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ERIC Number: ED030310
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Apr
Pages: 34
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Educational Television.
Educational Television, v1 n6 April 1969
Television in medical education is featured in this supplement to "Educational Television." James Lieberman offers an overview of the present state of medical instructional television. He concludes his article by suggesting that the primary requisite for making optimum use of television in biomedical education is the preparation of a cadre of communications specialists who will know how to program the technology effectively. Joseph P. Mingioli describes the efforts of the U.S. Public Health Service television program detailing the audience, programing, equipment, facilities, and distribution. The entire process of developing a single television series on clinical pathology is described by Norma Ende. Henry D. Abrahma of the National Medical Audiovisual Center delineates the series "Concepts and Controversies in Modern Medicine." Joseph Staton in a fifth article explains the medical uses to which a community television network can be put. Clement Benjamin describes eight problems that generally face any educational TV planner and suggests possible solutions. (RP)
C. S. Tepfer Publishing Co., Inc., 140 Main Street, Ridgefield, Conn. 06877
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Identifiers: Community Medical Television System; Electronic Video Recording; National Medical Audiovisual Center