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Collection Number: 04801

Collection Title: John W. Hatch Papers, 1967-1995.

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Size 23.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 4700 items)
Abstract John W. Hatch began teaching at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Public Health in 1971 and retired from UNC-CH as Kenan Professor of Health Education in 1995. Papers of John W. Hatch, documenting his involvement in health education issues in the United States and throughout the world. The collection reflects Hatch's interest in improving health care for underserved populations, including African-Americans. Domestically, the papers document, among other projects, Hatch's work with the Delta Health Center, a nonprofit health organization located in Mound Bayou, Miss., and the Community Health Education and Resources Utilization Project (Black Churches Project), an effort to train lay people to be health resources in their local communities. There is also material relating to sickle cell anemia research. International health projects covered include the UNC-CH School of Public Health's Practical Training in Health Education project in Cameroon, Hatch's work on the World Council of Churches' Christian Medical Commission, and Hatch's travels to South Africa under the aegis of the Progressive Primary Health Care Network.
Creator Hatch, John W. (John Wesley), 1928-
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.
Language English
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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
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[Identification of item], in the John W. Hatch Papers #4801, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Special Collections Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Received from John W. Hatch of Durham, N.C., in April 1996 (Acc. 96039).
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John W. Hatch, who earned his B.A. degree from Knoxville College and his M.S.W. from Atlanta University, served as an assistant professor in Tufts University School of Medicine's Department of Preventive Medicine starting in 1965. Simultaneously, he headed the community health action division of the Tufts Delta Health Center, an Office of Economic Opportunity-sponsored comprehensive health center in Mound Bayou, Miss.

Hatch began teaching in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Public Health in 1971 and earned his D.P.H. degree from the same institution in 1974. During his tenure at UNC-CH, Hatch continued his involvement in health issues related to underserved populations. At the time of his retirement in 1995, he was William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor in the School of Public Health's Department of Health Behavior and Health Education.

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This collection primarily documents John W. Hatch's professional interests and activities. It contains little personal documentation. General subject files comprise the largest part of the collection. These include correspondence, articles by people other than Hatch, materials about projects in which Hatch was involved, project proposals, and memoranda and other papers related to Hatch's work in the UNC-CH School of Public Health. Also included are articles, reports, and presentations relating to research and health projects in which Hatch was involved, including the Black Churches Project, and the Delta Health Center; as well as correspondence, memoranda, reports, and other materials from some of the major projects and organizations with which Hatch was affiliated.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Articles, Reports, Presentations, 1967-1994.

About 350 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title.

This series mostly consists of papers or speeches that Hatch authored or co-authored for publication or presentation at conferences or other events. A few internal reports on projects in which he was involved are also included. Drafts, correspondence, and other materials related to each article are filed here.

Folder 1

AIDS from the Perspective of the Christian Medical Commission of the World Council of Churches

Folder 2

AIDS, Sex and the Black College Student

Folder 3

Analysis of Consumer Roles

Folder 4

An Approach Toward Assuring Citizen Involvement in Planning and Decision Making Related to Health Care Services in New York City

Folder 5

An Approach Toward Institutionalizing Health Promotion Activities into the Structure of a Black Religious Denomination

Folder 6

The Black Church as a Mediating Structure and Its Role in Health Promotion in the Community

Folder 7

The Black Churches Project: Community Health Education and Resources Utilization

Folder 8

Black Mediating Structures and Their Role in Health Promotion in the Community

Folder 9

The Black Rural Church: Its Role and Potential in Community Health Organization and Action

Folder 10

Black Youth and the Church in a Partially Desegregated Society: A Sociological Perspective

Folder 11

Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Health Service to Rural Black Populations in the Southeast

Folder 12

Church and State: Experiences of a University Providing Technical Assistance to Church Organizations

Folder 13

The Church as a Resource for Health Promotion Activities in the Black Community

Folder 14

The Church as Advocate for Better Family and Community Health with Special Focus on Black Churches in Action

Folder 15

Community Assessment

Folder 16

Community Development in a Rural Comprehensive Community Health Program

Folder 17

Community Efforts to Control Hypertension Using the Black Church

Folder 18

Community Organization as a Strategy for Human Development on the New Frontier

Folder 19

Community Organizations as a Health Planning Function: Enabling the Black Church to Assume a Mediating Role in Health Planning and Action

Folder 20

Community Participation and Control: Or Control of Community Participation

Folder 21

Community Participation in the Development of a Comprehensive Community Health Program in Bolivar County Mississippi

Folder 22

Community Research: Partnership in Black Communities

Folder 23

A Conceptual Model of Possible Cooperative Effort to Develop Church Capacity to Respond to Health and Human Service Needs of Three Inner City Congregations

Folder 24

Consultation with Cuban Ministry of Health

Folder 25

Dimensions of Empowerment: Reforming Health Education in an Era of Health Systems Reform

Folder 26

Discussion of Group Practice in Comprehensive Health Care Centers

Folder 27

Doing Health Promotion in Black Churches

Folder 28

Economic and Health Conditions in Warren and Vance Counties

Folder 29

The Effect of Rapid Technological Change Upon the Lives of African American Farm Laborers

Folder 30

Eliminating Structural Problems Faced by Consumer-Based Boards of Health Centers

Folder 31

Empowering Black Churches for Health Promotion

Folder 32

Environmental and Cultural Change in the South

Folder 33

Environmental Risk Reduction in High-Risk Resource-Poor Communities

Folder 34

An Evaluation of Progress and Process in the Evaluation of the Progressive Primary Health Care Network in South Africa

Folder 35

Feasibility of Cancer Education through Churches

Folder 36

Fitness Through Churches: Improving Cardiovascular Health through Black Churches

Folder 37

From Crisis to Disaster: An Account of the Black Experience in Rural United States

Folder 38

The Gap Between Health and Illness

Folder 39

Guide to Process Planning with Community People

Folder 40

Health and Healing within the Structure of the Black Church

Folder 41

Health and Rural Black Populations: Status, Challenges and Opportunity

Folder 42

A Health Center's Effort Toward Relating Itself to Community Concerns

Folder 43

Health Education and the Southern Rural Church-Student Involvement

Folder 44

Health Education: From Slides and Posters to Applied Social Sciences

Folder 45

Health Issues Facing Black Communities

Folder 46

The Health of North Carolina: Challenges for the 90s

Folder 47

Health, Poverty and Race in Perspective

Folder 48

Health Professionals for the 21st Century

Folder 49

Health Promotions Through Churches: Boundary Conflicts and Problems in Communications

Folder 50

Health Reform: Its Potential Impact on Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

Folder 51

Health Services as an Avenue to Social Change

Folder 52

Health Worker Role in Community Oriented Primary Care

Folder 53

How Churches Can Function as Healing Communities

Folder 54

How Realistic is the Role of the Auxiliary Health Worker in Community Development?

