A crisis in medicine / NET.
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Explains that most black people are being provided with inadequate medical and dental care and that today there are fewer black doctors graduating from medical schools than there were in 1955. Points out that in black communities there is one black doctor for every 5,000 people compared to a ratio of one doctor to 670 people in white communities. Describes efforts to alleviate this situation.
House, Lou; Garland, Phyl.; National Educational Television and Radio Center.; Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center
Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Public affairs television programs.; Magazine format television programs.; Nonfiction television programs.
African Americans in medicine; African Americans; Medical care
National Educational Television
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1 film reel (approximately 15 min.) : sound, black and white ; 16 mm
Originally produced by WNET/13 as a segment of the television program, Black journal in 1969.
Producer, Lou House with Robert Wagoner; consultant, Phyl Garland.
Gift to the IUB Libraries from Instructional Support Services.
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Catalog Key: 7812980; OCLC: ocm03935403; OCLC: 3935403
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