University of Kansas School of Medicine - Jayhawker MD Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)
- Class of 1982
Page 1 of 240
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AWARDS - 1981-1982
DR. WISNER - PSYCHIATRY
CHOSEN BY CLASS OF E81 AND E82
DR. SVOBODA - PATHOLOGY
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Presented each year to the teacher
or administrator who seems to go out of
his or her way to make life a 'triflel
difficult for medical students. The SIL-
VER STALLION is of course a tool
that in its normal course of use gives the
subject under examination a real
reaming. How fitting it is that this instru-
ment symbolizes the frustration and
paranoia that medical students experience
when dealing with the infamous re-
cipients of this famous award. This year's
recipient of this coveted award stands
alone and ranks right up there with other
great figures in world history, like
Godzilla, Attila the Hun, and Dr. Jeckyl.
This year's winner for loserj is
Dean Dunn. Dr. Marvin Dunn in his brief
tenure as dean has already managed
to endear himself to the medical student.
We do not mean to imply that Dr.
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from it by all reports, he is an excel-
lent physician and a concerned teacher. It
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Some of Them, Anyway
Typical boring staff portrait picture.
L to R - Nancy, Rex, Craig,
Kathy, Debbie, Mike, and Rick.
Note: Rare pictures of Rex Keith
and Kathy Gromer - they're usual-
ly on the other side of the camera or
in the darkroom.
"We,re going to climb the stairway to para-
After a semester and a half of sheer torture
the staff made a suicide pact to jump off the
balcony of Battenfeld.
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hardships in their heroic efforts to
produce the yearbook Here seen
at our meeting in Greece we had to
drink the ouzo before it melted our
plastic cups Note Kathy 8a Rex in
Craig Lapin 8: Becky Durano selling yearbooks. "Are
you sure this is how Herff Jones started?
Medical Students Assembly
The MSA hard at work. This year the Jay
hawker M.D. was a project of the MSAQ their
representation here in the yearbook is not a
American Tourists! You can dress Nan
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AMWA believes in equal opportunity functions - inviting both women AND men to their functions.
Director Britt Thedinger and Board
Members of the Note Service discuss
on the terrace of the Alameda Plaza
Hotel the upcoming annual BOD meet-
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Thank you fellow subscribers!
The Student nion Committee
Dr. Yarmat is adjusting his glasses, not thumbing his The Committee meeting over lunch
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They came from all areas of medicine to join in
Small group Bible studies fortify and strengthen the inner man for
the coming week.
The "Stringfield Strings" -- someone try to keep time
Choosing a song the musicians can play.
0 Years Ago
a group of students at Northwestern University Medical
School felt a strong need to be related to other Christians in
medicine, and Christian Medical Society was born.
Christian Medical Society has 5,000 members in
medicalfdental practice, and in rnedicalfdental schools.
These members have banded together to servejesus Christ
through their profession.
Gal. 5:13. "Through love, serve one another."'
A time for individual shar
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FURTHERIN G OUR EDUCATION
d d Resrdents Dr Syed Hussain Dr Alan McBr1de Dr
Chlef Occupatlonal Theraplst Lynn Luedke an stu ent
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The senior nursing class of 1982 has selected Jean Lorson as the recipient of the 12th
annual Jayhawker RN Award. This award is presented to the instructor who the students
feel has created the most effective learning experience and who represents high profession-
alism in the nursing field.
Jean graduated from Marymount College in Salina, Kansas, with a BSN in 1976, Mag-
na Cum Laude. She was selected for "Whois Who Among Students in American Universi-
ties and Colleges." Jean spent four weeks in England completing a maternity course at a
500 bed maternity unit. In 1979, she completed her MSN in Maternal Child Nursing at
the University of Kansas and was selected as the recipient of the Jean Johnson Research
Award by the KU Nurses Alumni Association.
Jean has worked at Asbury Hospital as a staff and charge nurse in Labor and Delivery
and Postpartum nursing, then at KU as a staff and charge nurse in OB Gyn Surgical unit
Jean joined the faculty at KU in 1978 as a teaching assistant and in 1979 became a ma-
ternal health nursing instructor. Beyond teaching at KU, Jean has been an inservice in-
structor in charge of 6 weeks nursing course and co-ordinator of parent education at Shaw-
nee Mission Medical Center.
Jean is a member of such professional organizations as the American Nurses Associ-
ation, Sigma Theta Tau, and the Kansas City chapter of Nurses' Christian Fellowship.
Jean has contributed to nursing knowledge and education with many significant presen-
tations, papers and publications.
Jean makes her home in Prairie Village, Kansas, and will be leaving KU to be married in
May, 1982. She and her future husband, Gene, will be living in Emporia, Kansas.
Jean, the 1982 Senior Nursing Class applauds you!
