 July 1

    The report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Behavior Medicine and Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery, and Urology.

  • Box-folder 12:1
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Curriculum Vitae, 1981 June 30 – 1983 July 1

    The CVs are arranged alphabetically, but seem to be missing the beginning as the first name is Dickerson.

  • Box-folder 12:2
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Anatomy – Biomedical Engineering, 1982 July 1 – 1984 June 31

    The report contains the reports from individual departments or divisions: Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Behavior Medicine and Psychiatry, Biochemistry, and Biomedical Engineering

  • Box-folder 13:1
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Comparative Medicine – Internal Medicine, 1982 July 1 – 1984 June 31

    The report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Comparative Medicine, Dentistry, Family Medicine, and Internal Medicine.

  • Box-folder 13:2
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Microbiology - Pathology, 1982 July 1 – 1984 June 31

    The report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Microbiology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Otolaryngology, and Pathology.

  • Box-folder 14:1
    School of Medicine Biennial Report, Pediatrics - Urology, 1982 July 1 – 1984 June 31

    The report continues the reports from individual departments or divisions: Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Radiology, Surgery, and Urology.

  • Box-folder 14:2
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Anesthesiology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from Robert M. Epstein, Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology.

  • Box-folder 14:3
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry, Volume I, (W.W. Spradlin, Chair), 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from W.W. Spradlin, Chair of the Department of Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry.

  • Box-folder 14:4
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry, Volume II, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from W.W. Spradlin, Chair of the Department of Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry which includes second-year course materials.

  • Box-folder 15:1
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology prepared by Charles J. Flickinger.

  • Box-folder 15:2
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Biochemistry, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department Biochemistry.

  • Box-folder 15:3
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Biomedical Engineering, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

  • Box-folder 15:4
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Central Electron Microscope Facility, 1986 October

    The planning report is for 1988-1998 from Charles J. Flickinger regarding the Central Electron Microscope Facility.

  • Box-folder 15:5
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Comparative Medicine, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Comparative Medicine.

  • Box-folder 15:6
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Dentistry, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from Byard S. Deputy, Chair of the Department of Dentistry and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 15:7
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Dermatology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Dermatology and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 15:8
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Fluorescent Activated Cell Sorter (FACS) Laboratory, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The planning report is for the Fluorescent Activated Cell Sorter Laboratory for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 15:9
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Lymphocyte Culture Center, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The planning report is from John C. Herr for the Lymphocyte Culture Center for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 15:10
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Medicine, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from Edward W. Hook, Chair of the Department of Medicine, and includes detailed reports from each of the 16 divisions of the Department with planning reports for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 15:11
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Microbiology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Microbiology and includes short term objectives for 1986-1988.

  • Box-folder 15:12
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Neurological Surgery, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from John A. Jane of the Department of Neurosurgery and includes objectives for 1986-1988 by John A. Persing.

  • Box-folder 16:1
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Neurology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from T. J. Johns, Chair of the Department of Neurology and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:2
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Neuroscience, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report states that the Department of Neuroscience was established in the SOM by the Board of Visitors in 1985. It includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:3
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:4
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Ophthalmology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from Brian P. Conway, Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:5
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report for Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation is dated 1982-1984.

  • Box-folder 16:6
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report for Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:7
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Pathology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from Thomas W. Tillack, Chair of the Department of Pathology, and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:8
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Pediatrics, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from Robert M. Blizzard, Chair of the Department of Pediatrics, and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:9
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Pharmacology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Pharmacology and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:10
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Physiology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Physiology and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:11
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Department of Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from Gaylord S. Williams in Dr. Edgerton’s absence from the Department of Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:12
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Protein and Nucleic Acid Research Facility, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Protein and Nucleic Acid Research Facility and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:13
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Radiology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from T. E. Keats, Chair of the Department of Radiology, and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:14
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Surgery, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Surgery and includes a planning report for 1988-1998.

  • Box-folder 16:15
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation and Planning Report, Urology, 1984 July 1 – 1986 June 30

    The report is from the Department of Urology.

  • Box-folder 16:16
    University of Virginia Medical Center Biennial Evaluation and Long-Range Planning Report, 1984-1990, University of Virginia School of Medicine, 1985 January 18

    The report includes accomplishments and shortfalls for the 1982-1984 bienniem.

  • Box-folder 16:17
    School of Medicine Biennial Evaluation, 1986-1989, and Long-Range Planning Report, 1990-2000, 1990 January 10

    The report includes evaluation for 1986-1989.

Series II: School of Medicine Proposals, 1977-1982

These papers are narrowly focused as opposed to the School of Medicine Annual/Biennial Reports. They are more proposals than reports.

  • Box-folder 17:1
    A Proposal to Establish a Program in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (Pratt Funds), 1977 July 15

    The report was prepared by Jules I. Levine, the director of the division of Health Services Research at the Medical Center. It proposed that a portion of the Pratt funds be used to improve capabilities in the fields of biostatistics and epidemiology.

