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Jocelyn Elders Surgeon-General Speech Collection 1992-1994
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Speeches, 1992-1994 [series]:
1 1
Meeting the decline of the nineties--national debate on prenatal drug exposure, Kennedy Krieger Inst., Baltimore, MD., 10/23/1992
1 2
Lead poisoning (generic speech), 1993
1 3
Family planning: the need for a national strategy--CDC Immunization Conference, Washington, D.C., 6/17/1993
1 4
Confirmation hearing--Statement before the US Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, 7/23/1992
1 5
First annual national school health conference, adolescent health, Atlanta, Ga., 8/1/1993
1 6
Remarks to Association of State and Territorial Health Officers, role of Surgeon-General and HCR, 9/9/1993
1 7
Statement--television violence--House Committee on Energy, Commerce, subcommittee on telecommunications and finance, 9/15/1993
1 8
Remarks, AIDS Walk, Washington, D.C., 9/18/1993
1 9
Luncheon address, Navajo Area Indian Health Service Conference on 'Mobilizing communities for good health,' Gallup, N.M., 9/20/1993
1 10
Remarks, Regional Substance Abuse Symposium, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., 9/27/1993
1 11
American School Health Association, healthcare reform, Pittsburgh, Pa., 9/30/1993
1 12
Questions and answers, Brazda Breakfast, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., 10/7/1993
1 13
Physician activism: prevention, prevention, prevention, American Medical Student Association, Philadelphia Pa., 10/15/1993
1 14
Preventive medicine, American Society of Internal Medicine, Washington, D.C., 10/16/1993
1 15
Health care reform, Black Elected Democrats of Cleveland Ohio, 10/17/1993
1 16
Take our daughters to work press conference, Montgomery, Al., 10/18/1993
1 17
Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, Washington, D.C., 10/20/1993
1 18
Who will remember the children? Meeting children's needs: a call to service, ABA Section of Litigation Program, Washington, D.C., 10/22/1993
1 19
An evening with Dr. Jocelyn Elders: United Methodist Urban Services and the Boston Coalition, Boston, Ma., 10/23/1993
1 20
American Academy of Pediatrics Senior Section, Washington, D.C., 10/30/1993
1 21
Statement on youth violence, House Committee on Government Operations, subcommittee on human resources and intergovernmental relations, Washington, D.C., 11/1/1193
1 22
American Academy of Pediatrics, Washington, D.C., 11/2/1993
1 23
National School Health Education Coalition, Washington, D.C., 11/5/1993
1 24
HIV/AIDS as a business and labor issue, National Leadership Coalition on AIDS, Washington, D.C., 11/10/1993
1 25
Homeless and healthcare reform, Baltimore, MD., 11/16/1993
1 26
Partners in education, endowment dinner to benefit the DC Street Academy, Washington, D.C., 11/17/1993
1 27
Health education and healthcare reform, N.O.A.P.P.P., Washington, D.C., 11/19/1993
1 28
News conference on proposed legislation, Tobacco education and health prevention act, Washington, D.C., 11/23/1993
1 29
Secretary's breast cancer conference, 12/14/1993
1 30
The prevention marketing initiative: why we are here, CDC prevention marketing kickoff, Washington, D.C., 1/4/1994
1 31
Violence and a pubic health issue, National Conference on Black on Black Crime and Youth Violence, Washington, D.C., 1/6/1994
1 32
Second hand smoke campaign news conference, American Academy of Otolaryngology, Washington, D.C., 1/6/1994
1 33
American School Food Service Association annual industry seminar, Charleston, S.C., 1/10/1994
1 34
Thirtieth anniversary of the first Surgeon-General's report on smoking and health, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., 1/11/1994
1 35
Stop the killing: start the healing and building, EPA observance of 1994 Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, Washington, D.C., 1/12/1994
1 36
Delta women making a difference, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Washington, D.C., 1/15/1994
1 37
NARAL 25th Anniversary gala, 1/20/1994
1 38
Minority leaders and citizens, keynote address, Council on Distinguished Lectureship Series, Fort Worth, Tx., 1/21/1994
1 39
150th anniversary celebration, Rockville United Methodist Church, Rockville, MD., 1/23/1994
1 40
Butler University visiting African American scholar program, 1/24/1994
1 41
