Doctors Serving People: Restoring Humanism to Medicine through Student Community Service

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Index
Note: Page numbers followed by “t” refer to tables and charts
AAMC. See Association of American Medical Colleges
Academic Medicine (journal), 4
Acadia Institute on Undergraduate Medical Education, 181
access (to health care), 5, 13, 14, 18, 27, 39–40, 47, 48, 92–93, 96–107, 136, 143–146, 149, 15 3
accountability (and professionalism), 182. See also errors
ACT UP, 67
Adams, Major, 81–82, 166–167
African Americans: and AIDS, 66, 70; Chicago neighborhoods of, 25, 31, 36, 62; culture of, 140; gays and lesbians among, 70; infant mortality among, 35; longevity of, x; as medical students, 13; number of, as patients or clients of RCSIP programs, 122, 123t; poverty among, 145, 189n10
Africans, x, 140
Agee, James, xi
AIDS/HIV: and American mortality rates, xi, 67; conferences on, 65–68; in Cuba, 103; educational magic shows about, 54, 73–77, 119t, 123–124, 125t; and globalization, 96, 98, 99; RCSIP programs related to, 11, 19, 67–78, 111–113, 119t, 123t, 124, 125t, 166, 167; schools’ programs regarding, 71, 166; testing for, 49, 155; treatment programs for, in Third World, 134, 171. See also sexually transmitted diseases
“AIDS after ‘Angels’” (Clendinen), 65
AIDS and Its Metaphors (Sontag), 78
AIDS Prevention Magic Show, 54, 73–77, 119t, 123–124, 125t
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, ix–x, 103
alcohol addiction, 39, 45, 120t, 124
Alexandria (South Africa), 102
Alivio Medical Center (Little Village neighborhood), 44
allied health workers, 153, 188n8
Allport, Gordon, 8
altruism, as core value of medical professionalism, 2, 5, 15, 59, 72, 73, 114, 115, 140, 142, 148, 150, 162, 182. See also idealism
American Indian Center (Chicago), 90
American Medical Students Association, 28, 69
Amnesty International, 77
Angels in America (Kushner), 65
Anthony, Saint, 163
anthropology, xi; methods of, 28, 101–102, 109, 132; as part of medicine, 41, 185
Area Agency on Aging, 146
ASAP, 119t
Asian Americans, x, 13
Associated Press polls, 144
Association of Academic Health Centers, 42
Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), 4, 26, 29, 81, 114, 158
asthma (childhood), 82–90, 111, 119t, 122–125, 145, 155
AT&T, 21
Azerbaijan, x
Babič, Momčilo, 97
Baier, Claudia, as RCSIP’s assistant director and mentor, 21, 22, 24, 27–29, 33, 38, 42, 50, 61–64, 75–77, 82, 92, 116, 136, 148, 152, 164, 170
Bakke v. Board of Regents, 143
Baldwin, Bud, x
Baragwanna Hospital (South Africa), 102
Bardack, Michelle, 34–36, 40–41, 43, 148
Becker, Howard, viii, 26
Behan, Brendan, 96
Belkengren, Richard, 19
Bellah, Robert N., 30
Bergen, Donna, 100
Berger, Peter, 7, 182

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