An 33 1/3 R.P.M. (LP) vinyl record without paper sleeve; cream and white square cardstock cover, (a); series name, description and names of those involved in the creation of the vinyl are printed in red and white ink on cover; the title is in red ink; the manufacturer symbol and name is in black i…
An 33 1/3 R.P.M. (LP) vinyl record without paper sleeve; cream and white square cardstock cover, (a); series name, description and names of those involved in the creation of the vinyl are printed in red and white ink on cover; the title is in red ink; the manufacturer symbol and name is in black ink at the bottom-right corner on the front cover; back cover contains the title in black ink in the upper left corner and a short description of the contents of the record, as well as four monochrome black and white photographs of the doctors involved on the right side and their names and credentials below them. There is also a blue stamp on the left for the Nova Scotia Hospital. Inside the covers is a black vinyl disc (b) with a gold label in the middle on both sides, which includes the series, title, and manufacturing information in black ink; tucked into the cardstock cover are two sheets of paper, a business reply card printed in red ink (c) and a description of the record and series in black ink.
Number Of Parts
a) sleeve: Length 31.5 cm X Width 30.5 cm
b) record: Diameter 30.0 cm
c) card: Length 14.6 cm X Width 9.5 cm
d) paper: Length 18.1 cm X Width 16.4 cm
From the Library at Capital District Health Authority, Nova Scotia. Source for Dalhousie University students, staff and medical personnel where donor was the head of the Department of Psychiatry at the University and at the Nova Scotia Psychiatric Hospital.
Date based on other records from the same collection of Psychiatric Consultations Recordings, which had the date printed on them.
paper: cream, gold
ink: black, red, white
Printed on front cover (a): "Psychiatric // Consultations: no. 6 // A series of informal and // informative taped sessions in // which the General Practitioner // discusses with leading // psychiatrists the problems // he encounters with patients // in routine office practice. // Psychiatric // Emergencies in // General // Practice // The General Practitioner: // Dr. Kenneth D. McKenzie // Past President, General Practitioner's // Association of Manitoba, Honorary // Secretary, Manitoba Medical Association // 1965-1967, Member, General Coucil, // Canadian Medical Association 1964-1966. // The Psychiatrists: // Dr. James H. Brown // Associate Professor of Psychiatry, University // of Manitoba, Consultant Psychiatrist, // Dept. of Veteran's Affairs, Assistant Psychiatrist, // Winnipeg General Hospital, in charge of // Psychiatric Emergency Services. // Dr. Philip Katz // Assistant Professor, Child and // Adolescent Psychiatry, Universoty of Manitoba. // Dr. Harry Prosen // Associate Professor of Psychiatry and // Co-Director, Graduate Training // Program in Psychiatry, University of // Manitoba, Director of Psychiatric Education, // Winnipeg General Hospital, Member, Board of // Directors and Chairman of Psychotherapy // Section, Canadian Psychiatric Association.// ROCHE // A Roche Record Report"; printed on back cover (a): "Psychiatric // Consultations // no. 6 // Psychiatric Emergencies // in General Practice // How can the general practitioner // cope with the patient who comes to // him with acute anxiety and agitation? // How can he deal with patients with // suicidal tendencies, or with violent, // threatening patients? // These, as well as other psychiatric // emergencies are discussed by three // psychiatrists and a general practi- // tioner in this Roche Record Report. // NOVA SCOTIA HOSPITAL // Hoffmann-La Roche Limited // Montreal 9, Canada"; printed on Side A label on vinyl record (b): "Side A // Psychiatric // Emergencies // in General // Practice // Psychiatric // Consultations // no. 6 // A General Practitioner // discusses with psychiatrists // how best to deal with // psychiatric emergencies in // general practice. // The General Practitioner: Kenneth D. McKenzie, M.D. // The Psychiatrists: Harry Prosen, M.D. // James H. Brown, M.D. // Philip Katz, M.D.// 33 1/3 RPM // (MG-6368)"; printed on label of record on Side B (b): "Side B // Recorded and presented // as a service to the // medical profession by // Hoffmann-La Roche Limited // Can. 3776 // 33 1/3 RPM // (MG-6369)"; printed on front of reply card, (c): "BUSINESS REPLY CARD // No postage stamp necessary if mailed in Canada // 5 cts. postage will be paid by // To: Professional Services Department // Hoffmann-La Roche Limited // 1956 Bourdon Street, // Montreal 9, P.Q. // CANADA // POSTES // POSTAGE // 5 // CENTS // 6818"; printed on the back of (c): "Dear Doctor: // How do you like "Psychiatric Consultations"? We would be interested to // know if you find this series useful. Your comments, either on this card or by // letter, would be welcome as well as helpful in determining future topics // of discussion. // Name // Address // City // Province"; printed on description paper (d): "ROCHE // ROCHE SCIENTIFIC SERVICE // The voices you will hear on the enclosed record are those of three // prominent Canadian psychiatrists and a leading general practitioner. // This distinguished panel of experts discusses, in refreshingly candid // terms, a topic of special interest to all practising physicians - the // treatment of psychiatric emergencies in general practice. // Roche is privileged to transmit to you the thoughts and opinions of // this group of physicians. Based on their wealth of clinical experience // they discuss such questions as: // How can the general practitioner cope with the acutely // agitated patient? // How can he deal with patients with suicidal tendencies, // or with violent threatening patients? // What is the physician's role in settling family conflicts, // or in treating the grieving patient? // How should an acute alcoholic episode be handled? // This is the sixth record in the series "Psychiatric Consultations". // During the next few months Roche will bring you additional panel // sessions in which other Canadian psychiatrists will discuss topics // of genuine interest to the medical profession at large. Later records // will deal with the emotional problems of adolescents and of women. // We hope you will enjoy this present recording and that it will prove // helpful in the management of patients in your care. Your comments are // welcomed. // HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE LIMITED, 1956 Bourdon Street, Montreal 9, Canada."
Storage Room 2005
Unit Of Measure
Some minor discolouration and fraying of cardboard sleeve