  • Box-folder 17:2
    Residency Program in Family Practice Lynchburg, Virginia, 1982 January

    The Residency Review Committee for Family Practice approved the program with John H. Danby serving as the Program Director with Virginia Baptist Hospital being the parent hospital.

Series III: School of Medicine Reports on Minority Affairs, 1984-

The documents mainly focus on increasing the number of minorities in medical school. One of the reports is university wide in its coverage.

  • Box-folder 17:3
    School of Medicine Summer Enrichment Program, 1984, Final Report, 1984 August 24

    The report was prepared by Wei Li Fang and Maurice Apprey. The course is a six-week program designed to provide minority students with the opportunity to experience the content, volume, and pace of the medical school curriculum.

  • Box-folder 17:4
    School of Medicine Summer Enrichment Program, 1985, Final Report, 1985 August 22

    The report was prepared by Wei Li Fang. The course is a program designed to provide minority and disadvantaged students with the opportunity to experience the content, volume, and pace of the medical school curriculum.

  • Box-folder 17:5
    An Audacious Faith: Report of the Task Force on Afro-African Affairs, University of Virginia, 1987 June

    Maurey Apprey from the School of Medicine served on the task force which considered black students, faculty and staff at the University. A letter dated September 28, 1987, from President Robert M. O’Neil is included.

  • Box-folder 17:6
    Strategies for Increasing Minority Representation in Medicine by Moses K. Woode and Kathleen Bodisch Lynch, Assisting Students Achieve Medical Degrees (ASAMD) Project, 1988 February 25-27

    This paper was presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Sixteen Institutions Health Sciences Consortium in Norfolk, Virginia, February 25-27, 1988.

  • Box-folder 17:7
    University of Virginia School of Medicine Assisting Minorities Pursue Medical Education (AMPMED) Program, Supplemental Information for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Site Visit, 1988 March 25
  • Box-folder 17:8
    University of Virginia School of Medicine Academic Enrichment Programs for Minority and Disadvantaged Students, 1984-1990, 1984-1990

    Program Director: Moses K. Woode, Program Evaluator: Kathleen B. Lynch, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs: Maurice Apprey.

  • Box-folder 17:9
    University of Virginia School of Medicine Academic Enrichment Programs for Minority and Disadvantaged Students, 1984-1991, 1984-1991

    Assistant Dean for Student Academic Support and Program Director: Moses K. Woode, Program Evaluator: Kathleen B. Lynch, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs: Maurice Apprey.

Series IV: School of Medicine Self-Study Reports, 1974-2014
  • Box-folder 18:1
    University of Virginia Self-Study Summary Report, Edited by Elaine M. Hadden, 1974 August 21

    The report is part of the reaccreditation process that is required every ten years by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. This report covers the entire university with only a part devoted to the School of Medicine.

  • Box-folder 18:2
    University of Virginia School of Medicine Summary of the Findings and Recommendations of the Institutional Self-Study Task Force, 1981-1982

    The Chair of the Steering Committee was Fritz E. Dreifuss. Also included is a Synopsis of Student Opinion.

  • Box-folder 18:3
    Report of the Survey of the University of Virginia School of Medicine By the Liaison Committee on Medical Education Representing the American Medical Association and the Association of American Medical Colleges, 1982 February 14-16

    The Ad Hoc Survey Team recommended that the School of Medicine continue in full accreditation for a period of ten years and that a report be submitted to the Liaison committee on Medical Education (LCME) in five years to address issues of concern noted in the summary of this report.

  • Box-folder 18:4
    Report University Self-Study Committee on Research and Externally-Funded Grants and Contracts for 1974-1984 with Recommendations for 1985-1995, 1985 March

    The Medicine section was headed by Richard L. Guerrant.

  • Box-folder 18:5
    University of Virginia Self-Study Reports 1984-1986, Report of The Subcommittee on Professional Programs, Preliminary Draft, 1985 May

    The Subcommittee member for the Medical School Benjamin C. Sturgill.

  • Box-folder 18:6
    Report Self-Study Subcommittee on Graduate Programs, [1985?]

    The Subcommittee member for Basic Medical Sciences was Thomas W. Sturgill.

  • Box-folder 18:7
    University of Virginia Self-Study Reports, 1984-1986, Report of The Committee on the Faculty, Preliminary Draft, 1985 June, 1986 April

    The Committee member for the School of Medicine was John S. Davis, IV. The report was sent to Dean Norman J. Knorr, School of Medicine.

  • Box-folder 19:1
    Inside UVA: “Self-study moves to review phase,” 1985 August 1
  • Box-folder 19:2
    Report of the University Self-Study Committee on the Faculty, University of Virginia, 1985 October, 1986 April

    The Committee member for the School of Medicine was John S. Davis, IV. The report was sent to Norman Knorr, School of Medicine.