Folder 55

Ideas Around Community Diagnosis Mental Health and Development

Folder 56

The Impact of Increasing Energy Cost on Low Income and Elderly Citizens

Folder 57

Increasing Energy Costs and the Poor: New Challenges for Community Organization

Folder 58

Inner-City Development

Folder 59


Folder 60

Institutionalization of Health Action into the Structure of the Black Community: The Church in Health Promotion

Folder 61

Institutionalization of Health Concerns in the Black Church

Folder 62

Institutionalizing Social Support Through the Church and into the Community

Folder 63

The Interface Between Selected African Religious Philosophies and Modern Notions of Health Promotion in African and New World Black Populations

Folder 64

The Introduction of Health Care Consumerism into the Medical School Curriculum

Folder 65

Involving the Community in Cardiovascular Health

Folder 66

Involving the Southern Rural Church and Students of the Health Professions in Health Education

Folder 67

The Medical Care of Black Americans: An Historical Perspective

Folder 68

Mound Bayou Revisited

Folder 69

My Experience and Feeling Toward O.E.O. Health Center

Folder 70

The Need for a Holistic Approach

Folder 71

Networking Between Agencies and Churches: The Lay Health Advisor Model

Folder 72

North Bolivar County Mississippi-An Analysis of the Community

Folder 73

Nutrition and Problem of Self-Reliance in the Rural South

Folder 74

Outreach in Chatham County

Folder 75

An Overview of John Hatch's Work in Mobilizing Churches Toward Playing a Role in Responding to the Health Care Needs of Black Communities: Background and New Directions

Folder 76

Pathway and Barriers to Better Lives for Black People in South Africa

Folder 77

Patterns of Migration from the Rural South: Implications for AIDS Education

Folder 78

Patterns of Social Organization in a Rural Village in the Mississippi Delta

Folder 79

Primary Health Care: A Community Approach. The Role of the Southern Rural Church in Community Organization for Better Health

Folder 80

Promoting Health in Black Churches: The Lay Advisor Approach

Folder 81

Rationale for Integration: Public and Private Medicine in the Area Served by the 145th St. Comprehensive Care Center

Folder 82

Reducing Barriers to Cancer Education in a Rural Southern Black Population

Folder 83

Reducing Barriers to Utilization of Health Services by Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Folder 84

Report Based on Field Visit to Target Area. 7-9 June 1967. Meharry North Nashville Neighborhood Health Center Project

Folder 85

A Report of the Rural Community Environmental Education Project

Folder 86

Report on the Involvement of the Clergy in Cancer Prevention with Recommendations for the Future

Folder 87

The Role of Self-Help and Community Action in the Development of Rural Health Services

Folder 88

The Role of the Black Church in the Community with Focus on Its Potential as a Resource for Health Promotion

Folder 89

The Role of the Southern Rural Church in Community Organization for Better Health

Folder 90

Rural Black Community Development: A Demonstration Model of Community-Directed Research in Support of Social Change

Folder 91

Rural Community Development: A Demonstration Model of Community-Directed Research in Support of Social Change

Folder 92

Rural Community Efforts

Folder 93

The Rural Minister's Role in Health Promotion

Folder 94

The Rural Village as a Unit of Identity in Black America

Folder 95

Self-Help and Consumer Participation in the Development of the Health Care System

Folder 96

A Self-Help Approach to Environmental Risk Reduction in Poor Communities

Folder 97

A Self-Help Approach to the Problem of Rural Hunger: The Story of the North Bolivar County Cooperative

Folder 98

Social and Behavioral Sciences Concepts and Their Relevance in the Development of Community Health Strategies: The Interface Between Biomedical Sciences and the Humanities

Folder 99

Social Support in the Black Church as a Health Promotion Intervention

Folder 100

The Space Between Sickness and Health: Modification of Patient Perceptions of Illness as a Pathway to Narrowing the Gap

Folder 101

Strategy for Involving Churches

Folder 102

Toward a New Definition of Health Care: The Preventive Approach

Folder 103

Toward a New Model for Service in Developing Nations

Folder 104

Toward a Position Statement on Public Education and Participation in Health Care

Folder 105

Toward a Strategy to Buffer Planned Social Disorganization in South Africa

Folder 106

Toward Cancer Risk Reduction Through the Mobilization of Churches

Folder 107

Toward the Development of Health and Human Services Programs in Local Congregations

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Projects, 1968-1994.

About 1,800 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

This series contains materials from the health education projects which are largest in terms of quantity of records. Other projects may be found in the General Subject Files.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1. Black Churches Project, 1977-1991.

Around 600 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

The Black Churches Project, more formally known as the Community Health Education and Resources Utilization Project, trained church volunteers to be health advisers to their congregations on topics including maternal and child health, environmental concerns, cardiovascular health, and substance abuse. The program, in which the UNC-CH School of Public Health and the General Baptist State Convention joined forces, continued for over a decade in various forms in North Carolina churches. There was also a program in South Carolina churches, a report from which is listed as Lay Advocate Health Project in the General Subject Files.

