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Finding Aid to the Edward Brandt Assistant Secretary for Health Speech Collection, 1981-1984

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by John P. Rees
Processing Completed May 2008
Encoded by John P. Rees


Summary Information
Title: Edward Brandt Assistant Secretary for Health Speech Collection
Creator: Brandt, Edward N., Jr. (Edward Newman), 1933-2007
Dates: 1981-1984
Extent: 1 linear feet (3 boxes)
Abstract:
Collection of 122 speeches and/or talking points delivered between 1981-1984 by Brandt while Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services during the Ronald Reagan Presidency. These speeches reflect Brandt's communication of official Reagan Administration policy and do not reflect much of the anti-administration work Brandt also conducted behind the scenes.

Call number: MS C 573
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access.

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Preferred Citation:

Brandt, Edward N. Edward Brandt Assistant Secretary for Health Speech Collection. 1981-1984. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 573.

Provenance:

Gift, DHHS, Accession #2002-057.


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Finding Aid to the Edward Brandt Assistant Secretary for Health Speech Collection, 1981-1984

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by John P. Rees
Processing Completed May 2008
Encoded by John P. Rees

Descriptive Summary

Brandt, Edward N., Jr. (Edward Newman), 1933-2007Edward Brandt Assistant Secretary for Health Speech Collection Dates: 1981-19841 linear feet (3 boxes)MS C 573 Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Collection materials primarily in EnglishAbstract:Collection of 122 speeches and/or talking points delivered between 1981-1984 by Brandt while Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services during the Ronald Reagan Presidency. These speeches reflect Brandt's communication of official Reagan Administration policy and do not reflect much of the anti-administration work Brandt also conducted behind the scenes.Provenance:

Gift, DHHS, Accession #2002-057.

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

Brandt, Edward N. Edward Brandt Assistant Secretary for Health Speech Collection. 1981-1984. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 573.

Biographical Note

Dr. Edward N. Brandt Jr., was born in Oklahoma City on July 3, 1933. He earned his undergraduate, medical and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Oklahoma and a master's from Oklahoma State University.

After training in internal medicine at the University of Oklahoma, he joined its medical faculty in 1961, teaching preventive medicine and eventually becoming associate dean and associate director of the medical center. In 1970, he moved to the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, where he eventually became executive dean.

From 1977 to 1981, Dr. Brandt was in Austin as vice chancellor of health affairs for the University of Texas System.

He was assistant secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services and acting surgeon general of the Public Health Service from 1981-1984. He oversaw the nation's initial response to AIDS and, in contrast to President Reagan's policies, worked diligently behind the scenes to ensure AIDS research maintained a top research priority for the Public Health Service.

(NY Times obituary http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/01/us/01brandt.html)


Collection of 122 speeches and/or talking points delivered between 1981-1984 by Brandt while Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services during the Ronald Reagan presidency. These speeches reflect Brandt's communication of official Reagan Administration policy and do not reflect much of the anti-administration work Brandt also conducted behind the scenes.

While much of the content of the speeches is directed specifically to each audience, there are some common themes present that communicate the strategic direction DHHS was taking during this time period: fiscal responsibility and proper prioritization during a time of recession and the economic hard times of the 1980s; philiosophical change from the federal government being a direct agent of health policy and research to a supporter of state government-centric activities; development of block grants for basic services to states; need to deliver results of research directly to consumers; developing local health promotion and disease prevention programs, especially anti-smoking and infant care programs; shift from the federal government carrying out basic research centered on its perceptions of national needs to supporting local research programs developed around local needs; the need for increased personal and social responsibilities for good health.

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Delivery of Health Care--economics
    • Financing, Organized
    • Health Care Economics and Organizations
    • Health Promotion
    • Research Support, U.S. Government
    Corporate Names

    • United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Assistant Secretary for Health

