Dr. Charles Mayo : the role of the doctor in his community
Dr. Mayo discusses the role and purpose of the World Health Organization, the World Medical Association, and the American Medical Association. Explains his role as delegate to the United Nations in 1953. Presents his viewpoint on foreign education and medical students from other countries. Outlines the importance of medical administration as a corner stone of the medical profession. Concludes by answering questions on doctor-patient relationships. Dr. Charles W. Mayo is interviewed by Victor Cohn, Minneapolis Tribune Science Reporter, and Dr. John C. Schwartzwalder, General Manager KTCA TV.
KTCA; Dr. Charles W. Mayo; Victor Cohn; Dr. John C. Schwartzwalder
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Educational; Talk; Biographical (Nonfiction); Medical (Nonfiction)
Mayo, Charles W. (Charles William), 1898-1968 ; Medical education.
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Catalog Key: 40000003111319; Other: GR00465097
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