Pishkin Elected to Board of Clinical Psychology Publishing

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Pishkin Elected to Board of Clinical Psychology Publishing

Dr. Vladimir Pishkin, director of clinical research at Willow View Hospital, and Professor of Psychiatry, OU Health Sciences Center, has been elected to the board of directors, Clinical Psychology Publishing Co. Elected at the 97th annual American Psychological Association convention in New Orleans, La., in August., Pishkin was also reappointed editor-in chief of the Journal of Clinical Psychology.

The company is in its 46th year and publishes professional and scientific books, psychological evaluation instruments, and eight professional journals. . .

- St. Anthony Hospital has opened its new childbirth center, "Joyful Beginnings". Joyful Beginnings' single room maternity care combines advanced technology and highly trained medical personnel to ensure safe, personalized care for both mother and baby.

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- Jerry B. Farley, vice president for business and finance at Oklahoma State University since August 1986, has been named vice president for admininstrative affairs at the University of Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. Farley's appointment is effective Oct. 1. He replaces Gary Smith, who left the university a year ago to accept a position with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

Farley's responsibilities will include overseeing the budget, computing services, educational support services, operations, personnel services, and purchasing departments. . .

- Dr. Jeff Sabine has moved to Bethany to continue his practice which specializes in family medicine. Sabine will assume the care of retiring Dr. John Bumpus' patients. His offices are located in the Western Oaks Medical Center, 7330 NW 23rd St., Bethany. . .

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- Dr. Carl R. Bogardus has been renamed secretary-treasurer of the American College of Radiology for 1990-91. The announcement was made during the ACR annual meeting in Seattle, Wash. Bogardus is professor and vice-chairman of the department of radiological sciences, director of division radiation therapy and radioisotopes research at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in Oklahoma City. He is attending radiologist at Midwest City Memorial Hospital and a consultant to other hospitals. . .

- Joe E. Mcdonald has been appointed head of Bethany General Hospital and Pavilion's pharmacy department. McDonald comes to Bethany from Enid and has an extensive background in hospital pharmacy management. . .

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- The Referral Center, the Central Oklahoma Affiliate of The National Council on Alcoholism, is sponsoring an open house on Friday, 1 p.

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