  • Box-folder 19:3
    University of Virginia School of Medicine Draft Section of Self-Study Report on Minority Student Recruitment and Retention Efforts, 1985 December

    Norman J. Knorr from the School of Medicine is sent the report and asked to review the Draft. This report states that UVa as a “predominately white, southern institution has been trying for several years to achieve genuine heterogeneity by encouraging the admission of minority students, and particularly black students to every school of the University. Partly under the pressure of a 1978 court order, substantial steps have been taken towards meeting this goal and it is the purpose of this section of our report to evaluate our achievements to date.” There are two copies of the draft, one with changes written in.

  • Box-folder 19:4
    University of Virginia Self-Study Report, 1984-1986, the executive summary of Continuing Education, Institutes, and Other Outreach Activities, 1986 March

    A letter from Oscar A. Thorup to William H. Muller discusses the summary that is included.

  • Box-folder 19:5
    Report of the Reaffirmation Committee Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, University of Virginia, 20-23 April 1986, 1986 April-May

    The report is the draft report of the visit of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to the University. Also included in the folder is a memo from W. H. Muller, Vice-President for Health Affairs at the time, commenting on the draft primarily with the Medical Center in mind.

  • Box-folder 19:6
    University of Virginia School of Medicine, Summary of the Findings and Recommendations of the Institutional Self-Study Task Force, 1991 July 2
  • Box-folder 19:7
    Report of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia, Prepared by an Ad Hoc Survey Team for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) representing the Association of American Medical Colleges and the American Medical Association, 1998 October 11-15

    The report is the final report for 1998, and includes a prior accreditation survey and progress reports.

  • Box-folder 19:8
    LCME guide to the Institutional Self-study, Liaison Committee on Medical Education, 2004 July

    For full accreditation surveys scheduled in 2005-2006. University of Virginia School of Medicine Institutional Self Study Re-accreditation 2006.

  • Box-folder 19:9
    LCME Functions and Structure of a Medical School, Standards for Accreditation of Medical Education Programs, 2004 October 11-15
  • Box-folder 19:10
    Survey Report Guide for 2005-2006 LCME Site Visits, 2005 June

    University of Virginia School of Medicine Institutional Re-accreditation Project 2005-2006. This document was reprinted with permission of the AAMC Secretariat of the LCME, 2005.

  • Box-folder 19:11
    Guidelines for the Conduct of Accreditation Survey Visits, Liaison Committee on Medical Education 2005-2006,2005 July

    University of Virginia School of Medicine Re-accreditation Project 2005-2006. This document was reprinted with permission of the AAMC Secretariat of the LCME, 2005.

  • Box-folder 19:12
    Rules of Procedure August 2005 edition (Revised February and June 2006), 2006 June

    University of Virginia School of Medicine Re-accreditation Project 2005-2006. This document was reprinted with permission of the AAMC Secretariat of the LCME, 2005.

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    Background and Instructions for completing the LCME Medical Edcuation Database and Institutional Self-study Summary, [2006]

    For LCME full accreditation surveys scheduled in the 2006-2007 academic year.

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    University of Virginia School of Medicine LCME Institutional Self Study Summary Report, 2006 October 8-11
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    Medical Education Database Sections I-V, University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2006 October 8-11

    The sections are: I. Institutional Setting, II. Educational Program for the M.D. Degree, III. Medical Students, IV. Faculty, V. Educational Resources.

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    Appendix of Supporting Documents, University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2006 October 8-11

    The sections are: I. Institutional Setting (Appendix), II. Educational Program for the M.D. Degree, (Appendix), III. Medical Students, (Appendix), IV. Faculty, (Appendix), V. Educational Resources, (Appendix).

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    Required Course and Clerkship Forms (Years One through Four), University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2006 October 8-11
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    Medical Student Analysis and Graduation Questionnaire Results University of Virginia School of Medicine for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, 2006 October 8-11
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    The Role of Students in the Accreditation of Medical Education Programs in the U.S. and Canada, Liaison Committee on Medical Education Committee on the Accreditation of Canadian Medical Schools, 2011 July

    Downloaded from LCME website and reprinted, with permission, for use by the University of Virginia School of Medicine, November 2001.

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    University of Virginia School of Medicine LCME Self-Study Summary Report, 2014 October 19-22
  • Box-folder 20:6
    Required Course and Clerkship forms (Years One through Four) University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2014 October 19-22
  • Box-folder 21:1
    Medical Student Analysis and Graduation Questionnaire Results for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, 2014 October 19-22
  • Box-folder 21:2
    Medical Education Database Sections I-V University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2014 October 19-22

    LCME Data Collection Instrument for Full Accreditation Academic Year 2014-2015; Section I. Institutional Setting, II. Educational Program for the M.D. Degree, III. Medical Students, IV. Faculty, V. Educational Resources.