ELWYN B. ROBINSON DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
CHESTER FRITZ LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA 58202

MEDICAL CENTER REHABILITATION UNIT RECORDS

COLLECTION: UA# 90

DATES: 1958-1990

SIZE: 3.75

INTRODUCTION

ACQUISITION: The Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit Records were deposited in the University Archives by Sharon Rask, Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit, McCannel Hall.

ACCESS: Available for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Department of Special Collections.

HISTORICAL SKETCH

The University of North Dakota's Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital (MCRH), also referred to as the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit, opened on January 25, 1958. The Hospital was located in McCannel Hall, named in honor of Dr. Archie McCannel of Minot, North Dakota. Prior to the construction of McCannel Hall, the rehabilitation unit operated out of an office in the pathology department of the University's medical school.

During its first year of operation, a lack of housing for patients traveling from areas outside of Grand Forks became apparent. The Rehabilitation Unit also faced problems with providing meals for its patients. The Student Union provided an option that did not require further transportation, but the Union's facilities were not equipped for the handicapped at that time, and the stairs were an obstacle for many patients attending the MCRH.

In 1960, the North Dakota State Health Council approved a plan to erect an additional two floors on top of the one-story McCannel Hall, hoping to alleviate some of the problems that the Rehabilitation Hospital was having in its current form. The addition would also allow the MCRH to start admitting inpatients by providing enough space to set up overnight facilities. Construction began in 1961, and was completed in 1962.

The MCRH continued to expand its scope over the next several years, shifting its emphasis from vocational rehabilitation towards a more comprehensive "total rehabilitation" concept, including physical restoration, social adjustment, and vocational adjustment. Patient numbers also continued to increase steadily, and by 1966 discussions about expanding the McCannel Hall facility were underway.

In 1968, the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit was granted accreditation by CARF (the Committee on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities), one of only three facilities in the United States to receive maximum accreditation during that year. Talks about the expansion of facilities continued, and in 1971 the state legislature approved the Hospital to proceed with the planning of a new rehabilitation facility, providing that no state funds were used towards its construction. The 135,000-square foot building was completed in 1974, and located in the new Medical Park Complex off UND's campus. The Medical Park Complex was an attempt to lower heath care costs by placing a variety of health resources, including a hospital, clinics, and rehabilitation facilities, all in one place. The Rehab, as it was then being called, was the first building to be a part of this new series of facilities in Grand Forks. The Rehab operated as a self- supporting, non-profit, fee-for-service facility, receiving no appropriated general funds from the state of North Dakota. The new building, located at the southwest corner of Columbia Road and Eleventh Avenue South, was dedicated on May 24, 1974.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit Records date from 1958-1990, and are divided into five series as follows:

Series I: General Information Pertaining to the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit
This series is divided into five sub-series. Sub-series A consists of general and background information about the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit. The sub-series includes the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital's Belief Statement, a supplemental funding request for the Medical Center's Child Evaluation and Treatment Program (C.E.T.P.), and a map of the Rehabilitation Hospital. Sub-series B contains admissions, inpatient, and outpatient information. Within the sub-series are a list of pre-admission review criteria, statistics reflecting inpatient and outpatient data, and referral information. Sub-series C consists of forms used by the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit. Among the forms are forms current as of 1989, pre-1989 forms, "Walker Forms," and "primary objectives" sheets to be filled out by a physician. Sub-series D is comprised of manuals, handbooks, and similar instructional materials. The employee handbook, a 1988 policies and procedures manual, and a patient information booklet are included. Annual Reports for the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit can be found in Sub-series E. These annual reports contain reports from the chairman, administrator, and medical director, fiscal year highlights, admission and discharge information, a list of services provided, a financial statement, and a list of educational affiliations. Box 1, Folder 1-Box 1, Folder 50