The senior nursing class 'of 1982 has selected Dr. Thomas L. Pazdernik as a recipient of
the first annual Best Educator Award. This award goes to a nursing or science professor,
who has demonstrated excellence in the educational curriculum of the baccalaureate nurse
program and contributed to a positive and stimulating classroom learning experience.
Dr. Pazdernik has taught pharmacology to KU nursing students since 1973. His unique
computer-study system has offered challenging feedback to students as Phelix, who origi-
nated in 1970, responds, interacts, and calls you by name, on 65 CAI programs written by
Dr. Pazdernik. The system is based on the "Keller System' which stresses making achieve-
ment constant and learning time a variable. Nursing Pharmacology originated as a 2 credit
course, but now has progressed to its present more in-depth two 2 credit courses, Pharm I
and II. Dr. Pazdernik has authored the Nursing Pharmacology Synopsis Editions I and II.
Dr. Pazdernik hails from Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. He completed his undergraduate
work at the College of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, received an M.S. in pharmacy
at the University of Minnesota, and completed a PhD in Medicinal Chemistry at the Uni-
versity of Kansas in 1971. He was a post-doctoral research associate at KU, training in Im-
munopharmacology in 1971-73. In 1976, he was a visiting scientist to the University of
Helsinki in Finland. Since 1977, he has been an Associate Professor in the Department of
Pharmacology at KU.
He is the director of nursing pharmacology courses, lecturing in general principles of
pharmacology and chemotherapy.
He is a member of several professional societies, has been the recipient of countless
grants and awards, and has collaborated or singly written many publications in his field.
But what stands out to nursing students is Dr. Pazdernik's sincerity and concern in help-
ing students learn beyond the classroom, the many hours he is available to students at the
computers, and his positive ability to interact with students.
Dr. Pazdernik, with esteem we bestow upon you this notable honor of excellence in edu-
The senior nursing class of 1982 is proud to announce Betty L. Hopping as a recipient
for the first annual Best Educator Award. This award is given for excellence in classroom
teaching and for creating stimulating positive learning experiences for nursing students.
Betty comes from Topeka, Kansas, where she took her nursing training at Stormont Vail
Hospital School of Nursing. She completed her BSN at Central Missouri State University
and received an MSN at the University of Kansas in 1976. She has completed an Ed.D.,
except for her dissertation, at KU.
Today Betty is an Assistant Professor of Medical-Surgical Nursing at KU. In the area of
Research, Betty has completed two studies of nursing students attitudes toward death and
dying. Her current research pursuit is a Concept Analysis of Empathy. Betty has taught
courses in Nursing of Adults, Advanced Nursing, Inquiry into Death and Grief, Nursing
Assessment of the Adult Oncology Patient, and a number of independent studies.
Betty has been honored and awarded the Graduate Award from Sigma Theta Tau in
1976, the Jayhawker RN Award as Outstanding Teacher in 1977 and 1981, and the ,
Amoco Distinguished Teaching Award in 1980. She is a member of the American Nurses
Association, Sigma Theta Tau, and Phi Kappa Phi.
Because of Betty's positive and enthusiastic teaching style, her acknowledgement of her
students as professionals, and her solid and current nursing knowledge, we esteem her as an
outstanding nurse educator.
Congratulations, Betty, from the class of ,82.
COMING THIS SPRING
KU - TV . .
Sandy Cole, Lawrence, Lawrence Memorial, Orthopedics
Cinda Bradley, Kansas City, KUMC, Hematology
Pamela Saltzman, R.N., Overland Park, Med-Surg. Nursing
Elaine Swinehart, R.N., Kansas City, St. Luke's Hospital, Obstetrics
Thomas Shirk, R.N., Adok, Alaska to Rota, Spain, US Navy, Flexible
Ruth Harrell, R.N., Kansas City, KUMC, Cardiothoracic ICU
Mary Gatrel, R.N., Kansas City, Research Medical Center, ICU Y
Debby Haskins, Kansas City, KUMC, Pediatrics
Patty Morin, R.N., Overland Park, Shawnee Mission Medical Center, Med-Surg. Nursing
Wilma Jackson, R.N., Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Rehab
Mary Brown, Kansas City, KUMC, Oncology
Carolyn Jewell, R.N., Overland Park, Shawnee Mission Medical Center, Alcoholism Recovery
Mariane McCowen, Kansas City, St. Luke,s Hospital, Surgical ICU
Marcia Bailey, Kansas City, KUMC, Pediatrics
Patty Wilhelm, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical ICU
Laura Nelson, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical ICU
Lisa McKee, Kansas City, Bethany, Medical ICU
Susal Kadel, Kansas City, ICU
Christine Dillon, Kansas City, KUMC, ICU f Flexible
Rebecca Durano, Kansas City, KUMC, Surgical ICU
Sharon Carlson, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Surgical ICU
Emily Owens, Kansas City, Surgical ICU
Trish Francoeur, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Coronary ICU
Denise Degner, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical ICU
Julie Taylor, Wichita, Pediatrics V
Paula Wehner, Kansas City, Surgical or Coronary ICU
Cheryl Wright, Kansas City, Providence-St. Margaret's Hospital, E.R.