    Series Descriptions

    Speeches, 1981-198411 "Public health in the 80's: the state and federal roles", Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, 3/16/198112 Luncheon address, National Health Forum, 3/18/198113 "A Washington Perspective", 1981 Spring Meeting of the Council of Deans, 3/31/198114 Talking points for meeting with Association of Academic Health Centers, 4/5/198115 Opening remarks, Technology Assessment Forum, 4/21/198116 Welcome, Access Forum, 4/23/198117 "Where do we go from here?", National Student Research Forum, 4/25/198118 Banquet address, Association for Surgical Education, 4/30/198119 Remarks to the delegates, World Health Assembly, 5/5/1981110 Remarks to attendees, Annual DHHS Dental Conference, 5/12/1981111 Dedication address, College of Medicine University of South Alabama, 5/15/1981112 Remarks to conferees, Immunization Conference, C.D.C, 5/19/1981113 Talking points for luncheon meeting with Health on Wednesday, 5/20/1981114 "The 'New Federalism' in health", Alumni Meeting Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, 5/22/1981115 Opening remarks, Annual Meeting USPHS Professional Association, 5/26/1981116 Awards ceremony, PHS Service \Awards Ceremony, 5/29/1981117 Keynote address, National Public Health Leadership Conference of the American Public Health Association, 5/31/1981118 Remarks to attendees, Annual Meeting of the US-Mexico Border Health Association, 6/1/1981119 Remarks to delegates, American Medical Association Section on Medical Schools, 6/6/1981120 Opening address, American Medical Association Annual Meeting, House of Delegates, 6/7/1981121 Opening remarks, NCHCT Technology Assessment Forum on Dental Radiology, 6/29/1981122 "Partners for health in the 80s", commencement address University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, 8/21/1981123 Keynote address, Annual Health Planning Forum American Association for Hospital Planning, 8/29/1981124 Opening HHS remarks, Block Grant Regional Conference, 9/9/1981125 Opening remarks, PHS National Hispanic Heritage Week, 9/17/1981126 Address, Fall Conference of the Texas Medical Association, 9/19/1981127 Opening address, Scientific Assembly of the American Academy of Family Physicians, 9/21/1981128 "Policy issues in health promotion", National Health Symposium, 9/28/1981129 "The shape of things to come in government health programs", American Society for Internal Medicine, 10/2/1981130 Welcome, Prevention and Medical Practice: The role of undergraduate medical education, NLM/NIH, 10/5/1981131 "Reconsideration of the Federal role", Health services: a shared responsibility, Institute of Medicine Annual Meeting, 10/28/1981132 "Choices for a national health policy", Health Sciences Center, University of Oklahoma at Oklahoma City, 10/29/1981133 "Health--a common effort", keynote address Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting Group on Public Affairs, 11/2/1981134 "Priorities and health policies", American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting Group on Public Affairs, 11/4/1981135 "Federal health policy tomorrow", Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar Program Annual Meeting, 11/14/1981136 Dinner address, Regional Primate Research Centers Program, 11/19/1981137 Keynote address, National Center for Clinical Infant Programs Training Institute, 12/4/1981138 Luncheon address, Lita Annenberg Hazen Awards, 12/8/1981139 Talking points for an informal meeting with the Medical Specialties Issues Forum, 12/17/1981140 Talking points, dedication of new museum at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, D.C., 12/18/1981141 Commencement address, College of Medicine University of Alabama Birmingham, 5/24/1981142 "The 'New Federalism' and public health", Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, 6/3/1982143 "The Federal-State partnership in health policy", Organization of State Medical Association Presidents Annual Meeting, 6/11/1982144 Remarks, OASH Awards Ceremony, 6/11/1982145 "The health care partnership", Pharmaceutical Advertising Council Annual Meeting, 6/18/1982146 Remarks at swearing-in of James Wyngaarden as Director of NIH, 6/21/1982147 "New data and new opportunities in public health", Chicago Hispanic Health Conference, 6/24/1982148 "Health challenges of the 1980s", Washington Business Group on Health Annual Conference, 6/25/198221 "A 'Spirit of '76' for medicine", American College of International Physicians Annual Meeting, 7/3/198222 "You and the communities you serve", NHSC Orientation for Regions I, II, III, IV, 8/12/198223 "Prospects and opportunities in the 1980s", keynote address West Virginia State Medical Association Annual Meeting, 8/27/198224 "Health care n the 1980s", National Association of Rehabilitation Agencies Annual Meeting, 9/12/198225 "The challenge of implementation", Seminar on the 1990 Prevention Objectives, C.D.C., 9/24/198226 "Washington update", Association of American Medical Colleges Southern Dean Section, 9/25/198227 "Who should do what?", Orphan Drug/Orphan Disease Conference, 9/28/198228 "Fostering integrity in research: a collective responsibility", [protection of human subjects, Atlanta, Ga.], 9/30/198229 "Government's role in shaping health policy", Anglo-American Symposium on Health, 10/4/1982210 "Promoting health in your community", National Association of Community Health Centers Annual Meeting, 10/5/1982211 "Health promotion for