Collection ASU0232 - Interorganizational study: an analysis of interaction patterns among community agencies [university publication]

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Interorganizational study: an analysis of interaction patterns among community agencies [university publication]

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  • May 1963 (Creation)

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2 Items

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William C. Fleming, M. D., Chief, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service, University of Miami School of Medicine, was the Director of the Chronic Illness Project, Inc.  The investigation was carried out by George J. Vlasak, Ph. D., Research Director, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Government, University of Miami and Helen Louise Winter, B. A., Research Associate.

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The University of Miami School of Medicine (now known as the Miller School of Medicine), is an academic medical center located in downtown Miami. It serves South Florida, South America and the Caribbean through education, research, patient care and community service. Founded in 1952 as Florida’s first accredited medical school, the Miller School of Medicine provides medical staff for the nationally renowned University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center and the University of Miami Hospital.

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The 169-page publication "Interorganizational study: an analysis of interaction patterns among community agencies" was written by the University of Miami and the Chronic Illness Project, Inc. in Dade County Florida in May 1963.

The University Archives holds two copies of the publication.

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  • English

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