The records of Health Sciences Communications include the public relations materials collected and created by that office.
Materials include promotional items that document the history and activities of the Medical Center and the School of Medicine.
Health Sciences Communications, a division of University Communications, was formed in 1989 when the UC San Diego School of
Medicine Public Affairs Office and the Public Information Office of the UC San Diego Medical Center merged. The office of
Health Sciences Communications is responsible for disseminating newsworthy information such as achievements, programs, and
projects involving the School of Medicine and the Medical Center.
49 Linear feet
(86 archives boxes, 14 records cartons, 2 half archives boxes, and 2 films)
Master sound and videocassette recordings in Series 6 are restricted. Researchers may request user copies be produced.