America's senior citizens", National Advisory Council on Aging, 10/15/1982212 "Violence and public health", American Academy of Pediatrics, 10/26/1982213 "Priority issues for the 1980s", Association of Professors of Dermatology Annual Meeting, 11/6/1982214 Luncheon address, Association of Professors of Medicine Annual Meeting, 11/6/1982215 "A view of family practice in the 80s", Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, 11/7/12982216 "Prospects and opportunities for 1980s", Dallas County Medical Society, 11/11/1982217 "Leadership in research", National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Facility Dedication, 11/15/1982218 "The horizons of research", P.M.A. Medical Section Fall Meeting, 11/16/1982219 "A PHS agenda for the 1980s", Commissioned Officers Association of the PHS, 11/19/1982220 "Medical research policy, an agenda for the eighties", David W. Landell Lectureship, University of Louisville School of Medicine, 11/29/1982221 "A bend in the road", Southern Surgical Association, 12/7/1982222 "Research policies for the future", University of Colorado School of Medicine Centennial Lecture, 5/10/1983223 "Three issues, three questions", Maryland Public Health Association Annual Meeting, 6/7/1983224 "The new 'balance of interests'", American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 6/13/1983225 Remarks, American Medical Association Annual Meeting, 6/18/1983226 Remarks, Secretary's Award for Innovations in Health, 6/21/1983227 Welcome to delegates, Biennial World Congress for Mental Health, 6/23/1983228 "Perspectives on Indian health", Association of American Indian Physicians Annual Meeting, 7/28/1983229 Keynote remarks, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics World Conference, 7/31/1983230 Remarks, NIAAA WHO Collaboration ceremony, 11/2/1983231 Address, National Committee for Research in Neurological and Communicative Disorders, 11/4/1983232 "In the looking glass of medicine", American Association of Chairmen of Departments of Psychiatry, 11/6/1983233 Keynote address, American Pain Society Annual Meeting, 11/11/1983234 Address, National Council on Patient Information and Education, 11/14/1983235 "What kind of achievement was it?", 20th Anniversary of the LINC computer, 11/20/1983236 "The elements of a national nutrition policy", Technical Committee of the Grocery Manufacturers of America, 11/20/1983237 "Facing up to the new technology", New Jersey Conference on DRGs, 12/1/1983238 Address, Council on Governmental Relations, 2/2/1984239 Welcome, Health Objectives for the Nation, 2/6/1984240 Address, AMA National Leadership Conference, 2/24/1984241 Remarks, Workshop on the Roles of Institutions of Higher Education in Community Health Care, 3/4/1984242 Remarks, International Symposium on Prevention of Congenital Rubella Infection, 3/13/1984243 Welcome, Annual DHHS Nutrition Summit, 3/28/1984244 Remarks, Pan American Health Organization World Health Day Commemoration, 4/6/1984245 Welcome, PHS Invitational Colloquium for Book Publishers, 4/10/1984246 Welcome, National Symposium on Scientific Needs and Animal Welfare, 4/11/1984247 "The evolving concept of 'Health'", New York Medical College Convocation, 4/16/1984248 Address, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, 4/26/1984249 Address, National Student Research Forum Annual Awards, 4/27/198431 Address, Federation of State Medical Boards Annual Meeting, 4/28/198432 Address, Florida Medical Association, 5/4/198433 Address, Baylor College of Medicine Chapter Alpha Omega Alpha Annual Awards, 5/10/198434 Address, Society for Clinical Trials Annual Meeting, 5/15/198435 "Issues for the new health professional", Medical University of South Carolina Commencement, 5/18/198436 Remarks, University of Texas Health Sciences Center Ambulatory Care Center Dedication Ceremony, 6/1/198437 Keynote address, Project LIFE Conference, 6/5/198438 "Issues for the new physician", New York Osteopathic College Commencement, 6/6/198439 Keynote address, Howard University College of Medicine Patient Education Conference, 6/9/1984310 "Information imperatives in health policy development", DHHS/PHS Dental Conference, 6/13/1984311 Address, Chairman, Principal Working Group on Health of the Emergency Mobilization Preparedness Board, 6/14/1984312 Address, American Red Cross Eastern Operations Leadership Conference, 7/20/1984313 Address, Arizona Rural Health Conference, 8/3/1984314 Address, First International Symposium on Perinatal and Infant Mortality, 8/6/1984315 Keynote address, National Committee for Quality Health Care, 9/27/1984316 Address, Houston-Galveston Injury Prevention Group, 10/2/1984317 Address, American College of Chest Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly, 10/10/1984318 Address, Western Kentucky University Rhodes-Helm Forum, 10/15/1984319 Address, National Conferences on Environmental Public Health, 10/15/1984320 Address, Science and Mathematics Research Program 20th Anniversary, 10/19/1984321 Address, National Conference on Alzheimer's Disease, 10/22/1984322 Address, Oklahoma Society of Internal Medicine and Oklahoma Chapter American College of Physicians, 10/27/1984323 Keynote address, American Society of Allied Health Professionals Annual Meeting, 11/2/1984324 Health policy lecture, Emory University School of Medicine Public Health Program, 11/7/1984325 Address (as delivered by Sam Bell), Inter-County Clinical Society, 12/6/1984