Series II: Program Evaluation
This series is divided into six sub-series. Sub-series A contains general information pertaining to program evaluation, and a few early 60-day follow-up surveys/reports. Within the sub-series are some general program evaluation documents, information regarding establishing a follow-up program, an early version of a 60 day follow-up report (entitled a follow-up survey), and two other early 60 day follow-up reports. Sub-series B is comprised of 60 Day follow-up Comprehensive Reports. These reports contain non-specific patient information, including a list of patients by disability/injury and patient feedback. Sub-series C is made up of 60 Day Follow- Up Summary Reports. These summary reports directly correspond to the 60 Day Comprehensive Reports, but are in an abbreviated form with fewer details and specifics. The Summary Reports are essentially an overview of the Comprehensive Reports. Program Evaluation Quarterly Reports can be found in Sub-series D. The Program Evaluation Quarterly Reports are all from 1979/1980 and give information similar to the follow-up reports, but on a quarterly basis. Sub- series E includes Program Evaluation Quarterly Comprehensive Reports. Much like the Program Evaluation Quarterly Reports, these reports contain information from 60 Day Follow-Up reports synthesized into quarters. These reports date from 1981-1989. Sub-series F is comprised of Program Evaluation Annual and Semi-Annual Reports, as well as some additional data on program evaluation. The Annual and Semi-Annual Reports build on the data from the Quarterly Reports, giving an overview for the year. Also included are some notes on the program evaluation system, along with some proposed changes, and information regarding the functional classification system used in program evaluation.Box 1, Folder 51-Box 2, Folder 38

Series III: Marketing and Planning
This series is divided into four sub-series. Sub-series A contains information from marketing and research studies done for the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital. Among the included documents are a number of marketing and communications plans ranging from 1986-1989, several lists of strategies and recommendations from a "market plan," regional survey results regarding third party payors and discharge planners, and an extensive market research report concerning public awareness of and attitudes toward medical rehabilitation. All materials directly related to the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit's long-range planning efforts can be found in Sub-series B. Background information about the proposed long-range planning project, as well as drafts, proposals, and reports on the matter are included. Sub-series C is made up of materials to do with strategic planning. The sub-series contains two documents from a May 15, 1989 strategic planning retreat, as well as a set of general figures and diagrams detailing strategic thinking and hospital strength and weakness assessment. Sub-series D is comprised of miscellaneous documents. Included are a document analyzing sick leave according to tenure, and an item of inter-office communication. Box 2, Folder 39-Box 2, Folder 72

Series IV: Memoranda and Correspondence
This series is divided into two sub-series. Sub-series A includes all inter-office communication taking place within the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit. Also contained in the sub-series are memoranda regarding the annual North Dakota Rehabilitation Week. Sub-series Bconsists of all correspondence between the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit and outside persons and agencies. There are a number of letters from 1958 concerned with the dedication of McCannel Hall, the location of the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit, which took place in that year. Also included with those letters are letters relating to the ten year anniversary of the hall's dedication, which was held in 1968. A further division of the sub-series contains all letters regarding the annual North Dakota Rehabilitation Week which was celebrated by the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit and its employees.Box 2, Folder 73-Box 2, Folder 116

Series V: Published Materials (Published by or About the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital)
This series is divided into five sub-series. Sub-series A contains issues of the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital's Commentary; a semi-annual publication put out by the hospital for public education on issues in medical rehabilitation. In addition to issues of Commentary dating from 1979-1990, an exhaustive list of issues by date is included. Sub-series B is comprised of fact sheets, brochures, and pamphlets. Of those that were not published by the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital, most have to do with topics related to medical rehabilitation, or with the University of North Dakota and programs and majors that could lead to a career in medical rehabilitation. Materials published by the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital included range from fact sheets regarding physical disabilities and related medical conditions to recipes. Sub- series C includes materials relating to the dedication of the McCannel Building and Rehabilitation Hospital, and to North Dakota Rehabilitation Week. Among the materials from the dedication of the McCannel Building are an invitations list and newspaper articles. There are also documents on the history of North Dakota Rehabilitation Week that give background information on the subject, a list of ideas for promoting the celebration of rehabilitation week, and press releases from the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit's celebration of North Dakota Rehabilitation Week dating from 1978-1989. Sub-series D contains un-used monogrammed items belonging to the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit. Within the sub-series are blank certificates of achievement, blank stationary, and a blank certificate of attendance. Sub-series E is made up of articles about the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit, its employees, and patients. Many are from the Grand Forks Herald and have to do with patients of the hospital who were injured in accidents and made tremendous progress through medical rehabilitation. There are also a number of articles on employees of the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital, including Sharon Rask, Donald Barcome, and Jack Carroll. Box 2, Folder 117-Box 3, Folder 57

BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY

Box 1
Folder
Series I: General Information Pertaining to the Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit
Sub-series A: General Information