Folder 108

Budget Information

Folder 109

Churches and Health Promotion Concept Paper

Folder 110

Community-Identified Problems

Folder 111

Contact Sheets

Folder 112

Cycle IV Update

Folder 113

Endorsements of the Project

Folder 114

Eng Project Design

Folder 115

Evaluation Component

Folder 116

Evaluation Sheets-1st Cycle

Folder 117

Family Planning Information

Folder 118

Fitness Through Churches

Folder 119

General Baptist State Convention

Folder 120

Health and Human Services Committee and Advisory Committee

Folder 121

Health Benefits Subcommittee

Folder 122

Technical Advisory Board

Folder 123


Folder 124


Folder 125

Information Requests

Folder 126

Institutional Review Board

Folder 127

Lovelace, Kay

Folder 128

Major Papers about the Project

Folder 129

Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation

Folder 130

Minutes of Project Meeting

Folder 131

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

Folder 132

Memoranda and Application Preparation

Folder 133

1982 Application Review

Folder 134

1983 Proposal Resubmission

Folder 135

Project Proposal: Churches United to Reduce Risks to Cardiovascular Health

Folder 136

National Institutes of Health

Folder 137

New World Foundation

Folder 138

Outgoing Correspondence

Folder 139

Participant Post-Test Evaluations

Folder 140

Participant Post-Test Evaluations-2nd Cycle

Folder 141

Participant Pre-test Evaluations

Folder 142


Folder 143

Counseling Skills

Folder 144


Folder 145


Folder 146

Maternal and Child Health

Folder 147


Folder 148

Participant Reaction Sheets

Folder 149

Agency Panel

Folder 150


Folder 151


Folder 152


Folder 153

Hypertension and Stress

Folder 154


Folder 155

Roles of Health Information and Resource Coordinators

Folder 156


Folder 157

2nd Cycle

Folder 158

3rd Cycle

Folder 159

Project Description

Folder 160

Project Evaluation 1981

Folder 161

Project Evaluation Year 1 Report

Folder 162

Project Evaluation Year 2 Materials

Folder 163

Project Evaluation Year 2 Minutes

Folder 164

Project Evaluation Year 2 Report

Folder 165

Project Overview

Folder 166

Project Proposal Summary

Folder 167

Proposal on the Future of the Health and Human Services Project

Folder 168

Research Associate Position

Folder 169

Retreat Agenda

Folder 170

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Folder 171

Role of UNC-CH School of Public Health

Folder 172

Role Positions within the Church

Folder 173

Ruth Mott Fund

Folder 174

Summary of 1st Cycle

Folder 175

Title I Chatham County

Folder 176

Title I Correspondence

Folder 177

Title I Evaluation Information

Folder 178

Title I Final Report

Folder 179

Title I Reports

Folder 180

Title I Work Plan

Folder 181

Training Sessions

Folder 182

W. K. Kellogg Foundation Correspondence

Folder 183

W. K. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation

Folder 184

W. K. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Design

Folder 185

W. K. Kellogg Foundation Self-Help Group Evaluation

Folder 186

Weekly Agendas

Folder 187

Z. Reynolds Smith Foundation

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Community Health Education for Teens, 1980-1982.

About 200 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

An outgrowth of the Black Churches Project, Community Health Education for Teens trained adolescents in leadership development, knowledge of health and community resources, and technical information in critical areas such as sexuality, alcohol and drugs, relationships with parents, schools, and peers, and the development of career skills.

Folder 188


Folder 189

Quarterly Reports

Folder 190


Folder 191

Bibliography for Grant Efforts

Folder 192

Budget Updates

Folder 193


Folder 194

Certificates of Appreciation

Folder 195

Community Advisory Board

Folder 196

Consent Forms

Folder 197


Folder 198

Correspondence with Churches

Folder 199

Crump, Regan: Initial Project Proposal

Folder 200

Crump, Regan: The Perceptions of Rural Black Teenagers Concerning Environmental Factors which Influence their Health and Health-Related Behaviors

Folder 201

Demographic Questionnaire

Folder 202

DiGilio, Deborah: The Community Health Education for Teens Project: Evidence of the Diffusion Process

Folder 203

Fieldwork Learning Objectives

Folder 204

Final Report

Folder 205

Final Report-Materials

Folder 206

Fun Activities

Folder 207

Funding Sources

Folder 208

Goldston Medical Center

Folder 209

Informed Consent Forms

Folder 210


Folder 211

Intergenerational Interviews

Folder 212

Interview Guides

Folder 213

Job Applicants

Folder 214

Knowledge Pre-test and Post-test

Folder 215

Logs and Goals

Folder 216

Needs Assessment

Folder 217


Folder 218

Participants' Feedback

Folder 219

Planning Sessions

Folder 220

Project Description

Folder 221

Project Origins

Folder 222

Project Proposal

Folder 223

Reaction Sheets

Folder 224

Rural Health Care Conference

Folder 225


Folder 226

2nd Cycle

Folder 227

Service Committee

Folder 228

Sessions Agree/Disagree 7/7/81

Folder 229

Sessions Alcoholism

Folder 230

Sessions Anatomy

Folder 231

Sessions Birth Control

Folder 232

Sessions Drugs

Folder 233

Sessions Graduation

Folder 234

Sessions Objectives

Folder 235

Sessions Panel on Services

Folder 236

Sessions Relationships with Parents/Authority

Folder 237

Sessions Self-Care

Folder 238

Sessions Self-Esteem

Folder 239

Sessions Sexuality

Folder 240

Teens on the Go Handbook

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. Delta Health Center-General, 1968-1992.

About 200 items

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

This subseries contains materials from the Delta Health Center, a comprehensive health care center in Mound Bayou, Bolivar County, Miss., where Hatch worked in the 1960s. The Center was largely supported by grants from federal programs, particularly those administered through the Office of Economic Opportunity, the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and the Department of Health and Human Services. Researchers interested should also check the more extensive Delta Health Center records contained in collection #4613.

Folder 241


Folder 242


Folder 243

Brown, Roy E.: Starving Children: The Tyranny of Hunger

Folder 244

Census of Black Population in Bolivar County, Mississippi

Folder 245

Community Organizing

Folder 246

Conference on Rural Health and Development

Folder 247

Continuing Education

Folder 248


Folder 249

Dedication Ceremony

Folder 250

Demonstration Garden

Folder 251

Dorsey, L. C.-Correspondence

Folder 252

Dorsey, L. C.-Reports

Folder 253

Family Income

Folder 254

Finch, Willie

Folder 255

Geiger, H. Jack-Articles

Folder 256

Geiger, H. Jack-Correspondence

Folder 257

Geiger, H. Jack-Delta Files Held

Folder 258

Hood, A. P.: The Negro at Mound Bayou

Folder 259

Kark, Sidney: The Origins of Community Oriented Primary Care

Folder 260

Land Dispute

Folder 261


Folder 262

Memoranda, 1972

Folder 263

Mississippi Association for Community Health Care for the Poor

Folder 264

Mound Bayou, Mississippi

Folder 265

Mound Bayou Voice

Folder 266

Noonan, Allan S.

