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Collected by: Center for the History of Medicine

Archived since: Oct, 2014

Description:

How to cite: [Website Title]. Archived by the Center for the History of Medicine, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. [wayback page url] <accessed [date]>.

Subject:   Science & Health Society & Culture

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Title: Raquel Cohen, MD, MPH: Mental Health Information in Disasters

URL: http://raquelcohendisaster.com

Description: Website created by Raquel E. Cohen consists of biographical information on Cohen, resources on psychosocial intervention for disaster survivors, and instructional resources for natural disaster responders who lack access to live training. Resources include embedded content such as power point presentations and "documents" (text/html pages) as well as links out to external resources such as streaming videos and books. All website content is provided in English and Spanish.

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Subject:   Disasters -- Psychological aspects Crisis intervention (Mental health services) Harvard Medical School -- Alumni and alumnae Women in medicine Harvard School of Public Health -- Alumni and alumnae

Title: Constructing Livable Lives: the Leston L. Havens MD Teaching Site

URL: http://www.lestonhavensmd.com/

Description: The Leston L. Havens MD Teaching Site: Constructing Livable Lives was developed by Susan Miller-Havens, Ed.D, to continue teaching the scholarly and clinical work of Leston L. Havens. Site content includes Havens’s complete teaching lectures, books, papers, video and audio recordings, and digitized correspondence, photographs, and other documents related to Havens' life and work. Leston L. Havens (1924-2011), B.A., 1947, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts; M.D., 1952, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, was Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts from 1970 to 1982 and Professor of Psychiatry at Cambridge Hospital (now Cambridge Health Alliance), Massachusetts, from 1982 until his death in 2011. A clinician and teacher, Havens served in several roles at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, from 1957 to 1982, and later at the Cambridge Hospital where he held several appointments, including Principal Psychiatrist, Director of the Adult Psychiatric Residency Training Program, and Co-Director of Education. Havens was also a prolific author, publishing seven books and more than 140 articles throughout his career. The website was donated to the Center for the History of Medicine by the Havens family in 2015 and the archived website was released in 2018. To go directly to the archived site, copy and paste this url into your browser: http://wayback.archive-it.org/4908/20180426152139/https://www.lestonhavensmd.com/

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Videos: 107 Videos Captured

Subject:   Harvard Medical School -- Faculty Psychiatry -- Philosophy Psychotherapy Psychotherapist and patient Interviewing in psychiatry Harvard Medical School -- Faculty Psychiatry -- Education Psychiatry -- History Psychiatry -- Study and teaching (Residency) Cambridge Hospital (Cambridge, Mass.). Department of Psychiatry Solomon, Harry C. (Harry Caesar), 1889-1982 Vaillant, George E., 1934- Semrad, Elvin V., 1909-

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