  1. Background Information On the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital (MCRH): Purpose, Goals, Mission Statement, List of Services
  2. Materials Explaining the Function, etc. of the McCannel Hall Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit
  3. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Belief Statements
  4. Map of the Rehabilitation Hospital, Date Unknown, and Note Found Attached ("Sharon, I found some history again, BB") (Date Also Unknown)
  5. Excerpt From Book/Other Printed Source: List of Medical Rehabilitation Center Employees (Date Unknown)
  6. "Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Primary Objectives Chart"
  7. "Proposal for Evaluation and Treatment Effectiveness"
  8. Guide for Constructing a Patient Evaluation System
  9. Diagnostic Categories
  10. Patients Discharged January-March 1981 by Diagnostic Category
  11. Charts: Diagram of Administrative Responsibility and "Functional Chart"
  12. Supplemental Funding Request for the Child Evaluation and Treatment Program (C.E.T.P.): Federal Grant #08-H-000021-13-0, Submitted September, 1979
  13. Report Presented to the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Board: Medora, North Dakota, August, 1982

Sub-series B: Admissions, Inpatient, and Outpatient Information

  1. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Pre-Admission Review Criteria
  2. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Inpatient Admission Procedures
  3. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Stroke With Plegia/Paresis Admission Procedure
  4. Summary of Admission to the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital for the Fiscal Years 1958-1984 Based on Actual and Estimated Data: Prepared March 25, 1985
  5. 1978-1979 Patient Admission Statistics, etc. (Unpublished)
  6. Outpatient Statistics (Diagnostic Categories and Referrals): Dates Ranging From April 1, 1988-March 31, 1989
  7. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Referral Sheet: Outpatient Services
  8. Inpatient Statistics (Diagnostic Categories and Referrals): Dates Ranging From 1981-1989
  9. C.V.A. Statistics for Inpatients: July, 1984-September, 1985
  10. Type of Disability/Problem by County for North Dakota and Western Minnesota (Transparencies): July 1, 1988-March 31, 1989

Sub-series C: Forms for Official Use

  1. Pre-1989 Forms
  2. Forms Current as of 1989
  3. "Walker Forms"
  4. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital "Primary Objectives" Sheets: One Blank for Physician, etc. to Fill In (Missing Objectives 1-5 Page), and one Sheet Listing Primary Objectives in Chart Form

Sub-series D: Manuals, Handbooks, etc.

  1. Table of Contents and Introduction for Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital "Manual of Instructions"
  2. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Employee Handbook
  3. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Patient Information Booklet
  4. Personnel: Job Descriptions
  5. Department Information (Staff Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapy Aide)
  6. Procedures/Policies
  7. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital 1988 Policies and Procedures Manual: Key to Series Numbers and Corresponding Subjects (folder 1)
  8. folder 2: Series #1001-1010
  9. folder 3: Series #2001-2043
  10. folder 4: Series #2044-2079 (2080-2086 missing)
  11. folder 5: Series #3001-end (3044)
  12. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital 1989 Policies and Procedures Manual: Key to Series Numbers and Corresponding Subjects (folder 1)
  13. folder 2: Series #1001-2042-B
  14. folder 3: Series #2043-end (3044)

Sub-series E: Annual Reports

  1. 1978-1979
  2. July 1, 1980- June 30, 1981 (Typed, Unpublished)
  3. 1980-1981
  4. 1981-1982
  5. 1982-1983
  6. 1983-1984
  7. 1984-1985
  8. 1985-1986
  9. 1986-1987

Series II: Program Evaluation
Sub-series A: General Program Evaluation

  1. Program Evaluation Documents
  2. Information Re: Establishing a Follow-Up Program
  3. 60 Day Follow-Up Survey for Patients Discharged in October, 1979
  4. 60 Day Follow-Up Report for Patients Discharged in November, 1979: Program Evaluation Report
  5. 60 Day Follow-Up Report for Patients Discharged in December, 1979: Program Evaluation Report

Sub-series B: 60 Day Follow-Up Comprehensive Reports

  1. Patients Discharged in January, 1980
  2. Patients Discharged in February, 1980
  3. Patients Discharged in March, 1980
  4. Patients Discharged in April, 1980
  5. Patients Discharged in May, 1980
  6. Patients Discharged in June, 1980
  7. Patients Discharged in July, 1980
  8. Patients Discharged in August, 1980
  9. Patients Discharged in September, 1980
  10. Patients Discharged in October, 1980
  11. Patients Discharged in November, 1980
  12. Patients Discharged in December, 1980

