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Abstract Malcolm T. MacEachern was a medical doctor, professor, and a proponent for the development of hospital standardization, inspection, and certification as mechanisms for the improvement of medical care. In 1943 he founded the Program in Hospital Administration at Northwestern University and directed that program from its inception to 1955. Malcolm T. MacEachern's papers fill 21 boxes, span the period 1907-1993, but date largely from the period of MacEachern’s most intense professional activity,...
Dates: 1907 - 1993
Abstract Manuscript outlining a proposal for the creation of a council to support and advise independent hospitals in Chicago.
Abstract Manuscript written by Wendell J.S. Krieg of the Northwestern University Medical School outlining trends in neuroscience research and plans for a neurological research and treatment facility to be included as part of a proposed Morton Hospital.