Folder 267

North Bolivar County Development Corporation Board Dispute

Folder 268

North Bolivar County Farm Cooperative

Folder 269

Organizational Structure

Folder 270


Folder 271


Folder 272


Folder 273


Folder 274

Rifkin, Susan B.: Primary Health Care: On Measuring Participation

Folder 275

Self-Help Family Nutrition Cooperative Project

Folder 276

Staff Roster, 1992

Folder 277

Staff Seminar

Folder 278

Steuart, Guy: Training of Rural Community Workers in Health Education

Folder 279

Testimony Before U.S. Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs

Folder 280

Todd, Johnny

Folder 281

Warren Inge Dental Suite

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.4. Delta Health Center-Hatch Materials, 1972-1992.

About 100 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

This section of Delta Health Center materials relates to a leave Hatch took from UNC-CH in 199? in order to spend time at the center interviewing former employees for a book project on the Delta Health Center.

Folder 282


Folder 283

Commonwealth Fund

Folder 284

Crowe, Milburn

Folder 285

Funding Requests

Folder 286

Geiger, H. Jack

Folder 287

Leave Proposal

Folder 288

Letters to Former Staff

Folder 289

Monnett, Martha

Folder 290

North Carolina Rural Health Research Program

Folder 291


Folder 292

Patterson, Essie

Folder 293

Project Proposal

Folder 294

Survey of Early Employees-1981

Folder 295

Technical Report Requirement

Folder 296

Work Plan

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.5. Practical Training in Health Education, 1978-1982.

About 500 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title.

Practical Training in Health Education was a project initiated by the UNC-CH School of Public Health in Cameroon.

Folder 297

Agency for International Development Budget

Folder 298

Agency for International Development Concurrence Requests

Folder 299

Agency for International Development Ministry of Health

Folder 300

Agency for International Development Yaounde

Folder 301

Centre Jean XXIII Seminar

Folder 302

Chamber of Commerce Seminar

Folder 303

Cleanest Village Contest

Folder 304

Coordination Committee

Folder 305

Correspondence, 1978-79

Folder 306

Correspondence, 1980-81

Folder 307

Davies, Michael

Folder 308


Folder 309

Field Reports

Folder 310

Front Line Agents Conference

Folder 311

Health Committee Days

Folder 312

Hygiene and Sanitation Curriculum

Folder 313


Folder 314

Kitui Rural Health

Folder 315

Martens, Ethel

Folder 316

McCharen, Nancy

Folder 317

Memoranda, 1979-80

Folder 318

Memoranda, Undated

Folder 319

Ministry of Public Health

Folder 320


Folder 321

Model Health Centre

Folder 322

Mt. Febe Monastery Seminar

Folder 323

Peace Corps Training

Folder 324

Press Releases

Folder 325

Project Description

Folder 326

Project Paper

Folder 327

Project Proposal

Folder 328

Reports First Annual Report

Folder 329

Reports Ethel Martens Termination Report, April 1979

Folder 330

Reports First Semestrial Report, 28 June 1979

Folder 331

Reports Annual Report, 13 February 1980

Folder 332

Reports Mid-Project Evaluation, 27 March 1980

Folder 333

Reports 18-Month Report, 28 June 1980

Folder 334

Reports 24-Month Report, 31 December 1980

Folder 335

Reports Annual Report, 30 June 1981

Folder 336

Reports Semestrial Report, 31 December 1981

Folder 337

Reports Staff Termination Reports, June-July 1982

Folder 338

Reports Final Year

Folder 339

Research Triangle Institute

Folder 340

Sanitary Education Program

Folder 341

School Health

Folder 342

Site Visit Reports

Folder 343

Staff Orientation

Folder 344


Folder 345

University Centre for Health Sciences

Folder 346

Village Health Centers

Folder 347

Visiting Scholars Program

Folder 348

Visits John Hatch, July 1978

Folder 349

Visits John Hatch, January 1979

Folder 350

Visits Guy Steuart, January 1979

Folder 351

Visits Paul Seaton, May-June 1979

Folder 352

Visits Darryl Candy, September 1979

Folder 353

Visits Paul Seaton, November-December 1979

Folder 354

Visits John Hatch, April 1980

Folder 355

Visits Guy Steuart, June 1981

Folder 356

Visits Preston Schiller, July-August 1981

Folder 357

Visits Eugenia Eng, October 1981

Folder 358

Visits John Hatch, April 1982

Folder 359

Visits Guy Steuart, April 1982

Folder 360

Visits Paul Seaton, May 1982

Folder 361

Work Plan

Folder 362


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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.6. Christian Medical Commission, 1983-1990.

About 100 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

This series documents Hatch's work on the board of the Christian Medical Commission of the World Council of Churches.

Folder 363

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

Folder 364

Activities Report

Folder 365

African Activity Proposal

Folder 366

Black Churches

Folder 367


Folder 368

Caribbean Regional Conference on the Church's Role in Health and Wholeness

Folder 369


Folder 370

Editorial Board

Folder 371

Financing Primary Health Care Programmes

Folder 372

Health, Healing and Wholeness Study Program

Folder 373

Health Ministries

Folder 374

Intensive Colloquy for Health Care Executives

Folder 375

Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation

Folder 376

Meetings Veldhoven, Netherlands, 14-20 January 1985

Folder 377

Meetings Buenos Aires, Argentina, 26-27 July 1985

Folder 378

Meetings Atlanta, Georgia, 20-25 April 1986

Folder 379

Meetings Geneva, Switzerland, 16-24 January 1987

Folder 380

Meetings Tagaytay, Philippines, 11-15 January 1988

Folder 381

Meetings Geneva, Switzerland, 19-20 February 1989

Folder 382

Meetings Moscow, U.S.S.R., 16-28 July 1989

Folder 383

Meetings St. Cergue, Switzerland, 9-10 December 1989

Folder 384

Meetings Tubingen, West Germany, 3-6 July 1990

Folder 385


Folder 386

North American Regional Meeting: "Exploring Christian Understanding of Health and Healing," Chevy Chase, Maryland, 2-6 December 1984

Folder 387

Organizational Mandate and Vision

Folder 388

Pacific Regional Consultation on the Christian Understanding of Health, Healing, and Wholeness, Madang, Papua New Guinea, 23-29 October 1981

Folder 389


Folder 390

Recommendations for Commission, 1990

Folder 391


Folder 392

Southern Asian Regional Consultation on the Christian Understanding of Health, Healing and Wholeness, New Delhi, India, 25-29 August 1980

Folder 393

Staff Meetings-May/July 1989

Folder 394

Training for Change

Folder 395


Folder 396

Work Plan

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.7. Duke-UNC Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center-General, 1988-1991.