Sub-series C: 60 Day Follow-Up Summary Reports

  1. Patients Discharged in December, 1979
  2. Patients Discharged in January, 1980
  3. Patients Discharged in February, 1980
  4. Patients Discharged in March, 1980
  5. Patients Discharged in April, 1980
  6. Patients Discharged in May, 1980
  7. Patients Discharged in June, 1980
  8. Patients Discharged in July, 1980
  9. Patients Discharged in August, 1980
  10. Patients Discharged in September, 1980
  11. Patients Discharged in October, 1980
  12. Patients Discharged in November, 1980
  13. Patients Discharged in December, 1980
  14. "Some Layman's Reactions to the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital's 60 Day Follow-Up Report"– John Vannig (Date Unknown)

Sub-series D: Program Evaluation Quarterly Reports

  1. Patients Discharged February 1, 1979-April 30, 1980
  2. Patients Discharged November 1, 1979-January 31, 1980
  3. Patients Discharged May 1, 1980-July 31, 1980

Sub-series E: Program Evaluation Quarterly Comprehensive Evaluation Reports

  1. Patients Discharged January 1, 1981-March 31, 1981
  2. Patients Discharged April 1, 1981-June 30, 1981
  3. Patients Discharged July 1, 1981-September 30, 1981
  4. Patients Discharged October 1, 1981-December 31, 1981
  5. Patients Discharged January 1, 1982-March 31, 1982
  6. Patients Discharged April 1, 1982-June 30, 1982
  7. Patients Discharged October 1, 1982-December 31 1982
  8. Patients Discharged July 1, 1983-September 30, 1983
  9. Patients Discharged October 1, 1983-December 31, 1983

Box 2
Folder

  1. Patients Discharged January 1, 1984-March 31, 1984
  2. Patients Discharged April 1, 1984-June 30, 1984
  3. Patients Discharged July 1, 1984-September 30, 1984
  4. Patients Discharged October 1, 1984-December 31, 1984
  5. Patients Discharged January 1, 1985-March 31, 1985
  6. Patients Discharged April 1, 1985-June 30, 1985
  7. Patients Discharged July 1, 1985-September 30, 1985
  8. Patients Discharged October 1, 1985-December 31, 1985
  9. Patients Discharged January 1, 1986-March 31, 1986
  10. Patients Discharged April 1, 1986-June 30, 1986
  11. Patients Discharged July 1, 1986-September 30, 1986
  12. Patient Discharge Location by Diagnostic Category (from dot-matrix printer): July 1, 1986-September 30, 1986
  13. Patient Discharge Location by Age Group (from dot-matrix printer): July 1, 1986- September 30, 1986
  14. Objective #6– Improve Verbal Communication Skills: July 1, 1986-September 30, 1986
  15. Patients Discharged October 1, 1986-December 31, 1986
  16. Patient Comments (from dot matrix printer): Second Quarter– October, 1986- December 1986
  17. Total Joint Replacement Arthroplasties Data re: Protective Living Environments: Third Quarter (January-March, 1986), Fourth Quarter (April-June, 1986), and First Quarter
  18. Patients Discharged January 1, 1987-March 31, 1987
  19. Patients Discharged April 1, 1987-June 30, 1987
  20. Patients Discharged July 1, 1987-September 30, 1987
  21. Patients Discharged October 1, 1987-December 31, 1987
  22. Patients Discharged January 1, 1988-March 31, 1988
  23. Patients Discharged April 1, 1988-June 30, 1988
  24. Patients Discharged July 1, 1988-September 30, 1988
  25. Program Evaluation (from dot matrix printer): July 1, 1988-September 30, 1988
  26. Patients Discharged October 1, 1988-December 31, 1988
  27. Patients Discharged January 1, 1989-March 31, 1989

Sub series F: Program Evaluation Annual and Semi-Annual Reports and Additional Data on Program Evaluation

  1. Follow-Up for the April-June 1985 Quarterly Report
  2. Program Evaluation Semi-Annual Report: Patients Discharged November 1, 1979-April 30,1980
  3. Program Evaluation Annual Report: Patients Discharged January 1, 1980- December 31, 1980
  4. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Program Evaluation System: 1983
  5. Follow-Up Data On Patients (Handwritten)– Unplanned Readmissions, etc.: Date Unknown
  6. Total Number of In-Patients in Program Evaluation: November, 1979-June, 1982
  7. Notes on Primary Objectives re: Program Evaluation: Date Unknown
  8. Objective #2– Maximize Self-Care Skills ("for most recent quarter"): Date Unknown
  9. Program Evaluation– Proposed Changes: Date Unknown
  10. Functional Classification Scales (Chart): Report for August, 1980
  11. Additional Problems and Concerns in Functional Classification Follow-Up

