Presentation of eight (8) facts about marijuana: not a narcotic, causes no physical damage, psychological effect depends on strength of the drug, relation between marijuana and hashish not founded on research, use of marijuana does not lead to use of heroin, marijuana use is "participation in a social group," more research is required, effects may be milder than use of alcohol, but "two wrongs do not make a right."
by Leon Wurmsner M.D. Director of Crug Abuse Center JHH
[Article 69:1] Drug Abuse: The Program of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Drug Abuse Center. — March 1970
Summary of different programs, the success, problems and potential for each.
Maddeline Schuldes, 1947, honored for services to Western Wisconsin Technical Institute.
[Article 69:3] Leave No Stone Unturned/Alternate Prosposal for Nursing Education at Hopkins. — September 1970
Creator: Cuthbert, Betty Liggett ; Allison, Sarah Elizabeth
Two part article presenting an alternate proposal for a collegiate school of nursing at JHU as submitted by Executive Board of Alumnae Association. Contains the rationale for the proposal and the proposal itself (including specifics and rationale for each part. The proposal itself encourages the creation of the collegiate SON in the Evening College at JHU.
Experiences at Miami Rock Festival to establish contact with youthful drug users and attempt to help with the attitudes and activities to combat drug use. Also for the professiona health care personnel to learn more about the youth culture with drugs.
In Memoriam tribute to recently deceased alumna Effie J. Taylor, 1907, accompanied by a full-page portrait of her.
[Article 69:4] Letter to Dr. Russell A. Nelson about closing of JHHSON. — December 1970
Creator: Trimble, I. Ridgeway (Isaac Ridgeway), 1900-1979
Letter from Dr. Trimble to Dr. Nelson protesting the closing of the school and offering suggestions for its continuing. Copies of the letter were sent to members of the Board of Trustees, other physicians with close relations to JHH, to the nursing officials.
Nursing in a changing society; relation of health to social needs; U.S. "health" care really being only "sick" care; growth of nursing and "so-called" allied/paraprofessionals; increased need for more force in stating our positions; need for nurses to define the scope of their practice and prepare for it.