About 50 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

This series contains items from the center, one of ten federally funded comprehensive sickle cell centers in the United States.

Folder 397

Annual Meeting of National Sickle Cell Centers

Folder 398

Bibliography of Sickle Cell Policy and Ethics Literature

Folder 399

Clergy Training

Folder 400

Educational Materials

Folder 401


Folder 402

Review 1988-89

Folder 403

Review 1989-90

Folder 404

Review 1990-91

Folder 405

"Sickle Cell Mutual Help Groups"

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.8. Duke-UNC Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center-Lay Volunteer Sickle Cell Education Project, 1990-1994.

About 50 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Materials from the center's Lay Volunteer Sickle Cell Education Project, which raised the level of knowledge of sickle cell disease by training lay people who would be equipped to pass on information in their communities.

Folder 406


Folder 407

"A Lay Educator Approach to Sickle Cell Disease Education"

Folder 408

"Making Our Partnership Count: Sharing Responsibility for Sickle Cell Disease Education"

Folder 409

Project Reports

Folder 410

Project Reports

Folder 411

Session Materials

Folder 412

"Toward Empowering Black Communities to Do Sickle Cell Education"

Folder 413

Training Evaluations

Folder 414

UNC-CH Minority Pre-Graduate Research Experience Program

Folder 415

Volunteer Profiles

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. General Subject Files, 1970-1995.

About 2,500 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title.

This series contains a variety of materials, including correspondence, project reports, information on a specific subjects, course materials, memoranda from Hatch's work on university committees, etc.

Folder 416


Folder 417

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

Folder 418

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Research Opportunities

Folder 419

Ad Hoc Committee of State Level Organizations for Rural Health Care

Folder 420

Ad Hoc Committee on Faculty and Departmental Incentives for Service Activities

Folder 421

Adeniyi, Joshua D. Grant Proposal

Folder 422

Affirmative Action Advisory Committee

Folder 423


Folder 424

African and African-American Studies

Folder 425

African Art

Folder 426

African Methodist Episcopal Church Working Papers

Folder 427

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Trustees

Folder 428

Aging-Piedmont Health Survey of the Elderly

Folder 429


Folder 430

Aging-Unitarian Universalist Service Committee Project

Folder 431

Alumni Association

Folder 432

American Heart Association

Folder 433

American Heart Association-Leadership Reference Manual

Folder 434

American Public Health Association Committee on International Health

Folder 435

American Public Health Association Meetings: Boston, 13-17 November 1988

Folder 436

American Public Health Association Meetings: Chicago, 22-26 October 1989

Folder 437

American Public Health Association Meetings: New York, 30 September-4 October 1990

Folder 438

American Public Health Association Meetings: San Francisco, 24-28 October 1993

Folder 439

American Public Health Association Rural Health Committee

Folder 440

American Red Cross

Folder 441

Aronson, Robert Eric

Folder 442


Folder 443

Arvani-Cordova, Caroline: "A Proposal for Evaluation of the Helping Families Program"

Folder 444

Association of Black Faculty

Folder 445

Atlanta Cancer Surveillance Center

Folder 446

Atwood, Jan

Folder 447

Baby Love Medical Assistance Program

Folder 448

Baer, Hans A.: "The Dialectic of Protest and Accommodation in African-American Religion"

Folder 449

Bakadi, Mukenge

Folder 450

Barnhill, Howard

Folder 451

Bennett, Trude

Folder 452

BioMed 242

Folder 453

Black Church

Folder 454

Black Church and Health Promotion

Folder 455

Black Cultural Center

Folder 456

Black Faculty/Staff Caucus

Folder 457

Black Interdenominational Student Association

Folder 458

Blanchard, Lynn W.

Folder 459

Board Development Proposal

Folder 460


Folder 461

Bowman Gray School of Medicine

Folder 462

Brooks, Clyde

Folder 463

Callan, Anne

Folder 464

Callan, Anne: "The Basics of Stress Management Facilitator Manual"

Folder 465

Cancer Prevention Awareness Program for Black Americans

Folder 466

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Folder 467

Carter Center

Folder 468

Catholic Lay Voluntary Mission Opportunities

Folder 469

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences

Folder 470

Center for Research on Chronic Illness

Folder 471

Center for Rural African-American Studies in Health Project

Folder 472

Center for Studies of the Mental Health of the Aging

Folder 473

Center for the Study of the American South

Folder 474

Center for the Study of the American South-Final Report

Folder 475

Centers for Disease Control

Folder 476

Centers for Disease Control-Workshop on Preterm Delivery and Other Pregnancy Outcomes Among Black Women

Folder 477

Central America

Folder 478

Chapman, Jean

Folder 479

"Characteristics and Needs of Black Caregivers and their Elderly Clients in Personal Care Homes"

Folder 480

Chatham County, North Carolina

Folder 481

Chatham County Environment Project

Folder 482

Child Advocacy

Folder 483

Christian Community Health Fellowship

Folder 484

Church Clippings

Folder 485

Church, Health, and Ministry Articles

Folder 486

Church Journal Bibliography and Statistics

Folder 487

Clark, Septima

Folder 488

Clayton, Eva M.

Folder 489

Committee for Health in Southern Africa

Folder 490

Committee on Faculty-Staff Relations

Folder 491

Committee on Scholarships, Awards and Student Aid

Folder 492

Community Against Substance Abuse Program

Folder 493

Community Environmental Education and Action Project

Folder 494

Community Organization and Development

Folder 495

Comprehensive Examination Questions

Folder 496


Folder 497

Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control

Folder 498

Conference on Community Oriented Primary Care

Folder 499


Folder 500

Cross-Cultural Aspects of Health

Folder 501

Cuban Ministry of Health

Folder 502

Curricula Vitae

Folder 503

Curriculum and Competency Committee

Folder 504


Folder 505

Davis, Donna T., et. al.: "Community-Based Cancer Control: Cultivating Partnerships with Indigenous Community Institutions and Leaders"

Folder 506

Davis, Tom

Folder 507

Dawson, Leonard

Folder 508

Day Care

Folder 509

Dean's Review Committee

Folder 510

DeGraffenreidt, Kermit

Folder 511

Delta Omega

Folder 512

Devellis, Bob

Folder 513

Devellis, Brenda M.