Series III: Marketing and Planning
Sub-series A: Marketing and Research

  1. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Strategies and Recommendations (Market Plan): January-June, 1986
  2. "Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Strategies and Recommendations" (January-June 1986)
  3. "The Potential of Health Care Marketing for the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital" by Mark R. Jacobson
  4. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Marketing Communications Plan: June 1986
  5. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Marketing and Communications Plan: September, 1988
  6. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Marketing and Communications Plan: March, 1989
  7. Results of a Regional Survey for the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital: Third Party Payor and Discharge Planner Survey– January, 1989
  8. Results of a Regional Survey for the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital: Third Party Payor and Discharge Planner Survey (Final Report)– January 24, 1989
  9. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Focus Group Research Analysis: October, 1988
  10. "A Market Research Report on Public Awareness of Medical Rehabilitation: October, 1988" (folder 1: title page, table of contents, foreword)
  11. folder 2: executive summary
  12. folder 3: consumer attitudes toward and usage of physical rehabilitation services
  13. folder 4: physician attitudes toward and usage of physical rehabilitation services
  14. folder 5: attitudes and experiences of third party payors regarding physical rehabilitation services
  15. folder 6: attitudes and experiences of employers regarding physical rehabilitation services
  16. folder 7: attitudes and experiences of union leaders regarding physical rehabilitation services
  17. folder 8: comparative analysis of opinions of all five groups
  18. folder 9: conclusions and recommendations
  19. "Health Care Marketing: Opinions of Providers"– Spring, 1987
  20. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Physicians Survey Comments: May, 1989
  21. Physician Survey: June, 1989 ("Results of a Physician Survey for the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital: Final Report")
  22. Walthall and Associates, Inc. Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations (General Population Survey, Past Patients Survey, Cross-Tabular Section, Themes): Date Unknown

Sub-series B: Long-Range Planning

  1. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Long-Range Planning Effort (Background Information): 1984
  2. Occupational Therapy Survey of Departmental Expectations for Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Long-Range Planning: March 19, 1984
  3. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Long-Range Report: Section Analysis, Inpatient Expectations, Outpatient Expectations, New Programs, Outreach Expectations– Submitted May 21, 1984
  4. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Long-Range Plan Draft– Sections Analysis of Accreditation, Education, Student Training, Marketing: Submitted May 21, 1984
  5. Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit Long-Range Planning Report Draft: Revised December 1, 1984
  6. Medical Center Rehabilitation Unit Long-Range Report: Draft Proposal; Sectional Report– General Patient Service Goals, Inpatient Goals, Outpatient Goals, New Program Goals, Outreach Goals (Date Unknown)
  7. Goals and Objectives: Education, Continuing Education, Accreditation, and Marketing (Relating to Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Long-Range Plan)

Sub-series C: Strategic Planning

  1. Overview of Medical Record Department from May 15, 1989 Strategic Planning Retreat
  2. Additional Summary and Overview Materials from May 15, 1989 Strategic Planning Retreat
  3. Strategic Thinking and Hospital Strength and Weakness Assessment (Figures and Diagrams not Specific to the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital)

Sub-series D: Miscellanea

  1. Analysis of Sick Leave According to Tenure: April, 1982
  2. Inter-Office Communication: Letters to Sharon Rask from ?Sophie Lehman?– Wednesday, ?

Series IV: Memoranda and Correspondence
Sub-series A: Memoranda

  1. 1959
  2. 1965
  3. 1966
  4. 1976
  5. 1979 North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  6. 1980
  7. 1981
  8. 1982
  9. 1983
  10. 1984
  11. 1984 North Dakota Rehabilitation Week and Photocopy of Post-It Note
  12. 1985 North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  13. 1986
  14. 1987 North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  15. 1988
  16. 1989
  17. Dates Unknown

Sub-series B: Correspondence

  1. 1958 Dedication of the McCannel Building (McCannel Hall) and the Ten Year Anniversary of that Event (1968)
  2. 1967
  3. 1978
  4. 1979
  5. 1980
  6. 1981
  7. 1983
  8. 1984
  9. 1985
  10. 1987
  11. 1988
  12. 1989
  13. Un-Dated
  14. Bureau of Business and Economic Research (University of North Dakota) "Health Care Marketing Study": Date Unknown
  15. Brady, Martz and Associates, P.C. (Accountants): Tax Deductions for the Handicapped and Parents of Handicapped Children– Date Unknown

