An 33 1/3 R.P.M. (LP) vinyl record with plastic sleeve (c); purple and white square cardstock cover, (a); series name, description, and title are printed in lilac ink on purple front cover on a diagonal; the manufacturer symbol and name is in lilac ink at the bottom-left corner on the front cover,…
An 33 1/3 R.P.M. (LP) vinyl record with plastic sleeve (c); purple and white square cardstock cover, (a); series name, description, and title are printed in lilac ink on purple front cover on a diagonal; the manufacturer symbol and name is in lilac ink at the bottom-left corner on the front cover, the front cover contains a simple illustration of two hearts opposite one another, touching along one side. The hearts are striped, coloured rainbow from red through orange, light orange, yellow, blue dark green, green, and light green. The back cover contains the title in black ink in the upper left corner and the middle third of the back cover contains a description and some examples of the content of the record, as well as four monochrome black and white photographs of the doctors involved near the bottom of the back cover and their names and credentials at the middle right side.. Inside the covers is a black vinyl disc (b) with a purple label in the middle on both sides, which includes the series, title, and manufacturing information in silver ink.
Number Of Parts
a) sleeve: Length 31.0 cm X Width 31.1 cm
b) record: Diameter 30.3 cm
c) plastic sleeve: Length 30.8 cm X Width 30.5 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.
Printed on front cover (a): "No. 12 // Psychiatric // consultations // Sex // couselling // in family // practice // ROCHE // Roche Scientific Service // An informative colloquium // in which the family physician // discusses sexual counselling // in family practice // with a panel of specialists"
Printed on back cover (a): "Sex // counseling // in family // practice // ROCHE ® // Sex counseling in family practice should // be a free exchange of ideas between // doctor and patient. How successfully this // can be accomplished depends primarily // on the physician's knowledge and patient // rapport. The following dialogue extracted // from this recording illustrates a not un- // common situation in the medical practice // of today. // As a doctor, I have several problems where // sex is concerned, first of all, I am a man // and people expect me to know about sex. // Well don't men know all about sex? // Well, you see that's just the thing, men // talk about sex, and they tell dirty jokes and // they brag, but when it comes to really // knowing about sex and knowing about // sexual feelings and sex reactions, they are // at a distinct disadvantage because they // don't know about this. // Well if you don't know, why can't you ask? // Well I can't ask, because if I ask it means // I don't know, and if I don't know, it means // I am not a man. // That's an awful bind to be in, and our so- // ciety says to be a man you have to know all // about sex, so you couldn't admit it by // asking a question. // And well I've got another problem, I'm a // doctor. // That's a problem? // Sure that's a problem. You see everybody // expects me to be the world's greatest // expert, and really where do you think I // picked it up. When the other guys were at // college, they were at least getting sexual // experience when I had my head in my // books and my face in Gray's anatomy, and // you don't get much sex that way. // Well didn't they teach you about it at medi- // cal school? // I guess the urologist did, every time we // came to a genital area there was always // the urologist around with a dirty joke, // so I got the impression that sex was dirty. // That's all I heard at medical school. // So that didn't make you any more comfort- // able when talking about sex with patients. // No, now you see the problem I've got right // now. // Well, I can see where it would make you un- // comfortable. What could we do to im- // prove the comfort level of the physician so // he could then talk to the patients about // their problem? // Published as a service // to the medical profession by // Hoffmann-La Roche Limited // Vaudreuilm, Quebec // ® Reg. Trade Mark // Can. 4337 // Design: Rolf Harder, Design Collaborative // 1 W. E. Keil, M.D., C.R.C.P. (C) // Chief of the Department of Psychiatry, // Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario. // Associate Professor, // University of Western Ontario. // 2 A. B. Chernick, M.D., F.R.C.S. (C) // Obstetrician, // London, Ontario. // 3 B. A. Chernick, M.D., Ph.D. // Marital Sexual Counsellor, // London, Ontario. // 4 K. A. Johnston, B.A., M.D., M.C.F.P. // Department of Family Practice, // Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario. // 1 // 2 // 3 // 4"
Printed on vinyl label Side 1 (b): "Side 1 // 33 1/3 R.P.M. // Sex // counselling // in family // practice // An informal colloquium in which the // family physician discusses sexual // conselling in family practice with a // panel of specialists. // The Psychiatrist: // W. E. Keil, M. D. // The Obstetrician: // A. B. Chernick, M.D. // The Marital Sexual Counsellor: // B. A. Chernick, M.D. // The Family Physician: // K. A. Johnston, M.D. // Roche Scientific Service"
Storage Room 2005
Unit Of Measure
Some slight fraying at corners and edges of cardboard sleeve, Plastic interior sleeve wrinkled and bent in places.