Folder 514


Folder 515

Diamond Street Wholistic Health Center

Folder 516

Dines, George

Folder 517

Dixon, Barbara

Folder 518

Doctoral Curriculum Committee

Folder 519

Doctoral Program

Folder 520

Domiciliary Care Project

Folder 521

Drew-Meharry-Morehouse Consortium Cancer Center

Folder 522

Duke Rural Health Elective

Folder 523

Durham Churches

Folder 524

Durham Field Team

Folder 525

Duval, Jean

Folder 526

Ekeh, Helen

Folder 527

Energy Research and Development Advisory Committee

Folder 528

Eng, Eugenia

Folder 529

Enhancing Public Health Practice: Reaching the Hard-to-Reach

Folder 530

Environmental Health Education

Folder 531

Environmental Racism

Folder 532

Espy, Mike

Folder 533

Established Lectures Committee

Folder 534


Folder 535


Folder 536

Faculty Affairs Task Force

Folder 537

Faculty Council

Folder 538

Faculty Working Group in Documentary Studies

Folder 539

Faculty Working Group in Southern Studies

Folder 540

Family Medicine Faculty Development

Folder 541


Folder 542

Faust, Ginny and Susan Levy: "An Analysis of the Piedmont Vegetable Marketing Cooperative"

Folder 543

Fayetteville State University

Folder 544

Field Examination Question

Folder 545

Field Sanitation

Folder 546

Folk Medicine

Folder 547

Fourth International Workshop on Health in Southern Africa

Folder 548

Foushee, Doris

Folder 549

Freedom from Hunger Foundation

Folder 550

Funding Sources

Folder 551

Galphin, Lil

Folder 552

Gardner, Luanne

Folder 553

Gautreau, Huberte

Folder 554

Geiger, H. Jack

Folder 555

General Baptist State Convention

Folder 556

General Baptist State Convention-Elderly Project

Folder 557

General Baptist State Convention-Maternal and Child Outreach Ministry Project

Folder 558

General Baptist Foundation

Folder 559

Gibson, Patricia A.

Folder 560

Goeppinger, Jean

Folder 561

Grace, Helen

Folder 562

Grand Canyon Group

Folder 563

Green, Larry

Folder 564

Greger-Holt, Nansi

Folder 565

Guma, Mthobeli Phillip

Folder 566


Folder 567

Hargono, Rachmat

Folder 568

Harvard School of Public Health

Folder 569

Hatch Biographical Materials

Folder 570

Hatch Dissertation Conceptual Model

Folder 571

Hatch Personal and Family

Folder 572

Hawk, Marcia: "Biological Agriculture as Innovation: Strategizing Change"

Folder 573

HBHE External Review

Folder 574

HBHE 108

Folder 575

HBHE 109 Course Evaluations

Folder 576

HBHE 240

Folder 577

Healing and the Church

Folder 578

'Health for Minorities by the Year 2000: Closing the Gap' Conference

Folder 579

Health Issues in the Black Community

Folder 580

Health Ministry Coordinators

Folder 581

Health of Minority Children and Teen Parenting

Folder 582

Health Organizations

Folder 583

"Health Promotion within the Faith Community-Hold Out the Lifeline: A Prenatal Mission"

Folder 584

Health/Mental Health Task Force

Folder 585

HEED Community Service Brochure

Folder 586

HEED Department Policy Advisory Council

Folder 587

HEED Faculty Council

Folder 588

HEED Prospective Students

Folder 589

HEED Student Individual Projects

Folder 590

HEED Student Major Paper Guidelines

Folder 591

HEED 108

Folder 592

HEED 109

Folder 593

HEED 160

Folder 594

HEED 171

Folder 595

HEED 202

Folder 596

HEED 204

Folder 597

HEED 232

Folder 598

HEED 252

Folder 599

Heinrich, Sharon

Folder 600

Hester, J. Michael

Folder 601

Hill, Carole E.

Folder 602

Hilton, David: "Health Teaching for West Africa"

Folder 603

Hispanic Health

Folder 604

'Holistic (Comprehensive) Approaches to Addressing HIV Disease in the African American Community: A Challenge to Leadership' Working Conference

Folder 605

Holmes, Anita

Folder 606

Hospice of North Carolina

Folder 607

Housing Assistance Council

Folder 608

Housing for the Elderly

Folder 609

Human Rights

Folder 610

Humphrey, J. B.

Folder 611

"Impact of a Rural Preventive Health Outreach Program on Children's Health"

Folder 612

Institute for Minority Affairs

Folder 613

Institute of Medicine Report on the State of U.S. Public Health

Folder 614

Interdenominational Health and Human Services Committee

Folder 615

Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers Program

Folder 616

International Health Committee

Folder 617

International Interdisciplinary Conference on Hypertension in Blacks

Folder 618

International Workshop on Health in Southern Africa

Folder 619

Israel, Barbara A.

Folder 620

'Issues Facing the Black Community During a Period of Rapid Change' Conference

Folder 621

Jackson, Ethel

Folder 622

Jackson, James

Folder 623

James, Sherman-Hypertension Study

Folder 624

Johns Hopkins University Health and Child Survival Fellows Program

Folder 625

Johnston County Council on Aging

Folder 626

Jones, Holly

Folder 627

Journal of the South African Black Social Workers Association

Folder 628

Kaiser Family Foundation Health and the Family Conference

Folder 629

Kaplan, Berton H.