Patty Gibson, Kansas City, Providence-St. Margaret's Hospital, Med-Surg.
.Ioan Yoakum, Kansas City, Flexible
Melinda Schauf, Kansas City or Lawrence, Providence-St. Margaret or Lawrence Memorial, Med-Surg. f Flexi
Lisa Stoops, Flexible, depending on where husband goes
Karen McFarland, Kansas City, St. Lukeis Hospital, Renal
Shelly Brown, Kansas City, KUMC, Cardiology
Nancy Briggs, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical ICU
Dawn Johnson, Kansas City, Flexible
Susan Oehmke, Kansas City, St. Luke's Hospital, Neuro ICU
Pam Olson, Med-Surg. nursing
Tracey Ash, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Surgery Floor
Lisa Lawler, College Station, Texas, St. Josephas Hospital, Surgical ICU
Shelley Pottorf, Kansas City, Bethany, Primary Surgical Unit
Kari Camp, Kansas City, KUMC, Medical Nursing
Lori Marr, Kansas City, Bethany, Primary Surgical Unit
Ruth Lucky, Colby, Kansas, Thomas County Hospital, Med-Surg. Nursing
Theresa Vantuyl, Leavenworth, VA Hospital, ICU
Pat Brenneis, Kansas City, KUMC, Pediatrics
Leanne Schmidt, Kansas City, Surgical ICU
Lynn Bridge, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Surgical Nursing
Paula Flattery, Calcutta, India, Missionary, Hospice
Niles Burkett, Seattle, Washington, E.R.
Susan McLean, Kansas City, KUMC, Pediatrics
Megan Roberts, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Obstetrics
Robyn Karlin, Chanute, Small Animal Clinic, Cats and Dogs
Margaret Simmons, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Medical Nursing
Joyce Martin, Kansas City, KUMC, Labor and Delivery
Sue Strunk, Thomas, Oklahoma, Thomas Hospital, Critical Care
Terry Schreiber, Kansas City, KUMC, E.R.
Stacia Veal, Kansas City, St. Luke's Hospital, NICU
Amy Nash, Wisconsin, Surgical Nursing
Martha Reimer, Kansas City, KUMC, Neurosurgery
Connie Neal, Kansas City, Bethany Medical Center, Telemetry
Michelle Ternes, Columbia, Mo., Boone County or Columbia Regional Hospi
Valissa Witmer, Kansas City, PsychiatryfDrug-Alcohol Nursing
Nancy Westcott, Overland Park, Suburban Medical Center, Critical Care
Carolyn Rode, Leawood, Baptist Memorial Hospital, Cardiopulmonary ICU
Nancy Owsley, Kansas City, Trinity Lutheran Hospital, Med-Surg. ICU
Raquel Hernandez, Kansas City, Flexible
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THIS WEEK -
"Altered States", ZAM.
Sandra Tweed, Elizabeth Coon.
No rating available, 1981.
"Bustin' Loosen, 3PM.
ICU Senior Nurses, Excellent, 1982.
Betty Hopping, Jean Heffel, Shirley Veith.
"Beyond the Last Frontiern, 8PM.
Shirley Calvert, Pat Wahlstedt, Gale Hicken.
Cooper. Good, 1982.
"Bedknobs and Broomsticks", 4PM.
Shirley Veith, Fair to Middlin', 1981.
"Winds of the Wasteland", 12AM.
Psych Cast - filmed on location in 2G.
Just fair, 1980.
'4Batty in Outer Spacen, 1AM.
Elizabeth Coon, Good, 1981.
"I'm From Arkansas", 10PM.
Barb Langner, Rene Davis, Very fair, 1981.
Barb Thiessen and Margaret Simmons
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NEW DEVICE TESTED
The newest development in male contraception was unveiled recently at the American,Women's
Surgical Symposium held at the Ann Arbor Medical Center. Dr. Sophia Merkin, of the Merkin Clinic,
announced the preliminary findings of a study conducted on 763 unsuspecting male grad students at a
large midwest university. In her report, Dr. Merkin stated that the new contraceptive - the IPD - was a
breakthrough in male contraception. It will be marketed under the trade name "umbrelly."
The IPD Cintrapenal devicej resembles a tiny folded umbrella which is inserted through the head of the
penis and pushed into the scrotum with a plunger-like instrument. Occasionally there is perforation of the
scrotum, but this is disregarded since it is known that the male has few nerve endings in this area of his
body. The underside of the umbrella contains a spermacidal jelly, hence the name "umbrelly,"
Experiments on a thousand white whales from the Continental Shelf Cwhose sexual apparatus is said to
be closest to man'sJ proved the umbrelly to be 10096 effective in preventing production of sperm, and
eminently satisfactory to the female whale since it doesn't interfere with her rutting pleasure.