Smoking and health the Surgeon-General's legacy, University of Indiana, 1/24/1994
1 42
CDC and National Center for Prevention Services, Atlanta, Ga., 1/25/1994
1 43
Role of faith groups as serious partners with government for the Interfaith Leadership meeting, Carter Center, Atlanta, Ga., 1/25/1994
1 44
Statement, House Committee on Education and Labor, subcommittee on select education and civil rights, Washington, D.C., 1/26/1994
1 45
National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD., 1/26/1994
1 46
US Conference of Mayors winter meeting plenary address, Washington, D.C., 1/26/1994
1 47
Health care reform: a real opportunity to improve women's health, California Women Lawyers Health Care Task Force, San Francisco, Ca., 1/27/1994
1 48
Critical health challenges facing African Americans today, San Francisco Black Leadership Forum, San Francisco, Ca., 1/27/1994
1 49
Women's health and health reform: issues, challenges and directions, State University of New York School of Professional Studies, Cortland, N.Y., 1/28/1994
1 50
Youth, Lambda Kappa Mu Sorority, Washington, D.C., 1/29/1994
1 51
Women Executives in State Government meeting, Washington, D.C., 1/31/1994
1 52
African American Heritage Month observance, USPHS, Rockville, MD., 2/2/1994
1 53
Breaking barriers: women's firsts, National Girls and Women in Sports Day, 2/3/1994
1 54
House Committee on Energy and Commerce, subcommittee on health and the environment, Washington, D.C., 2/7/1994
1 55
Comprehensive health care for women: challenges and directions under health care reform, Women's Bar Association of the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C., 2/9/1994
1 56
Investments in health, Emerging Issues Forum, NC State University, 2/10/1994
1 57
The public health importance of interpersonal violence, Conference for Health Care Professionals, Seattle, Wa., 2/11/1994
1 58
Social problems and health care costs for youth, American Medical Association, San Francisco, Ca., 2/11/1994
1 59
Minority academic health centers of the future, Association of Minority Health Professions Schools Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, Ca., 2/11/1994
1 60
Family planning in American life and in federal policy, Institute of Medicine, Committee on Planned Child Rearing, Washington, D.C., 2/14/2994
1 61
National Indian Head Start Disabilities and Health Conference, Crystal City, Va., 2/14/1994
1 62
Eastern High School, African American History Month lecture, Washington, D.C., 2/16/1994
1 63
Tennessee Black Heritage Celebrations luncheon, National Museum of Black History, Inc., Memphis, Tn., 2/18/1994
1 64
Shaping change for health care reform, American Council on Education, Washington, D.C., 2/22/1994
1 65
Maggie Walsh Visiting Professorship Lecture, Boston Children's Hospital, 2/23/1994
1 66
MLK memorial lecture, Wellesley College, 2/23/1994
1 67
Preventing tobacco use among young people, Surgeon-General's report release, Washington, D.C., 2/23/1994
1 68
Leading us into the future, National Planning and Reproductive Health Association, Washington, D.C., 2/25/1994
1 69
Health care reform: challenges and choices, United Methodist Women of Faith workshop, Rockville, MD., 2/27/1994
1 70
Texas Public Health Association 69th Annual Convention, Corpus Christi, Tx., 3/1/1994
1 71
MLK Lecture Series, Vanderbilt University Medical School, 3/2/1994
1 72
Mothers and children 1994: an urban health crisis, Children's National Medical Center, Washington, D.C., 3/5/1994
1 73
Coalition for Hypertension Education and Control, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., 3/7/1994
1 74
American Public Transit Association annual legislative conference, Washington, D.C., 3/7/1994
1 75
Improving American's health through prevention: the challenge and opportunities of health care reform, Leadership America's National Meeting, Washington, D.C., 3/7/1994
1 76
Nutrition at school: preparing for the future, Nutrition Symposium, Washington, D.C., 3/9/1994
1 77
Health care reform and the Clinton Administration, American Society for Public Administration, Washington, D.C., 3/9/1994
1 78
Lifesavers 12 Conference, National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities, Washington, D.C., 3/9/1994
1 79
Health prevention and consumer strategies under health care reform, Consumer Federation of American, Washington, D.C., 3/11/1994
