• The Beeper [1981 Vol. 2, No. 21]

      Donnelly, John; Vinson, Doug; Vaughn, Alex H.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1981-05-27)
      Features this week include: Does the fire alarm sound for thee?; Allied health presents awards; Applications for grants-in-aid by AHA research program; Abuse of elderly can take many forms; Bus service can mean savings to MCG employees
    • The Beeper [1981 Vol. 2, No. 33]

      Donnelly, John; Roth, Mandy; Vaughn, Alex H.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1981-08-26)
      Features this week include: Help-line volunteers are needed; Lois Ellison named Heart Association president-elect; Trauma specialists visit, to make recommendation; 'Heart healthy' meals to be offered in student center; Brazilian researches kidneys at MCG; All aboard teh Express; Human relations course slated; Pin-ups - a service from personnel
    • The Beeper [1981 Vol. 2, No. 9]

      Donnelly, John; Vinson, Doug; Vaughn, Alex H.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1981-03-06)
      Features this week include: Blissit named to study committee; The church that Sammuel Cromer built; MCG parking game-take two: large cars; Nutritionists must be registered; Law on patient abuse explained; Different nursing degrees examined
    • The Beeper [1997 Vol. 7, No. 5]

      Deriso, Christine Hurley; Baker, Toni; Young, Sharon; Yarborough, Susan L.; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1997-03-12)
      Features this week include: Mother of handicapped son says thanks to MCG; CDC director stresses diversity in health care institutions; Hospital chapel serves spiritual, emotional needs; Dr. Melzack to discuss chronic pain March 25; Dr. Stachura named telemedicine director; Match day slated March 19; Temporary blindness leads to new insight; Child's death helps put life in perspective; Psychiatrists offers help in treating depressed children; Kids get fun crash course in health care March 15-22; MCG fact book now in cyberspace; Research probes pattern for victimization; Dietitian's ove of babies makes her a natural; Starting a home page? Here are some guidelines; Tips help clear he air about mammography.
    • The Beeper [1999 Vol. 9, No. 14]

      Baker, Toni; Simkins, Sally L.; Seigler, Peggy; Steele, Deborah; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Simkins, Sally L.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1999-07-15)
      Features this week include: Pharmacy formulary to change in August; MCG Physician heads medical care for games; MCG web wisdom; Pharmacy faculty honored; Tuition-free classes available in new program for full-time employees; Tuition reimbursement program continues; Management orientation initiated by human resources division; Trampolines: unsafe in any setting; Mrs. Farkas retires after 30 years of service; Genetics play role in cancer risks; Camp Rainbow set for next week; Rural hospitals and telemedicine are focus; 'That life-saving touch...'; Head trauma is leading killer of abused children; Black students encouraged to go into dentistry; Brown-bagging doesn't have to be bland; Telephone encounters make impressions-good or bad.