Dr. Merkin declared the umbrelly to be statistically safe for the human male. She reported that of the
763 grad students tested with the device, only 2 died of scrotal infection, only 20 experienced swelling of
the tissues, 3 developed cancer of the testicles, and 13 were too depressed to have an erection. She stated
that common complaints ranged from cramping and bleeding to acute abdominal pain. She emphasized
that these symptoms were merely indications that the man's body had not yet adjusted to the device.
Hopefully the symptoms would disappear within a year.
One complication caused by the IPD and briefly mentioned by Dr. Merkin was the incidence of
massive scrotal infection necessitating the surgical removal of the testicles. "But this is a rare case," said
Merkin, "too rare to be statistically important? She and other distinguished members of the Women's
College of Surgeons agreed that the benefits far outweighed the risk to any individual man.
Jo Ann Reckling -lean Heffel
Rita Kay Ryan Judy Tulloch
Doris Geiss: Dr. Carter - have mercy on
us! Don't leave us!
Melba Carter: Well, according to any null
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The key 'LO research is . . . Clendening Library, Dr. Marge Miles: We got the grant! We got the grant!
Dr. Melba Carter: You don't say?
"I think 125mg. of Digoxin is too much." Rosalind
Owensf Colleen Hentzen
They're all insane. Cheers. Marj Wirthman.
I've just got to stop analyzing this apple. Leonie Pallik-
Tuna is medicine for the
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All My Children Qwith Rene Davisj
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Quincy fwith Melba Carterl
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Kay Ryan! Rene Davis
Have you read any good books lately? Geri Neuberger, Betty Tracy, We were just talking about you. Betty Hopping
Sandy Hanson, Edie Hamilton.
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Leaps tall buildings in a single bound
ls more powerful than a locomotive
ls faster than a speeding bullet
Walks on water
Give policy to God
Leaps short buildings in a single bound
ls more poweful than a switch engine
ls just as fast as a speeding bullet
Walks on water if the sea is calm
Talks with God
Leaps short buildings with a running bound
and favorable winds
ls almost as powerful as a switch engine
ls faster than a speeding BB
Walks on water in a swimming pool
Talks with God if a special request is approved
Clears a small hut
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That George Brett asked me for a lab coat and a
Keith Worthington, Honorary Chairman George
A-myo-tro-pic La-ter-al . 1 , sker . . . osis! They expect
me to pronounce that?
Throw me a baseball!
Dr. Gene Budig
Dr. Cthe one and onlyj Waxman Dr, Zeigler
Standing Ovation No longer is the philosophy go home and die
but go home and live. Hope is alive.
JAYHAWKER, M.D. YEARBOOK
Throughout the year we a number of people on the staff, and some who weren't helping us put the book together.
There are some people whom I'm certain we could not have published the yearbook without - they deserve spe-
cial mention: Nancy Westcott fNursingjg Linda Patton CP.T.jg Mike Stiles fE85DQ Linda Lee CE85jg and Debbie
Bettels CE85J. Without Dorothy Siebenalist supporting the editor I can assure you I would have resigned within
the second month! Kathy Gromer, Rex Keith and Tom Porter did double duty in the darkroom and as photogra-
I'd like to thank all those who sent in pictures. You can tell the groups who were organized and contributed since
they have the larger sections: EMICQ Nursingg PTg Rehab. Med.g Dietetics and Nutritiong and E85.
I'd especially like to thank Steve Portz fE82J who was the ONLY senior who sent in any candid shots of the
senior class. This is an explanation why there are very few candid pictures of clinical years.
Mary Beth Finkle
I'd also like to thank my mother and father, without whom none of this would have beeh possible.
Thank you one and all for buying a yearbook.
Craig Lapin, Editor.
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"Orthodox medicine has no known cure for your condition. Fortunately for you, l'm a quack."
THE JOURNAL of the
American Medical Association
Jan 15, 1952 vol 247, NO- 3
Medical Students and Medical School
ON A BRIGHT morning in late August in the early 1980s,
a senior member of a medical school faculty attended an
orientation session being held for incoming freshmen
medical students. It made him feel good when he looked
around the large lecture hall and saw the eager, alert,
enthusiastic, and excited men and women from various
walks of life and a variety of educational backgrounds.
When the dean of the medical school spoke to the new
freshmen students and indicated that they would have to
work harder than they ever had before, the Faculty
Member could almost sense them saying, "That's OK! Let
us at it. Medical school will be an exciting and- rewarding
experience and we're ready. We've been waiting for this
for years." And when the dean talked about the obliga-
tions of medicine, what becoming a physician entailed,
and some of the difficult problems with which they would
have to deal, their expressions became more serious, but
their faces continued to glow with anticipation and the
realization that they were finally going to reach one of the
main ambitions of their lives-to be able to begin the
intense preparation necessary to be physicians.