1 80
Controlling tuberculosis in the US: a preventable disease, American Lung Association Policy Conference, 3/11/1994
1 81
American Medical Association National Conference of Family Violence, Washington, D.C., 3/13/1994
1 82
Public Relations Association meeting, Baton Rouge, La., 3/16/1994
1 83
1994 Prevention of Premature and Neonatal Mortality Conference, 3/17/1994
1 84
Louisiana Public Health Association annual conference, Kenner, La., 3/17/1994
1 85
Children can't say no to environmental pollution, Children's Environmental Health Conference, Washington, D.C., 3/18/1994
1 86
In every generation, action frees our dream, Celebration of National Women's History Month, Washington, D.C., 3/22/1994
1 87
Statement, Senate Judiciary Committee, subcommittee on the constitution, Washington, D.C., 3/23/1994
1 88
Assessing the health needs of vulnerable populations: a case for health care reform, Symposium on Health Care Reform, Washington, D.C., 3/23/1994
1 89
Contraceptive Technology Update Conference, Washington, D.C., 3/25/1994
1 90
The tragedy of not growing up: a revival of hope for children, National Black Methodists for Church Renewal Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pa., 3/25/1994
1 91
Health care reform: an opportunity to improve the nation's health, Eastern Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce, 3/29/1994
1 92
RJR Nabiscso, Spring Semester remarks, Washington, D.C., 3/29/1994
1 93
Advocacy in action, Pennsylvania Public Health Association annual conference, Harrisburg, Pa., 3/30/1994
1 94
Commissioned Officers Association Annual Meeting remarks, Baltimore, MD., 4/6/1994
1 95
Status of minority health and recruitment of minority physicians, keynote address USUHS, Bethesda, MD., 4/7/1994
1 96
School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, 4/7/1994
1 97
North American Society for Pediatrics/Adolescent Gynecology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Ga., 4/9/1994
1 98
Success by six: ready to learn conference, 4/11/1994
1 99
The state of American's children: a public health emergency, Child Welfare League, 4/12/1994
1 100
Cooperative Extension Service, 4-H Youth, Washington, D.C., 4/13/1994
1 101
Towards a more healthy America, American Society of Newspaper Editors, 4/13/1994
1 102
An evening with Jocelyn Elders, Radcliffe Recent Graduates Committee, Washington, D.C., 4/13/1994
1 103
Harvard Medical School Grand Rounds, 4/8/1994
1 104
Breaking the silence: voices of HIV positive women of color living the reality, Women of Color Council, 4/8/1994
1 105
Moving ahead: special problems of young inner city women, New York Obstetrical Society, 4/8/1994
1 106
Southeast Junior High School assembly, 4/14/1994
1 107
Sexuality education for communities of color, Sex Information and Education Council of the US Colloquium, 4/18/1994
1 108
Central Sate University convocation, 4/18/1994
1 109
Black Women in Sisterhood For Action, Howard University, 4/23/1994
1 110
Teen pregnancy: America's endangered adolescents, National Abortion Federation Annual Meeting, 4/25/1994
1 111
Los Angeles School District Student Health Support Services Fund remarks, 4/26/1994
1 112
The state of America's children: a public health emergency, Erikson Institute, Chicago, Il., 4/27/1994
1 113
Beating the odds: challenges to the health of women of color, New York Academy of Medicine, 4/28/1994
1 114
Health care reform: mental health challenges and opportunities, American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama meeting, Baltimore, MD., 4/29/1994
1 115
Health care reform: mental health challenges and opportunities, Medico Chirurgical Society of D.C., 4/29/1994
1 116
Planned Parenthood of New York City, Margaret Sanger Woman of Valor Award, 5/2/1994
1 117
Public health in health care reform: getting back to basics, University of Washington Hogness Lecture, 5/3/1994
1 118
George Armstrong Lectureship, Ambulatory Pediatric Association annual meeting, Seattle, Wa., 5/3/1994
1 119
News conference on HR 4296 ban on assault weapons, Washington National Medical Center, 5/4/1994
1 120
Georgia Public Health Association, Jekyll Island, Ga., 5/5/1994
1 121
East Carolina University School of Medicine graduation ceremony, 5/6/1994
1 122
Emergency medical care in the era of health care reform, Washington, D.C., 5/10/1994
1 123