Correspondence Regarding the Annual North Dakota Rehabilitation Week

  1. 1978
  2. 1979
  3. 1980
  4. 1981
  5. 1982
  6. 1983
  7. 1984
  8. 1985
  9. 1986
  10. 1987
  11. 1988
  12. 1989

Series V: Published Materials (Published by or About the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital)
Sub-series A: Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Commentary

  1. Index/List Of Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Commentary Issues by Date

Box 3
Folder

  1. 1979
  2. 1980
  3. 1981
  4. 1982
  5. 1983
  6. 1984
  7. 1985
  8. 1986
  9. 1987
  10. 1988
  11. 1989
  12. 1990

Sub-series B: Fact Sheets, Brochures, and Pamphlets

  1. Fact Sheet Regarding the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital "Cares Project": Fall, 1981
  2. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital 1989 Business Card Calendar with Safe Object Lifting Reminders on Reverse
  3. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Brochures: A-M
  4. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Brochures: L-W
  5. Brochure: "Occupational Therapy" Regarding the Occupational Therapy Major and Program at the University of North Dakota
  6. Brochure: "Opportunities in Occupational Therapy"(University of North Dakota)
  7. Pamphlet Prepared by Rehabilitation Research Institute: "Rehab B.R.I.E.F. (Bringing Research Into Effective Focus)" (Vol. III, No. 11): August 20, 1980
  8. American Occupational Therapy Association Brochure: "The A.O.T.A. Practice Symposium 1989"
  9. Pamphlet: "A Model Liaison Program for the Obstetrics Staff: Workshop on the Tragic Birth"
  10. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Fibrositis Fact Sheet
  11. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Recipes

Sub-series C: Materials Relating to the Dedication of the McCannel Building and Rehabilitation Hospital, and North Dakota Rehabilitation Week

  1. Invitations List, Newspaper Articles, etc. Regarding the Dedication of the McCannel Building (McCannel Hall) Which Took Place November 22, 1958
  2. Materials from the May 24, 1974 Rehabilitation Hospital Dedication
  3. "The History of National Rehabilitation Week," "Disability in the United States," "National Rehabilitation Week– a Great Opportunity," "Ideas for Feature Stories," "Ideas for Promoting National Rehabilitation Week," and "Activities Within Your Organization"
  4. 1978 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  5. 1979 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  6. 1980 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  7. 1981 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  8. 1982 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  9. 1983 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  10. 1984 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  11. 1985 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  12. 1986 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  13. 1987 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  14. 1988 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week
  15. 1989 Press Releases; North Dakota Rehabilitation Week

Sub-series D: Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Un-Used, Monogrammed Items (Stationary, Certificates, etc.)

  1. Blank Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital "Certificate of Attendance"
  2. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Blank Card with Illustration of McCannel Hall on Front and Address on Reverse
  3. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Blank Certificate of Appreciation (In Recognition of Support)
  4. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Blank Rehabilitation Achievement Award
  5. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Blank Stationary (Personalized for the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital)
  6. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Empty Folder With Logo and Illustration of McCannel Hall
  7. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Page with Hospital Logo and Name
  8. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Postage Paid Donation Envelope: Un- Used
  9. Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital Stationary and Envelope with Logo and Address on Both

Sub-series E: Articles

  1. "Optimism is Key Word for Victims of Stroke": Grand Forks Herald; August 9, 1970
  2. Greater Grand Forks Explorer (Vol. 2, No. 8) (Contains and Article on Doctor Donald Barcome of the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital): December, 1978
  3. "Application of Electromyographic Biofeedback Following Medial Meniscectomy: A Clinical Report": February, 1979
  4. Article from Arch Phys Med Rehabilitation Vol. 64, August 1983: "Discharged Rehabilitation Patients: Impact of Follow-Up Surveillance From a Friendly Visitor" [Found Attached to Wednesday, ? Memo]
  5. Note on Contents of Article from In Focus Magazine p. 483; Vol. 43, No. 7, July, 1989
  6. "Jack Carroll Named to Lead UND's Rehab": Grand Forks Herald; May 22, 1990
  7. "Churchs Ferry Native, A Double Amputee, [Words Missing] to Help Others In Similar Circumstances": Devils Lake World; Date Unknown
  8. "Handicapped Need Chance to Achieve": Grand Forks Herald; Date Unknown
  9. Two Articles From Two Different Publications: "Medical Cooperation" and a Short Article on Mrs. Sharon Rask of the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital: Date Unknown
  10. "Therapists Begin Conference": Grand Forks Herald; Date Unknown

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