As the Faculty Member sat looking at the students, he
was saddened when he thought of the gradual transforma-
tion that would take place in them over the next several
months, many would become cynical, some dejected,
others frightened or depressed, and a few filled with
frustration. The joy, the "eager beaver" anticipation they
now had, might never return. As a group, a significant
number of them would experience major changes in the
-way they felt about learning to be physicians and in
meeting the challenges of medical school.
The Faculty Member was a pediatrician and as he sat
there, he happened to think of similar changes he had seen
in some children who had been placed in foster homes. As
he thought of those children, he pondered. "If I were to
become aware of a group of eager, happy, alert children
who started out being spontaneous and joyful, but became
From the Department ot Pediatrics andthe Office of the Associate Dean of
Admissions, University of Colorado School ot Medicine, Denver.
Reprint requests to Department of Pediatrics, University ot Colorado
School of Medicine, 4200 E Ninth Ave, Denver, CO 80262 fDr Silverj.
JAMA, Jan 15, 1982-Vol 247, NO. 3
dejected, depressed, frightened, and frustrated after being
placed in foster homes for a period of a few months, I
would be concerned that something terrible had been done
to them. I would feel morally and legally bound to report
the foster parents to the appropriate authorities because
the foster parents might have been guilty of having caused
these changes in the children."
He knew that parents and foster parents sometimes
abused children and he wondered whether some for
perhaps manyl medical students were also abused after
they entered medical school, which in many ways served
as a foster home for the students for several years. He
asked himself, "Is it possible that medical school is a place
where medical students are actually abused? If it is so,
how should this possibility be dealt with? Should it be
brought to the attention of the faculty? How would they
respond? Would they deny the possibility of abuse? Would
they downplay the changes in the students by attributing
them to a variety of other causes? Would some members
of the faculty declare that it had always been this way,
that it was inevitable and right for medical students to
feel as they did, and that there was no reason to try to
change it? Would others say that, 'Everyone needs to have
this experience. It's good for them. It will help them to be
better doctors.'?" The Faculty Member didn't know how to
As he sat there, his thoughts went back to the time
more than 20 years earlier when he had worked with Dr
Henry Kempe and they had first become involved in
studying child abuse and what Dr Kempe was to call "the
battered child syndrome." At that time they had contacted
physicians in hospitals as well as in private practice, to
find out if the unexplained physical changes and other
evidence of child abuse they had noticed in children in
Denver were being seen by others. Most of those they
questioned denied having ever seen similar children unless
the children had come from families where drunken,
ignorant, or mentally disturbed parents had abused them.
Dr Kempe and the Faculty Member were assured that
child abuse never occurred in "nice" families. Some
physicians suggested that the changes Kempe and his
Medical students-silver 309
colleagues had seen in the children might have been
produced accidentally or have been due to some unex-
plained illness, or a metabolic disorder, or to some, as yet,
unknown factor. Still others suggested that what they
were seeing was part of the normal spectrum of growing
up Cwhatever that might meanj and that it was the
parents' for foster parents'J God-given right to raise
children as they deemed best. It was pointed out that
parents, from time immemorial, had had the right to deal
with children as they wished, and it was going against
nature to suggest that parents who were not drunk or
stupid or psychotic might produce significant harm in
their children. This group of physicians thought that it
would be unconscionable to interfere with parental rights
particularly when the parents who abused their children
protested that they loved them.
At this point, because of the similarities in the changes
that took place in medical students and in abused
children, the Faculty Member was ready to conclude that
in both groups they were the result of the same
condition-avoidable, unnecessary, and harmful abuse: a
malady that had long existed in young children but had
either not been recognized or, if recognized, ignored. Was
it possible thatthe same disturbance was also going
unrecognized or ignored in medical students?
The Faculty Member knew that child abuse was quite
common. Could medical-student abuse also be common?
Under Dr Kempe's leadership, we learned how to recog-
nize child abuse, became aware of some of the reasons
for child abuse, determined how to help those who were
abusing children, and found ways to prevent and overcome
some of the harm that occurred to those who had been
afflicted. Was it possible that we now needed to determine
fhe causes, frequency, treatment, and prevention of abuse
in medical students just as we had determined them in
Dr Kempe and the Faculty Member had wondered many
years before, "How does one bring this problem out into
the open when it involves parents and foster parents who
appear to be decent, intelligent people and give no
apparent evidence to others of being abusive? How could
one even mention the possibility that these people were
doing something terrible to those in their trust?" The
Faculty Member had similar reservations about bringing
this to the attention of medical school faculty. He knew
that abuse, if it did occur in medical school, was not
limited to the Hrst quarter, the first year, or the first two
years of medical school and that most students went
through medical school without experiencing anything
that' might be considered to be abuse. He wondered
whether the abuse, when it occurred, was direct and overt
or was disguised in, various forms. And then he thought,
"Maybe my suspicions are unfounded. Maybe none of the
students are being abused. Maybe I'm just allowing my
imagination to run wild. Maybe what medical students
experience and how they respond is a necessary part of
becoming a doctor. Maybe it is actually good for them to
go through what they do. Maybe I am wrong. Maybe I
should just forget about it .... "
Or maybe the Faculty Member is right. And if he is,
what are we going to do about it?