Nightingale Awards Dinner, Oakland University School of Nursing, 5/11/1994
1 124
Statement, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, subcommittee on clean air and nuclear regulation, 5/11/1994
1 125
New York University Medical Center, 5/12/1994
1 126
Women's health and the health of the nation, Conference of Psychological and Behavioral Factors in Women's Health, 5/12/1994
1 127
Women's Sports Foundation, 5/13/1994
1 128
Current national health needs and priorities: the legacy of the cadet nurse Corps, 50th Anniversary of the Cadet Nurse Corps Conference, Bethesda, MD., 5/13/1994
1 129
University of Arkansas commencement, 5/14/1994
1 130
Virginia State University commencement, 5/15/1994
1 131
SUNY Stoneybrook School of Social Medicine commencement, 5/15/1994
1 132
Governor's Prevention Conference, Burlington, Vt., 5/17/1994
1 133
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons commencement, 5/19/1994
1 134
Fisher Medical Foundation and National Institute on Aging, 5/25/1994
1 135
Statement, Senate subcommittee on labor, HHS appropriations, 5/25/1994
1 136
Valuing diversity in ourselves and our beneficiaries, HCFA, Baltimore, MD., 6/1/1994
1 137
DC Rape Crisis Center Visionary Awards Ceremony, Washington, D.C., 6/2/1994
1 138
Keynote address, teen pregnancy prevention, St. Paul, Mn., 6/3/1994
1 139
America Women in Radio and Television annual convention, Minneapolis, Mn., 6/3/1994
1 140
Minneapolis and St. Paul Area Synods Assembly, 6/3/1994
1 141
Taking advantage of every teachable moment: put prevention into practice, US Army Health Promotion Conference, Baltimore, MD., 6/6/1994
1 142
Pacquin School commencement, 6/6/1994
1 143
National School Health Leadership Conference address, Atlanta, GA., 6/8/1994
1 144
Stanford University School of Medicine, 6/12/1994
1 145
The changing face of health care, Anti-Defamation League Award Ceremony, Chicago, Il., 6/14/1994
1 146
Association of Government Accounts luncheon, Washington, D.C., 6/15/1994
1 147
National Conference on Risk taking Behaviors Among Children and Adolescents, Arlington, VA., 6/17/1994
1 148
Back to Sleep Campaign kick-off, National Press Club, 6/21/1994
1 149
Taking pride on out health: making the '90s the Stonewall of the health care revolution, National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference, New York, N.Y., 6/22/1994
1 150
The City Club, Cleveland, Oh., 6/24/1994
1 151
Health care reform and minority populations: implications for hypertension, Interdisciplinary Conference on Hypertension in Blacks, Cleveland, Oh., 6/24/1994
1 152
Child nutrition and cognition: the link to America's health goals, National Working Group Conference, Tufts University, 6/27/1994
1 153
Lighting the flame of hope, Campfire Boys and Girls Youth Leadership Conference, Washington, D.C., 6/28/1994
1 154
American Association of Physicians from India Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Ga., 7/1/1994
1 155
Improving health care delivery to America's adolescents, American Association of School Administrators, Arlington, Va., 7/12/1994
1 156
50th Anniversary of the Public Health Service Act, Washington, D.C., 7/12/1994
1 157
Hispanic Health Leadership Program, Washington, D.C., 7/12/1994
1 158
National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine, College Park, MD., 7/13/1994
1 159
The role of black organizations in improving the health and well-being of minority communities, NAACP, Chicago, Il., 7/14/1994
1 160
President's Crisis Torch of Courage Award, NAACP, Chicano, Il., 7/14/1994
1 161
National Medical Association Annual Convention, Orlando, Fl., 7/24/1994
1 162
California Abortion Rights Action League Annual Dinner, San Francisco, CA., 7/26/1994
1 163
The role of minority media in the health and welfare of minority Americans, National Association of Black Journalists dinner, Atlanta, Ga., 7/28/1994
1 164
International Platform Association, Washington, D.C., 7/30/1994
1 165
First Baptist Church Prayer Breakfast, Warrenton, Va., 7/31/1994
1 166
The status of black women's health, National Black Women's Health Project, [1994]
1 167
Children, poverty and health (generic speech), n.d.
1 168
Making choice a reality in America (generic speech), n.d.
1 169
Health care reform (generic speech), n.d.
1 170
Health prevention (generic speech), n.d.
1 171
Computer discs containing speeches