Public relations materials collected and created by Health Sciences Communications, formerly the UCSD School of Medicine Public
Affairs Office and the Public Information Office of the UCSD Medical Center. Materials include newspaper clipping files for
the School of Medicine (1961-1991) and the Medical Center (1973-1993); news releases for the School of Medicine (1964-1989)
and the Medical Center (1973-1989); and scripts for the radio programs "Doctor's Forum," "Health Break," and "Health Watch."
Also included are photographs of the School of Medicine and the Medical Center, subject files, publications, and audio and
Health Sciences Communications, a division of University Communications, was formed in 1989 when the Public Affairs Office
of the School of Medicine and the Public Information Office of the UCSD Medical Center merged. The office of Health Sciences
Communications is responsible for disseminating newsworthy information such as achievements, programs, and projects involving
the UCSD Medical Center and the UCSD School of Medicine.
49.0 Linear feet
(85 archives boxes and 15 records cartons)
Master sound and videocassette recordings in Series 6 are restricted. Researchers may request user copies be produced.