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Subseries 2.2
Articles and Speeches, 1994-2007
Boxes 11-12

Scope and Content Note

Articles and speeches files (Subseries 2.2) contain the texts of numerous articles written for both professional and lay publications, forewords written for books authored by Dr. Hurst and others, and speeches delivered to groups as diverse as high school graduates and professional conferences. The subject matter ranges from purely scientific/medical in nature to autobiographical, historical, and opinion pieces expressing Dr. Hurst’s concerns on the subjects of trends in medical practice and access to medical care.

Arrangement Note

Arranged alphabetically by title.

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11 1 “Abnormalities of the S-T segment, part II,” 1997
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11 2 “Abstractness of the word ‘abstract’,” 1995
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11 3 “Anne Webb: the lady with the helping hands,” 1988
11 4 “Are medical lectures harmful to the process of learning?” 2001
11 5 “Cardiology,” 2000
11 6 “Changing attitudes about pills and procedures,” 2001
11 7 “Coincidence?” 1991
11 8 “Coincidence?” 1995
11 9 “Computers in clinical cardiology,” 1996
11 10 “Coronary events in world leaders,” 2001
11 11 Dear President Roosevelt (speech), 1974
11 12 “Definitions of: Information, memory, thinking, learning, and wisdom,” 1997
11 13 “Doctoring,” 2000
11 14 “Dr. Skan [Skandalakis] as viewed by a clinician-teacher of medicine”, undated
11 15 “Early influences,” 1982
11 16 “Early influences,” 1999
11 17 “Electrocardiographic interpretation (1995): can we do better?” 1995
11 18 “Electrocardiography,” 1999
11 19 “Farewell to the chairmanship,” undated
11 20 Foreword to Clinical Cardiovascular Imaging, 1987
11 21 Foreword to Physician as Teacher, 1987
11 22 Foreword to Strategies in primary and secondary prevention of coronary artery disease, 1992
11 23 Future crotchets, 1999-2000
11 24 “Goals, training, and function of three types of practicing physicians,” undated
11 25 “Grady stories,” 1998
11 26 “I view with alarm,” 1995, 1997
11 27 “Ill winds,” undated
11 28 “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” undated
11 29 “Itch to write (A personal account),” 2000
11 30 “James Edgar Paullin, internist to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Osterian, and forgotten leader of American Medicine,” 2000 – with Mark E. Silverman
12 1 “Leaves from Cos,” 1990 – Graduation address
12 2 “Lessons learned from error and omissions in a fictitious medical record,” 1995
12 3 Letters to the editor, 1994-2001
12 4 “Long-range influence of Paul Dudley White,” 1997
12 5 “Making the most of experience,” 1983
12 6 “Medical education and common sense,” 1996
12 7 “Memories of a patient with a giant left atrium,” 2001
12 8 “Memorizing the abnormal waves in an electrocardiogram...” 2004
12 9 “New terminology for describing left and right ventricular conduction abnormalities,” undated
12 10 “Note to former house officers,” 1988
12 11 “On the origin of the Grady spirit,” 1985
12 12 “On the unveiling of the sculpture of Bruce [Logue],” undated
12 13 “Profession at risk,” [2000]
12 14 “Reflections on the lives of Paul Dudley White and Andreas Gruentzig,” 1987
12 15 Review of Master of the Senate, undated
12 16 “Rise, fall, and rise again of the ECG as a diagnostic tool,” 1997
12 17 “'Switched' precordial leads,” 2000
12 18 “Teaching as a method of learning,” 1983
12 19 “Thoughts about medical guidelines,” 1999
12 20 “Tribute: Andreas Roland Gruentzig (1939-1985): a private perspective,” 1986
12 21 “Tribute to a heroine,” 1996
12 22 “Use of the New York Heart Association’s classification …” 1999
12 23 “What I tell medical house staff about old hearts,” 2000
12 24 “What is a profession?” [2007]
12 25 “Why I attend medical grand rounds” 1995
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