Folder 630

Karr, Elisabeth

Folder 631

Kiwasira, Hildegarda

Folder 632

Kramer, Joyce

Folder 633

Kroutil, Larry

Folder 634

Larson, David B.: "The Frequency of Church Attendance, Importance of Religion and Blood Pressure Status"

Folder 635

Lay Advocate Health Project

Folder 636

Learning Resources Center

Folder 637

Liberation and Black Theology

Folder 638

Literature Reviews

Folder 639

Long-Range Planning Committee

Folder 640

Lopez, Laureen

Folder 641

Lowery, Jinnie

Folder 642

Luke and Ruth Wilson Foundation for Education, Health, and Social Policy

Folder 643

Lutheran Aid Association Health Study

Folder 644

Lutheran Church in America

Folder 645

Lutton, Marilyn

Folder 646

Macedonia Baptist Church

Folder 647

Madison Urban Ministry

Folder 648


Folder 649

Mail Lists

Folder 650

Marshall, Ray: "Health Care and Rural Development"

Folder 651

McCharen, Nancy

Folder 652

McGloin, Tim

Folder 653

McKiver, Marshall

Folder 654

Meharry Medical College

Folder 655

MHCH 140

Folder 656

Mhlanga, Eddie

Folder 657

Mid South Foundation

Folder 658

Milio, Nancy: "Self-Care in Urban Settings"

Folder 659

Minority Education

Folder 660

Minority Education Grant Proposal

Folder 661

Minority Student Admissions

Folder 662

Minority Student Concerns

Folder 663

Mittelmark, Maurice B.: "Realistic Outcomes: Lessons from Community-Based Research and Demonstration Programs for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases"

Folder 664

Model Ministries

Folder 665

Monnett, Martha: "Sense of Community in a Rural Mississippi Village"

Folder 666

Morgan, Lucy S.: "A Brief History of the Chatham County Negro Farm and Home Organization"

Folder 667

Mountain View Medical Center Community Health Advisor Training Program

Folder 668

MPH Student Exit Interviews

Folder 669

Msuya, Cleopas S.: "The Integration of Traditional Concepts of Health, Disease and Healing with Modern Health Systems"

Folder 670

Mukhtar, Awad A.

Folder 671

NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund Conference: "An African American Health Care Agenda: Strategies for Reforming an Unjust System"

Folder 672

National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer

Folder 673

National Cancer Institute-Advisory Committee of the Cancer Prevention Awareness Program for Blacks

Folder 674

National Cancer Institute-Cancer Risk Reduction Awareness Program for Black Americans

Folder 675

National Cancer Institute-Cervical Cancer Control: A Black Church Education Program

Folder 676

National Cancer Institute-Hatch Reports

Folder 677

National Cancer Institute-Reports

Folder 678

National Federation of Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers

Folder 679

National Health Service Corporation

Folder 680

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

Folder 681

National Institutes of Health Women's Health Initiative

Folder 682

National Medical Fellowships Community-Based Training Fellowship Program for Minority Medical Students

Folder 683

National Society to Prevent Blindness

Folder 684

Native Americans

Folder 685

Negro Farm and Home Organization of Chatham County

Folder 686

Network of Community-Oriented Educational Institutions for Health Sciences

Folder 687


Folder 688

Norris, Le'mont T.

Folder 689

North Carolina Agricultural Marketing Project

Folder 690

North Carolina Central University Center for Health Promotion

Folder 691

North Carolina Central University International Conference on Health, Education and Development: Reducing Infant Mortality and Improving the Health of the Underserved

Folder 692

North Carolina Coalition for High Blood Pressure Control

Folder 693

North Carolina Department of Administration

Folder 694

North Carolina Division of Aging Conference-Independence, Dignity and Good Health: Promoting Positive Aging

Folder 695

North Carolina Health Promotion Institute Planning Committee

Folder 696

North Carolina Minority Health Center

Folder 697

North Carolina Public Health Association

Folder 698

North Carolina Rural Health Research Program

Folder 699

North Carolina Student Rural Health Coalition

Folder 700

O'Bryant Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church

Folder 701

Olden, Kenneth

Folder 702

Omondi, Lucas

Folder 703

Orange-Chatham Comprehensive Health Services

Folder 704

Outreach Seminar

Folder 705

Pan-Methodist Coalition

Folder 706

Parish Nursing

Folder 707

Pastoral Care

Folder 708

Patrick, Ralph C.

Folder 709

Penn Center

Folder 710

Petlane, Mokuba

Folder 711

Physicians for Human Rights

Folder 712

Piedmont Health Survey of the Elderly

Folder 713

Plain View Health Center

Folder 714

Primus-Heath, Bobbie

Folder 715

Prince Hall Shriners and Daughters of Isis Cancer Awareness Surveys

Folder 716

Private Voluntary Organizations and International Development

Folder 717

Program on the Integration of Indigenous and Modern Medical Systems

Folder 718

Project LIFE

Folder 719

Project Proposals Dietary Patterns and Health Action

Folder 720

Project Proposals Dietary Patterns and Health Action

Folder 721

Project Proposals Domiciliary Care in North Carolina: Response to Ethnic Differences

Folder 722

Project Proposals Family and Household Hypertension Project

Folder 723

Project Proposals Issues Facing the Black Community During a Period of Rapid Change

Folder 724

Project Proposals Minority Aging Center

Folder 725

Project Proposals Proposal to Develop a Demonstration Model of a Community-Based Action Research Organization in a Rural County in North Carolina

Folder 726

Project Proposals Rural Black Community Development

Folder 727

Project Proposals Rural Risk Reduction, Repair and Consultation: Technical Assistance for Chatham County Low-Income Homeowners

Folder 728

Project Proposals Senegal

Folder 729

Project Proposals Social and Cultural Factors in Stroke Rehabilitation

Folder 730

Project Proposals Sudan Bull Ox Plowing

Folder 731-733

Folder 731

Folder 732

Folder 733

Public Health Leadership Doctoral Program

Folder 734

Public Health Practice Search Committee

Folder 735

Race and Ethnicity in Modern Societies

Folder 736

Ramsey, Gloria

Folder 737

Reid, Laverne

Folder 738

Religious Climate and Scales

Folder 739

Religious Research Bibliography

Folder 740

Report of Chancellor's Study Commission on the Role of the School of Public Health

Folder 741

Report on National Conference on the Black Church's Role in the Healing Process

Folder 742

Richmond, Brian

Folder 743

Richmond Quits Smoking Together

Folder 744

The Rockefeller Foundation

Folder 745

Rodale Press

Folder 746

Rull, Carla

Folder 747

Rural and Cross-Cultural Health Group

Folder 748

Rural Community Environmental Education Project

Folder 749

Rural Health Promotion Resource Center

Folder 750

Rural Health Team

Folder 751

Rural Practice Project

Folder 752

Rural Primary Care

Folder 753

Ruth Mott Fund

Folder 754

St. Mark's A.M.E. Zion Church

Folder 755

Saint Mary's University

Folder 756

School Desegregation

Folder 757

Scott, Pamela

Folder 758

Sea Island Comprehensive Health Care Corporation

Folder 759

Search Committee for Community-Based Public Health Practice Faculty

Folder 760

Second Chance Mission of Hope

Folder 761

'Serving Underserved Communities: Survival Strategies for Rural Health Care in the 1980's' Conference

Folder 762


Folder 763

Shaw Divinity School

Folder 764

Shaw-Speaks Community Center-Correspondence with Ruth Mott Fund

Folder 765

Shaw-Speaks Community Center Health Promotion Project

Folder 766

Sheps, Cecil G.