HENRY K. SILVER, MD
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Dr. Zucker - Needs more sleep.
Donlt we all?
Dr. Kepes - A nasty love triangle, Stan Gilbert, Dr.
K and Microscope.
Dr. Sprinz - He of the voluminous handouts.
I wouldn't be caught dead in Pathology.
Dr. Svoboda - Anyone who brings their dog to
work is a good guy.
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Chapmanl and I-lis Co-Workersz administered
Damnitolgto 114 selected, unsuspecting, indi-
vidualistic college graduates whose major fields
of study had included Psychology, Language,
political science, Literature, etc. The patients
were selected for the study by an interviewing
technique approximately one year before their
presentation for treatment in September, 1964.
After observing their behavior for two weeks,
Damnitol therapy was begun with forced in-
The 114 subj ects initially presented
wearing letter sweaters, sweat suits, ski
pants, mining lamps, jump suits, West Point
uniforms, bib o v e r all s, pith helmets,
fatigue jackets and other assorted apparel.
After 1 week of Damnitoltgp therapy all 114
appeared wearing white shirts,ties, khaki
pants, and black shoes. This result was
considered gratifying by Chapman and
associates. However, after observing the
seven female members of the group for
over a week, the experimenters concluded
that there was s o m e t h i n g inappropriate
about dressing females in white shirts, ties,
khaki pants, and black shoes. The dosage of
Damnltol was therefore lowered, and the
females were instucted to wear white
shirts, ties, khaki pants and brown shoes.
lnitital result: 1002, compete conformity
Long term result: 93.92, complete con-
.One p h e n o m e n o n, herein termed "The
hissing response", was interpreted by the
expertimenters as an accurate index of
rebellion and non-conformity. The slightest
p r o v o c a ti o n of the experimental group
would evoke this response during early
weeks of study. However, the biochemistry
department hired a Spanish Bullfighter who
hid a syringe of Damnitol in his cape.
Leaping violently around the Wahl Hall
East lecture room, he injected all 114 ex-
perimental subj ects. The generalized
"hissing response" was never heard again,
although in one isolated instance two stu-
dents 'were observed hissing at each other
over a square-wave stimulator.
Result: 98.22, complete cessation of
After several months of study, the re-
bellion potential of the group was tested
by means of a challenge experiment. A noted
instructor, who himself drank copious
amounts of water while lecturing, ad-
monished his coffee-drinking audience by
informing them that "the lecture room is
not a cafe". Legend has it that one student
whispered, "neither is it a watering trough"
from the rear of the roomg but the other
113 group members obediently emptied
their coffee cups on their heads, remaining
Result: 99.22, complete cessation of
Members of the experimental group grew
to actually enjoy their drug therapy. At
day's end, they all gathered in the'Ha11s
of Wahl to exhibit their appreciation with
a quaint chant: "Damnitolsm, to the Jigger,
Damnitolq, to the Jigger" ad infinitum.
l. Chapman, John:"Damitol Bastard
Who's the Real Dean" J. KU Med.
School. 69:609-690, 1969
2. Co-Workers, His. "How to get your
name in print and other Fables" Sat.
Afternoon Post. 69:69, 1969.
Consider intramuscular Damnitolg, for habitual non-conformits in your practice.
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Down a bright lighted hallway,
Cute nurse standing there-
Sweet smell of her perfume,
Rising up through the air.
As I walked to the distance,
Along the yellow striped tile
My palms grew sweaty but my mind was set-
I had to stroke for a while!
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Was going to be heaven or possibly hell-
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But all they said was "BALL!!!"
Welcome to the HOTEL SPERMATOZOA,
Such a lovely place-such a lovely space.
Plenty of room at the Hotel Spermatozoa
Any night or day, you can come to play.
My mind's a little bit twisted
As I'm doing my job.
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That I call throbs.
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Good balls I remember, so hard to forget!
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"Please bring me my vial!"
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just another wet dream!
Welcome to the HOTEL SPERMATOZOA
What a lovely place, lots of lovely space!
There strokin' it up at the Hotel Spermatozoa
What a nice surprise, see the organ rise!
Stroking's almost over,
I sip my drink with ice.
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for a good look-
Dr. Krantz and esteemed colleagues
Another chapter for the book.
Last thing I remember, I was shooting on
I had to find my passage back to the place
I was before.
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programmed to donate-
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tomorrow don't be Iate!"
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to get a good exercise test.
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He's Marvin Dunn, King of the murmur,
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seen roaming the halls of Bell Memorial Cprobably
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The Nebraska Plan
By Donald Goodwin, M.D.