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Collection of 122 speeches and/or talking points delivered between 1981-1984 by Brandt while Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services during the Ronald Reagan presidency. These speeches reflect Brandt's communication of official Reagan Administration policy and do not reflect much of the anti-administration work Brandt also conducted behind the scenes.

    While much of the content of the speeches is directed specifically to each audience, there are some common themes present that communicate the strategic direction DHHS was taking during this time period: fiscal responsibility and proper prioritization during a time of recession and the economic hard times of the 1980s; philiosophical change from the federal government being a direct agent of health policy and research to a supporter of state government-centric activities; development of block grants for basic services to states; need to deliver results of research directly to consumers; developing local health promotion and disease prevention programs, especially anti-smoking and infant care programs; shift from the federal government carrying out basic research centered on its perceptions of national needs to supporting local research programs developed around local needs; the need for increased personal and social responsibilities for good health.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Speeches, 1981-1984 [series]:
    1 1
    "Public health in the 80's: the state and federal roles", Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, 3/16/1981
    1 2
    Luncheon address, National Health Forum, 3/18/1981
    1 3
    "A Washington Perspective", 1981 Spring Meeting of the Council of Deans, 3/31/1981
    1 4
    Talking points for meeting with Association of Academic Health Centers, 4/5/1981
    1 5
    Opening remarks, Technology Assessment Forum, 4/21/1981
    1 6
    Welcome, Access Forum, 4/23/1981
    1 7
    "Where do we go from here?", National Student Research Forum, 4/25/1981
    1 8
    Banquet address, Association for Surgical Education, 4/30/1981
    1 9
    Remarks to the delegates, World Health Assembly, 5/5/1981
    1 10
    Remarks to attendees, Annual DHHS Dental Conference, 5/12/1981
    1 11
    Dedication address, College of Medicine University of South Alabama, 5/15/1981
    1 12
    Remarks to conferees, Immunization Conference, C.D.C, 5/19/1981
    1 13
    Talking points for luncheon meeting with Health on Wednesday, 5/20/1981
    1 14
    "The 'New Federalism' in health", Alumni Meeting Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, 5/22/1981
    1 15
    Opening remarks, Annual Meeting USPHS Professional Association, 5/26/1981
    1 16
    Awards ceremony, PHS Service \Awards Ceremony, 5/29/1981
    1 17
    Keynote address, National Public Health Leadership Conference of the American Public Health Association, 5/31/1981
    1 18
    Remarks to attendees, Annual Meeting of the US-Mexico Border Health Association, 6/1/1981
    1 19
    Remarks to delegates, American Medical Association Section on Medical Schools, 6/6/1981
    1 20
    Opening address, American Medical Association Annual Meeting, House of Delegates, 6/7/1981
    1 21
    Opening remarks, NCHCT Technology Assessment Forum on Dental Radiology, 6/29/1981
    1 22
    "Partners for health in the 80s", commencement address University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, 8/21/1981
    1 23
    Keynote address, Annual Health Planning Forum American Association for Hospital Planning, 8/29/1981
    1 24
    Opening HHS remarks, Block Grant Regional Conference, 9/9/1981
    1 25
    Opening remarks, PHS National Hispanic Heritage Week, 9/17/1981
    1 26
    Address, Fall Conference of the Texas Medical Association, 9/19/1981
    1 27
    Opening address, Scientific Assembly of the American Academy of Family Physicians, 9/21/1981
    1 28
    "Policy issues in health promotion", National Health Symposium, 9/28/1981
    1 29
    "The shape of things to come in government health programs", American Society for Internal Medicine, 10/2/1981
    1 30
    Welcome, Prevention and Medical Practice: The role of undergraduate medical education, NLM/NIH, 10/5/1981
    1 31
    "Reconsideration of the Federal role", Health services: a shared responsibility, Institute of Medicine Annual Meeting, 10/28/1981
    1 32
    "Choices for a national health policy", Health Sciences Center, University of Oklahoma at Oklahoma City, 10/29/1981
