University of Michigan Medical and Nursing School - Aequanimitas Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

 - Class of 1969

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J ,. ww. 41' - J 1 K 'eq SCHOOL OF , ADMINISTRATION ........ Deaifs Message ........ FEATURES WOMEN AS MEDICAL STUDENTS ,....... STUDENT RESEARCH ........................... PHOTO GALLERY ............................... ' AEQUANIMITAS 1959 ....... I SECTION ON TEACHING ....... ...... The Vacant Lectern ........ ........ Dr. Earl Feringa ............. ........ X7 D r Dr. Dorin L. Hmerman ......... ........ Dr. Richard D.Judge ......... ........ Dr. Richard O. Kraft ...... ........ - Dr. Frank N. Ritter .... ........ . I Dr. Henry H. Swain ........ ........ A . Dr. Arthurj. Vander ................ ......... Dr. Charles L. Votaw ..................... ........... ......... Dr. Gerald L. Brody .................................................... ' lthese features to be fdund in the classes sectibnj: Seniors...... ..... Freshman Year Sophomores '68-'69 .............. Impressions ofthe jqnior Year CLASSES I 1969 ........ ........ 4 0 1972 ........ ........ 8 0 1971 ........ ........ 1 00 1970 ............................................................... 120 ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES SCHOOL OF NURSING PATRONS ................. .......... ADVERTISING ......... .......... A .john'R. G, Gosling ....... ........ , 6 2 2 3 I 7 1 8 10 12 14 15 74 82 1 03 1 23 39 141 174 240 242



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For four years you have been learn- ing the science and craft of the physi- cian: a process that will continue in your internship and residency for another four years with increasing emphasis on the craftmanship. This knowledge and skill are the elementary essentials of a definition of the physi- cian and without them the definition would be a fraud. Maintaining the currency ofyour knowledge and skill is your prime ethical obligation as a physician. But science and craft are insufficient for a satisfying definition of the physi- cian. Medical ethics are founded on faith in humanistic values and are expressed through the physician 's personal dedication to the well being-to the good-of his patient. Such value judgments give purpose to the science and craft of the physician and provide a discipline for his choice of actions. Only by such ethical behavior does one become a physi- cian.This ethical behavior is not a subject to be taught nor can it be legis- lated, it is rather for each one to com- mit self as well as learning to the bene- fit of his patient. But there are realms of medicine beyond the individual physician and his patient. The organization of health services for greater effectiveness and efficiencyg the distribution of health services so that they are available to meet need as well as economically effective demandg the limitation of costs of hospital and physician services, and finally the development of ade- quate population growth controls con- stitute the four major issues confront- ing medicine in ourtime. None of these problems can be solved by the physi- cian alone and none should be approached without the physician 's participation and leadership. The social, economic and political realms of medicine are properly influenced by the medical profession to the extent that it achieves the ideal of the learned and dedicated physician. To the extent that the medical profession is motivated by the selfish purposes of a guild it will become just one more pressure group whose influence will typically be negatively opposed and competitive with other pressure groups. Each one of you as a new physician will necessarily become either a contri- butor to these problems or a part of their solution. Francis Bacon said "The power to do good is the lawful end of all aspiring. " This power is now in your hands as physicians-we wish for you the wisdom and the kindness that will turn it to good ends.

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