Folder 767

Sheps Fellowship Program

Folder 768

Shirley, Aaron

Folder 769

Short Course-Community Health and Development: Program Plan and Design

Folder 770

Sidbury, Gary

Folder 771

Sidel, Ruth and Victor

Folder 772

Snipes, Felicia

Folder 773

Snyder, Grady

Folder 774

Society for Public Health Education

Folder 775

Sorenson, James R.

Folder 776

South Africa Articles

Folder 777

South Africa African National Congress

Folder 778

South Africa Centre for Epidemiological Research in Southern Africa

Folder 779

South Africa Correspondence

Folder 780

South Africa Durban Child Welfare Society

Folder 781

South Africa Health and Child Survival Fellows Program

Folder 782

South Africa Health and Development in South Africa Project

Folder 783

South Africa Mozambique Ministry of Health

Folder 784

South Africa Progressive Primary Health Care Network

Folder 785

South Africa South African Black Social Workers Association

Folder 786

South Africa South African Council for Child and Family Welfare

Folder 787

South Africa South African Council of Churches

Folder 788

South Africa South African Domestic Workers Union

Folder 789

South Africa South African Health Workers Congress

Folder 790

South Africa University of the Western Cape School of Public Health

Folder 791

South Africa University of the Witwatersrand Centre for the Study of Health Policy

Folder 792

South Africa The Valley Trust Project

Folder 793

South Carolina AIDS Project

Folder 794

South Carolina Coalition for Public Health

Folder 795

South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

Folder 796

South Carolina Methodist Health Data

Folder 797

South Carolina Rural Health Clinics

Folder 798

Southern Oral History Program

Folder 799

Specific Health Interventions in Churches

Folder 800

Spelman College Health Awareness Project for the Elderly

Folder 801

Steuart, Guy

Folder 802

Stokes, George

Folder 803

Strategic Planning Committee 1987

Folder 804

Strategic Planning Committee 1988

Folder 805

Strategic Planning Committee 1989

Folder 806

Strategic Planning Committee 1990

Folder 807

Strategic Planning Committee 1991

Folder 808

Stucki, Jon

Folder 809

Student Addresses

Folder 810


Folder 811

Task Force on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Students and Faculty

Folder 812

Technical Assistance Committee

Folder 813

Technical Assistance Project for Health Education and Training in Primary Health Care

Folder 814

Teens with Tots

Folder 815

Traditional Healing in Africa

Folder 816

Tuskegee Veterans Administration Medical Center

Folder 817

UNC-CH School of Public Health Alumni Association

Folder 818

UNC-CH School of Public Health Black Faculty

Folder 819

UNC-CH School of Public Health Faculty-Staff Directory

Folder 820

UNC-CH School of Public Health Minority Activities, 1970-1973

Folder 821

UNC-CH School of Public Health Minority Issues, 1980

Folder 822

UNC-CH School of Public Health Minority Issues, 1988

Folder 823

UNC-CH School of Public Health Mission Statement

Folder 824

UNC-CH School of Public Health Registration, Fall 1985

Folder 825

UNC-CH School of Public Health Registration, Fall 1987

Folder 826

UNC-CH School of Public Health Registration, Spring 1988

Folder 827

UNC-CH School of Public Health Registration, Fall 1988

Folder 828

UNC-CH Wage-Hour Policy

Folder 829

United Church of Christ: "Health Care in the Black Community"

Folder 830

United Methodist Church Health and Welfare Ministries Program Department 1985

Folder 831

United Methodist Church Health and Welfare Ministries Program Department 1986

Folder 832

United Methodist Church Health and Welfare Ministries Program Department 1992

Folder 833

United Methodist Church Health and Welfare Ministries Program Department 1993

Folder 834

United Methodist Church Health and Welfare Ministries Program Department 1994

Folder 835

United Presbyterian Church

Folder 836

United South End Settlements Harriet Tubman Area Project Outreach

Folder 837

United Support of Artists for Africa

Folder 838

University of South Carolina

Folder 839

University of Virginia Health Sciences Center

Folder 840

University of Virginia Intensive Colloquy in Health Care Ethics for Religious Leaders

Folder 841

Urban Health

Folder 842

Visiting Scholars

Folder 843

West Tennessee Area Health Education Center

Folder 844

White House Health Professionals Review Group

Folder 845

Whitehead, Tony

Folder 846

Whole-Person Medicine

Folder 847

Wilkins, Craig S.

Folder 848

Willie, Charles V.: "Why and How to Involve People of Disadvantaged Circumstances in Governing Boards of Comprehensive Health Training Agencies"

Folder 849

Wilson, Glenn

Folder 850

Winge, Renee

Folder 851

Wise, Leah

Folder 852

W. K. Kellogg Foundation 1990

Folder 853

W. K. Kellogg Foundation 1991

Folder 854

W. K. Kellogg Foundation 1991

Folder 855

W. K. Kellogg Foundation 1992

Folder 856

W. K. Kellogg Foundation 1993

Folder 857

W. K. Kellogg Foundation 1994

Folder 858

World Council of Churches: "Towards an Ecumenical Commitment for Resource Sharing"

Folder 859

World Health Organization

Folder 860

Wu, David

Folder 861

Yang, Shu-Ting Serena: "A Buddharma Drug Rehabilitation Institute: Incorporating Buddhist Resources into Drug Rehabilitation Programs in Taiwan"

Folder 862


Folder 863


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3 items.

Videotapes from the Community Health Education for Teens project (see Subseries 2.2).

Videotape VT-4801/1

Scenes from opening session of the project including a skit

1/2" Open Reel Video

Videotape VT-4801/2

Speech from an unidentified session

1/2" Open Reel Video

Videotape VT-4801/3

Project's graduation ceremony

1/2" Open Reel Video

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