OHSU

Oral History Index for:
Bloom, Joseph

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MAIN TOPICS

A

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1
Arthur, Ransom, 10

B

Benson, John A., 10, 18
Brooks, Dean, 5

C

Columbia College, 1
convulsive therapy, 27
CORD Program (U.S. Public Health Service), 2

D

Davis, Lois, 13
Dept. of Medical Psychology, 21-22
Dept. of Psychiatry, 3, 21-22

F

family practice, 6

G

Girard, Donald E., 19
Grover, M. Roberts, 11

J

Jones, Maxwell, 5
Jones, Richard T., 9

K

Kaiser Permanente, 23-24
Keenan, Edward J., 18
Kendall, John W., 10, 18
Kohler, Peter O., 6, 9-10, 11, 12, 25

L

Laboratory of Community Psychiatry (Harvard Medical School), 2
Laster, Leonard, 9-10
leadership, 7
Legacy Health System (Portland, Or.), 22-23

M

managed care programs, 14, 15, 23, 24
Massachusetts Mental Health Center, 1
Matarazzo, Joseph D., 21-22
McDonald, Walter, 18
McHugh, Paul R. (Paul Rodney), 3
Measure 5 (Oregon), 16
Mitchell, David, 17

O

OHSU Foundation, 17
OHSU Oral History Project, 29
Oregon Health Sciences University, 3
Oregon Medical Association, 23
Oregon State Hospital, 5

P

Petty, Randy, 17
Portland VA Medical Center, 14
prejudice, 28
Providence Health System, 22-23
psychiatry, academic, 1-2
psychiatry, community, 2

R

Reinschmidt, J. S. (Julian S.), 6, 19

S

Saslow, George, 3, 4-5, 21-22
School of Medicine, 18
Shore, James H., 2-3, 5
suicide, assisted, 28

U

United States Indian Health Service, 2
university consolidation, 3
University Hospital, 19-21

SUB-TOPICS

Bloom, Joseph D.
biographical information, 27, 29
career, 4, 6-8, 13, 20, 24-25
education, 1, 27-28
private practice, 1-2

Dept. of Psychiatry
Community Psychiatry Training Program, 3

Oregon Health Sciences University
accreditation, 26
administration, 6-8, 11, 12, 19-21, 25
alumni relations, 17
budget, 16-17
corporate culture, 8-9
curriculum reform, 18
funding, 17
graduate medical education, 19
image, 13
legal affairs, 25-26
practice plan, 24-25
Public Corporation, 9
recruitment, faculty, 12
residents, 23
search committees, 11-12
town-gown relationships, 22-24
tuition, 7-8

psychiatry
education, 13-15
in Oregon, 4-5

School of Medicine
curriculum, 18
Student Progress Board, 18-19