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Two publications from the Indiana Historical Society Press have been named as finalists in Foreword Review's 2013 Book of the Year Awards. The books and the categories they are entered in are as follows:
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Edited by Richard Feldman, MD, the stories celebrate that time in America considered by many to be the golden age of generalism in medicine a time that conjures up Norman Rockwell s familiar archetypal images of the country family doctor and a time when the art of healing was at its zenith.
The book is divided into two sections. The first is a collection of reflective essays on various subjects, some written by individuals who participated in interviewing these older doctors, some by invited essayists, and others the perspectives of the doctors themselves concerning medicine and their careers. The second part contains a large collection of stories from Hoosier family physicians that practiced in this era. The stories are specific episodes in their careers and reveal much about how these family doctors touched the lives of their patients and their influence on their communities.
Feldman is a lifelong Hoosier who grew up in South Bend, Indiana. He is a 1972 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Indiana University, Bloomington, and a 1977 graduate of the IU School of Medicine. After completing one year of psychiatry residency at IU, he finished his postgraduate medical training at Franciscan Saint. Francis Health Family Medicine Residency in 1980. He is a frequent lecturer, locally and nationally, on public health and medically-related subjects. He writes for the Indianapolis Star as an editorial page columnist on health-related issues.
Family Practice Stories costs $24.95 and is available from the IHS's Basile History Market.
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The ISTEP+ test scores are in and guess what, despite the crocodile tears of the status quo, students continue to make improvements. As you may have seen, according to the Indiana Department of Education 80.7% of Indiana students in public schools passed the English/Language Arts portion of the test, up from 79.5% in 2013. In […]
When I talk to my Democratic friends about now former U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett running for Mayor of Indianapolis in 2015, you would think they were talking about the second coming and the only thing missing is the donkey and the palm leaves. I don’t blame them, there has to be something frustrating about Greg […]
I have always argued that when dealing with crime, more cops doesn’t equal less crime unless you do some other things, like keep the bad guys behind bars and mitigate the conditions that make new ones. The plan Mayor Greg Ballard announced today does just that. It adds nearly 280 more police officers over the […]
I’ve gotten quite a bit of response to my column this week in the Indianapolis Star on my “reverse panhandling” experiment. You can read it here, but in a nutshell, a few weeks ago I got tired of the panhandlers downtown asking me for money so I decided to turn the tables on them and […]
For the past six years I have spent the second Saturday night of Indiana Black Expo working the door as a “bouncer” at Nicky Blaine’s cigar bar on Monument Circle. I go back and forth between working the door and walking around the immediate downtown vicinity talking to law enforcement and other folks. I was […]
I didn’t expect to wake up this morning. Why? Because I thought the world was going to come to an end yesterday. At least that’s what i was led to believe after listening to the wailing and gnashing of teeth over federal Judge Richard Young’s common sense ruling that Indiana’s ban on same-sex marriage, like […]
Although Indianapolis City-County Council Democrats are touting their “Rebuild Indy” plan as a viable alternative to Mayor Greg Ballard’s infrastructure plan, there could be a legal road block that could stop their proposal from taking effect. As part of their $340 million plan, Council Democrats have proposed taking $45 million from the downtown TIF district. […]
What’s the difference between cockroaches and Congress? One tends to be a disgusting creature that feeds on carrion and carries the plague, the other has an approval rating of just 13 percent. That’s according to the latest Gallup poll. Which go me to thinking, what else is there that most of us have no use […]
My good friend and Democratic blogger Jon Easter is taking me to task over my attitude regarding Indy’s spike in murders. On his blog, Easter has levied the charge that I am downplaying the city’s murders because most of the victims (80%) and the suspects (88%) all had mugshots, i.e. prior felonies. Jon says that […]
A few isolated thunderstorms are popping this afternoon as an upper level disturbance moves over the area. A few strong storms are possible with heavy downpours, lightning and pea size hail possible. Storm chances will diminish this evening, as high pressure builds in. The skies will gradually clear with temperatures falling into the low 60s. […]
An upper level disturbance will bring a chance of more scattered showers and thunderstorms today. There will be the chance of heavy downpours, small hail and some gusty winds. Don’t cancel your plans but make sure you have the SkyTrak13 weather app on your phone. The best chance of storms will be this afternoon, with […]
As expected spotty downpours and thunder developed over central Indiana today. There remains a chance of storms into this evening. The best chance is in west central parts of the state that are closer to the upper low causing the storms. This is also where a strong storm has delivered significant street flooding and piles […]
Not exactly a totally sunny day ahead, but as some cloud cover floats by, temps will be capped at about 80 degrees. Even though we could see an isolated thunderstorm, most of the day looks fairly dry. The average high for this time of year is 84, but we won’t get there until Sunday. Look […]
It’s not the brightest day ever but the cloud cover helped limit heating and instability this afternoon. As a result rain chances remain minimal this evening, though isolated downpours are possible until after sunset. Evening and Tonight: Visible satellite does show less cloud cover and warmer temperatures in southwestern Indiana, and this area has the […]
We’re waiting on a front to move in and out of Indiana, but we’ll be waiting a while. Scattered thunderstorms are around the area this morning ahead of the front and in the middle of an unstable atmosphere. If you are headed to the Indiana State Fair, or even sending the kids out to school, […]
Hope you’re enjoying this hazy, warm Monday in central Indiana. As expected isolated downpours have developed in the heating of the day. While most backyards don’t see a drop of rain, these slow-moving cells can produce downpours in a short time. Below is a great example of the isolated nature of the rain today. This […]
Tom Brown, recipient of the Best of Show award from our 76th Annual Student Show was awarded a solo exhibition that runs concurrently with the Faculty Exhibition. Sarah M. Hurt Gallery
Our four divisional prize winners from the 76th Annual Student Show share a group exhibition in our Allen W. Clowes Gallery. Exhibiting this year are Dick Hamstra (Beginning), Gina Laite (Intermediate), Jerry Thompson (Advanced) and C. Sam Mudd (Professional). Allen ...more