Chairman of Department
We are grateful for the opportunity to talk about the
Department of Psychiatry at the University of Kansas in
Kansas City. We're proud of the Department, and are
even producing research, something George Winokur
predicted could never happen in Kansas.
My colleagues have written about the various pro-
grams. Let me mention a concern of mine.
Kansas City has more boulevards than any city
besides Paris. lt has more fountains than any city
besides Rome, lt has George Brett. It has four seasons
and clean air. But there are two things it does not have.
lt does not have a mountain or an ocean. ,
lt needs them. Prospective residents ask: "Where do
we ski? Where do we surf?" What can we say? What can
A few miles north of Kansas City is a large rectangular
midwestern state. Geologists at the University of Kansas
have discovered the following: lf this rectangular state is
divided in half by digging up the earth on one half and
piling it on the other half, you can dig a hole deep
enough to be an ocean ltides will occurj and
simultaneously produce a pile of dirt high enough to
have snow on top: in short, a mountain.
Why not? The Nebraska Mountain and Nebraska
Ocean will bring happiness to many. People who
formerly lived in places like Omaha and Grand Island
will prosper with their tourist camps and sporting goods
stores in adjacent states. People who live in Iowa City
will finally have someplace to go. Prospective residents
can snub their noses at Southern California and still surf
we do? I hope the members of the American Academy of
I have a plan. Clinical Psychiatrists will support this proposal.
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While medical detectives
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Watch your play.
Ode to the Bacillus
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A E THE IOLOGY
Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
Dr. Fred Holmes
Doctor in Search of Department
Look Ma - I'm a REAL doc!
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This is Nancy Westcott. She is the Associate Editor.
Without her this book would be filthy!
BPP means bathroom privileges. Do you think you
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Bean, Susan 186
Boehm, Beth 186
Born, JoEllen 186
Brown, Connie 186
Burnette, Gara 182
Colburn, Carol 185
Crawford, Christine 186
Finkle, Mary Beth 185
Fisher, Lisa 185
Foris, Arlene 185
George, Cindy 185
Gifford, Lana 185
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Knapp, Edward 184
Kristoffersen, Rick 184
Loudon, Janice 184
Manda, Joanie 183
Mathews, Steve 183
Mitchell, Madge 184
Norton, Sheila 184
Onofrio, Jeana 183
Patton, Linda 182
Preston, Tamra 182
Ross, Keenan 183
Sander, Alan 182
Schuman, Kelly 183
Smith, Cheryl 183
Smith, Lynne 182
Wilson, Kim 182
Winberg, Beverly 186
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Allison, Jean 170
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Ash, Tracey 171
Bailey, Marcia 175
Basham, Nancy 162
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Bradley, Cinda np
Brenneis, Patricia 178
Bridge, Lynn 186
Briggs, Nancy 172
Brown, Shelly 165
Bullock, Laura 176
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Butterfield, Donna np
Camp, Kari 178
Carlson, Sharon 168
Carty, Susan 166
Cheatham, Vesta 163
Clayton, Lori 179
Cole, Colleen 168
Cole, Sandra 177
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Cox, Kelly 173
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Degner, Denise 168
Dick, Sheryl 180
Dillon, Christine 173
Douglas, Paula 168
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Durano, Rebecca 175
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Fetters, Ann 170
Flattery, Paula 172
Fletcher, Kathy 178
Foust, Ann 166
Francoeur, Patricia 162
Gibson, Patty 169
Gomez, Debbie 177
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Gregg, Laurie 176
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Hanna, Janet 166
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Harrell, Ruth 169
Harris, Lori np
Haskins, Debby 170
Heiman, Denise 178
Hernandez, Raquel 166
Huddleston, Jan np
Husted, Scott 177
Jansen, Stacia 162
Jewell, Carolyn 167
Johnson, Dawn 176
Johnson, Jennifer 180
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Karlin, Robyn 164
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Kinnaman, Kathleen np
Kinnaman, Mary 181
Klapak, Bernadine np
Kowalski, Diane 169
Kreutzer, Catherine 178
Kroeker, Karen 180
Lawler, Lisa 171
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Lowe, Kristi 167
Luce, Paul 164
Lucky, Ruth 179
Lundhigh, Jan 163
McCowen, Mariane 169
McFarland, Karen 177
McFarland, Mary 179
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McKee, Lisa 180
