Medical rehabilitation--Study and teaching
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Abstract Clinton Lee Compere was a professor of orthopedic surgery at Northwestern's Medical School and, as a founding member of Northwestern's Rehabilitation Engineering Program (REP), nationally recognized as an authority on rehabilitation engineering. His main focus was the improvement of prosthetic devices for the physically handicapped. Compere participated actively in the development of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) to one of the best rehabilitation hospitals in the country. The...
Dates: 1954-1991; Other: Date acquired: 06/02/2011
Abstract This collection contains an extensive report on the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine in Northwestern Unviersity's Medical School, for a limited span of years, circa 1979-1981. The most significant categories include the curricula vitarum of the principal members of the faculty, records of recent faculty publications and grants awarded, and budget information. There are also minutes of departmental meetings, information on volunteer faculty and vital statistics on the Institute.
Dates: ca. 1979-1981