    1 33
    "Health--a common effort", keynote address Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting Group on Public Affairs, 11/2/1981
    1 34
    "Priorities and health policies", American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting Group on Public Affairs, 11/4/1981
    1 35
    "Federal health policy tomorrow", Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar Program Annual Meeting, 11/14/1981
    1 36
    Dinner address, Regional Primate Research Centers Program, 11/19/1981
    1 37
    Keynote address, National Center for Clinical Infant Programs Training Institute, 12/4/1981
    1 38
    Luncheon address, Lita Annenberg Hazen Awards, 12/8/1981
    1 39
    Talking points for an informal meeting with the Medical Specialties Issues Forum, 12/17/1981
    1 40
    Talking points, dedication of new museum at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, D.C., 12/18/1981
    1 41
    Commencement address, College of Medicine University of Alabama Birmingham, 5/24/1981
    1 42
    "The 'New Federalism' and public health", Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, 6/3/1982
    1 43
    "The Federal-State partnership in health policy", Organization of State Medical Association Presidents Annual Meeting, 6/11/1982
    1 44
    Remarks, OASH Awards Ceremony, 6/11/1982
    1 45
    "The health care partnership", Pharmaceutical Advertising Council Annual Meeting, 6/18/1982
    1 46
    Remarks at swearing-in of James Wyngaarden as Director of NIH, 6/21/1982
    1 47
    "New data and new opportunities in public health", Chicago Hispanic Health Conference, 6/24/1982
    1 48
    "Health challenges of the 1980s", Washington Business Group on Health Annual Conference, 6/25/1982
    2 1
    "A 'Spirit of '76' for medicine", American College of International Physicians Annual Meeting, 7/3/1982
    2 2
    "You and the communities you serve", NHSC Orientation for Regions I, II, III, IV, 8/12/1982
    2 3
    "Prospects and opportunities in the 1980s", keynote address West Virginia State Medical Association Annual Meeting, 8/27/1982
    2 4
    "Health care n the 1980s", National Association of Rehabilitation Agencies Annual Meeting, 9/12/1982
    2 5
    "The challenge of implementation", Seminar on the 1990 Prevention Objectives, C.D.C., 9/24/1982
    2 6
    "Washington update", Association of American Medical Colleges Southern Dean Section, 9/25/1982
    2 7
    "Who should do what?", Orphan Drug/Orphan Disease Conference, 9/28/1982
    2 8
    "Fostering integrity in research: a collective responsibility", [protection of human subjects, Atlanta, Ga.], 9/30/1982
    2 9
    "Government's role in shaping health policy", Anglo-American Symposium on Health, 10/4/1982
    2 10
    "Promoting health in your community", National Association of Community Health Centers Annual Meeting, 10/5/1982
    2 11
    "Health promotion for America's senior citizens", National Advisory Council on Aging, 10/15/1982
    2 12
    "Violence and public health", American Academy of Pediatrics, 10/26/1982
    2 13
    "Priority issues for the 1980s", Association of Professors of Dermatology Annual Meeting, 11/6/1982
    2 14
    Luncheon address, Association of Professors of Medicine Annual Meeting, 11/6/1982
    2 15
    "A view of family practice in the 80s", Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, 11/7/12982
    2 16
    "Prospects and opportunities for 1980s", Dallas County Medical Society, 11/11/1982
    2 17
    "Leadership in research", National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Facility Dedication, 11/15/1982
    2 18
    "The horizons of research", P.M.A. Medical Section Fall Meeting, 11/16/1982
    2 19
    "A PHS agenda for the 1980s", Commissioned Officers Association of the PHS, 11/19/1982
    2 20
    "Medical research policy, an agenda for the eighties", David W. Landell Lectureship, University of Louisville School of Medicine, 11/29/1982
    2 21
    "A bend in the road", Southern Surgical Association, 12/7/1982
    2 22
    "Research policies for the future", University of Colorado School of Medicine Centennial Lecture, 5/10/1983
    2 23
    "Three issues, three questions", Maryland Public Health Association Annual Meeting, 6/7/1983
    2 24
    "The new 'balance of interests'", American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 6/13/1983
    2 25
    Remarks, American Medical Association Annual Meeting, 6/18/1983