McLean, Susan 164
Mabe, Jan 165
Macek, Michelle 164
MacGee, Karen 174
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Martin, Joyce 177
Martinez, Tony np
Maskil, Joyce 169
Miller, Julie 164
Mitchelson, Kathleen 175
Morris, Abigail 171
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Nash, Amy 171
Neal, Constance 169
Nelson, Laura 176
Nemeth, Julie 163
Niemackl, Diane 162
Nonemaker, Therese 170
Norris, Jeff 174
O,Connell, Nancy 173
Oehmke, Susan 162
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Olson, Pamela 179
Osborn, Winthrop np
Owens, Emily 174
Owsley, Nancy 172
Parisek, Amy 175
Pottorf, Shelly 178
Reber, Sharon 181
Reimer, Martha 174
Rippel, Deborah 168
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Saltzman, Pamela 176
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Schmidt, Leanne 164
Schmitt, Christy 175
Schreiber, Terry 179
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Simmons, Mary 172
Singleton, Rita 167
Spare, Kathy tWeigandJ 179
Spencer, Peggy 177
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Strahl, Linda 174
Strunk, Sue 176
Sullivan, Julie 167
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Swinehart, Elaine 165
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Ternes, Michelle 173
Thiessen, Barbara 170
VanTuyl, Theresa 168
Veal, Stacia 163
Waugh, Patricia 174
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Westcott, Nancy 165
Wilhelm, Patricia 172
Witmer, Valissa 165
Wohlrab, Anita 173
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Wright, Cheryl 175
Yoakum, Joan 165
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Arnspiger, Richard 188
Atwood, Michael 188
Baeke, Joni 188
Bair, Jack 188
Bajaj, Ashok 188
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Baughman, Michael np
Beck, Larry 189
Beckenhauer, Dwane 189
Becker, Nancy 189
Belton, Katherine 189
Berg, Jack 189
Bloch, Miriam 190
Bohon, Barbara 190
Bond, Jeffrey 190
Bruce, Robert 190
Bruso, Charles 190
Bundgard, Peter 190
Butler, Larry 191
Calcote, Ronald 191
Campbell, William 191
Cantwell, Michael 191
Cavanaugh, Terrence 191
Cedeno, Philip 191
Chavez, Steven 192
Chow, Valerie 192
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Cooper, James 192
Courtney, Donald 192
Crist, David np
Crosley, Archer np
Dahl, Dale 192
Decker, Gary 192
Denning, Dale 193
Dunagin-Engelman, E. 193
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Ellison, Mary np
Engelken, Michael 193
Fanning, Janet 193
Fanning, Kyle 193
Faris, Cathleen 193
Fitch, Tom 194
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Fraser, Crystal 194
Garcia, Leslie 194
Garlow, William 194
Gatz, Marvin 194
Gibson, Richard np
Glasmann, Ross 194
Goldberg, Robert 195
Goldsich-Terreros, J. 195
Govaker, David 195
Gunderson, Jeffrey 195
Gurba, Carol 195
Hamberg, Steven 195
Hamel, Gregory 196
Hamm, Glenn 196
Hardon, Glen 196
Harshberger, Karen 196
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Hartwell, Kimberly 196
Hartwell, Rick 196
Heckerson, Maurine 197
Henning, Harold 197
Henry, Robert 197
Hess, David 197
Hesse, James 197
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Hollenbeck, Larry 197
Hornbaker, Stanley 198
Huet, Raul 198
Huycke, Mark 198
Irvin, Diana 198
Jacob, Kenneth 198
Joshi, Madhup 198
Joyce, Rex 199
Karnaze, Michael 199
Kater, Eric np
Katt, Diana 199
Kaufman, Stanley np
Kennedy, Laura 199
Ketner, Stephen 199
Kimmell, Richard' 199
Kindscher, James np
Kirsch, Mark np
Klein, Kendel np
Klise, Kurt 200
Kodras, Ronald 200
Koenigs, Kenneth 200
Korte, Louisa 200
Lee, Sharon 200
Lemons, Stephen 200
Liang, Horace 201
Linenberger, Michael 201
Loggan, Michael 201
Longino, Betsy 201
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Luallin, David 201
Ludlow, Michael np
Ludwikosky, Mikel 201
Luna, Anthony 202
Mangler, Victor 202
Matile, Gerald 202
Matson, Jeffrey np
McCarthy, R. Patrick np
McDaniel, Roylan np
Ramberg, Steven np
Ramirez, David np
Raptis, Pauline 207
Rattenne, Mitzi 207
Reimer, Mark 208
Reissmann, Peter 208
Ricketts, David np
Rieger, Erik 208
Robinson, Charles 208
Rogers, Marsha 208
Ruble, Rebecca 209
Saint-Erne, Philip 209
Scheier, Mary 209
Schlageck, Joe 209
Schutz, Ralph 209
Seeman, James 209
Sheffield, Michael 210
Shutt, Charles 210
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Simpson, Karen 210
Smith, Lindall 210
Spearman, Michael 210
Spore, John 211
Standlee, Timothy 211
Stevens, Victor 211
Stine, Kimo 211
Stoops, Stephen 211
Sweeney, Richard 211
Thomas, Daryl 212
Timmerman, Kyle 212
Tomlinson, David 212
Wall, Terry 212
Wedel, Alan 212
Wetzel, Louis 213
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Wilcox, Dennis 213
Wilson, William 213
Winn, Terria 208
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