    2 26
    Remarks, Secretary's Award for Innovations in Health, 6/21/1983
    2 27
    Welcome to delegates, Biennial World Congress for Mental Health, 6/23/1983
    2 28
    "Perspectives on Indian health", Association of American Indian Physicians Annual Meeting, 7/28/1983
    2 29
    Keynote remarks, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics World Conference, 7/31/1983
    2 30
    Remarks, NIAAA WHO Collaboration ceremony, 11/2/1983
    2 31
    Address, National Committee for Research in Neurological and Communicative Disorders, 11/4/1983
    2 32
    "In the looking glass of medicine", American Association of Chairmen of Departments of Psychiatry, 11/6/1983
    2 33
    Keynote address, American Pain Society Annual Meeting, 11/11/1983
    2 34
    Address, National Council on Patient Information and Education, 11/14/1983
    2 35
    "What kind of achievement was it?", 20th Anniversary of the LINC computer, 11/20/1983
    2 36
    "The elements of a national nutrition policy", Technical Committee of the Grocery Manufacturers of America, 11/20/1983
    2 37
    "Facing up to the new technology", New Jersey Conference on DRGs, 12/1/1983
    2 38
    Address, Council on Governmental Relations, 2/2/1984
    2 39
    Welcome, Health Objectives for the Nation, 2/6/1984
    2 40
    Address, AMA National Leadership Conference, 2/24/1984
    2 41
    Remarks, Workshop on the Roles of Institutions of Higher Education in Community Health Care, 3/4/1984
    2 42
    Remarks, International Symposium on Prevention of Congenital Rubella Infection, 3/13/1984
    2 43
    Welcome, Annual DHHS Nutrition Summit, 3/28/1984
    2 44
    Remarks, Pan American Health Organization World Health Day Commemoration, 4/6/1984
    2 45
    Welcome, PHS Invitational Colloquium for Book Publishers, 4/10/1984
    2 46
    Welcome, National Symposium on Scientific Needs and Animal Welfare, 4/11/1984
    2 47
    "The evolving concept of 'Health'", New York Medical College Convocation, 4/16/1984
    2 48
    Address, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, 4/26/1984
    2 49
    Address, National Student Research Forum Annual Awards, 4/27/1984
    3 1
    Address, Federation of State Medical Boards Annual Meeting, 4/28/1984
    3 2
    Address, Florida Medical Association, 5/4/1984
    3 3
    Address, Baylor College of Medicine Chapter Alpha Omega Alpha Annual Awards, 5/10/1984
    3 4
    Address, Society for Clinical Trials Annual Meeting, 5/15/1984
    3 5
    "Issues for the new health professional", Medical University of South Carolina Commencement, 5/18/1984
    3 6
    Remarks, University of Texas Health Sciences Center Ambulatory Care Center Dedication Ceremony, 6/1/1984
    3 7
    Keynote address, Project LIFE Conference, 6/5/1984
    3 8
    "Issues for the new physician", New York Osteopathic College Commencement, 6/6/1984
    3 9
    Keynote address, Howard University College of Medicine Patient Education Conference, 6/9/1984
    3 10
    "Information imperatives in health policy development", DHHS/PHS Dental Conference, 6/13/1984
    3 11
    Address, Chairman, Principal Working Group on Health of the Emergency Mobilization Preparedness Board, 6/14/1984
    3 12
    Address, American Red Cross Eastern Operations Leadership Conference, 7/20/1984
    3 13
    Address, Arizona Rural Health Conference, 8/3/1984
    3 14
    Address, First International Symposium on Perinatal and Infant Mortality, 8/6/1984
    3 15
    Keynote address, National Committee for Quality Health Care, 9/27/1984
    3 16
    Address, Houston-Galveston Injury Prevention Group, 10/2/1984
    3 17
    Address, American College of Chest Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly, 10/10/1984
    3 18
    Address, Western Kentucky University Rhodes-Helm Forum, 10/15/1984
    3 19
    Address, National Conferences on Environmental Public Health, 10/15/1984
    3 20
    Address, Science and Mathematics Research Program 20th Anniversary, 10/19/1984
    3 21
    Address, National Conference on Alzheimer's Disease, 10/22/1984
    3 22
    Address, Oklahoma Society of Internal Medicine and Oklahoma Chapter American College of Physicians, 10/27/1984
    3 23
    Keynote address, American Society of Allied Health Professionals Annual Meeting, 11/2/1984
    3 24
    Health policy lecture, Emory University School of Medicine Public Health Program, 11/7/1984
    3 25
    Address (as delivered by Sam Bell), Inter-County Clinical Society, 12/6/1984