University of Washington
Correspondence, historical features, bylaws, minutes, financial records, grant files, reports, subject series, project files, and other related mateials, 1950-1991 (bulk 1971-1991). Records document the work of the association and its various name changes during the period
Rutgers University Libraries
Papers, among which are correspondence, research notes, and writings. Also family papers
Illinois State Archives
Peoria State Hospital Psychiatric Nursing Affiliation Program nursing student files include affiliation application; medical record; final record or evaluation; intelligence quotient test score; and correspondence. Form entries vary slightly before 1960 but usually include student name; birth date; sex; marital status; nationality; religion; home address; telephone number; emergency notification name and address; home nursing school; general education description (including schools attended, attendance dates, and degrees earned); previous clinical experience description; affiliation and certificate issuance dates; classwork description (e.g., courses; hours spent; grades); practical work record (e.g., hospital unit assignment; hours spent; grades); nursing ability and program performance evaluations. Health records include student and family medical history giving student height; weight; physical handicap or illness descriptions and immunication record
Illinois State Archives
Reports provide a monthly record of admissions to and discharges from state mental hospitals. Admissions give the admission date and the patient's name, age, residence, identification number, and indication of previous admission to a mental institution. After November 1942 the type of admission (i.e., insane, first admission, voluntary, court ordered, readmission, transfer, feeble-minded) also is provided. Discharges give the date of discharge or death, the patient's name, and after November 1942, the type of release (i.e., discharge, death, transfer)
Illinois State Archives
State appropriations and patient support payment record entries include receipt dates; patient or account credited; receipt number; and payee name. State appropriation amounts are listed under payroll or contingent accounts. Private support amounts are listed under support, trust, or miscellaneous accounts
Illinois State Archives
East Moline State Hospital patient admission entries include admission date; patient name; county of residence; name and address of individual bringing patient to hospital; staff member receving patient; and ward assignment. Entries (1917- ) include patient age, sex, race, occupation, religion, marital status, and birthplace; commitment type; correspondent name and address. Record (1941-1945) also noted years of Illinois residency; and whether new admission or re-admission. Patients refused admission because they needed medical care or were not "psychotic" are listed (1944 and 1945)
Illinois State Archives
Minutes concern White House Conference on Children and Youth, child welfare legislation, field visits, grant funding requests, state conferences, child welfare organization work, reorganization of state services for children, minors' rights, emotionally distruved children, handicapped children, abortion, adoption, youth employment, access to health services, substance abuse, juvenile delinquency, migrant workers and Commission operations. Relevant background materials also included: meeting notices, agendas, membership lists, committee reports, copies of legislation, etc
Illinois State Archives
Patient clothing issuance record includes patient name; clothing issuance date; clothing description and quantity
Illinois State Archives
Files include correspondence, reports and committee meeting minutes (i.e., Chiropractic Advisory Committee, State Dental Advisory Committee, Optometric Advisory Committee, Governmental Health Program Reimbursement Committee, etc.). Subjects include Medicaid, audits, Social Security, work incentive programs, nursing home care, Aid to Families with Dependent Children, on-site visits at facilities, abortions, interim care grant program, group care facilities, alcoholism, Illinois Family Planning Council, homemaker service to elderly and handicapped, handicapped children, mental health code revisions, personnel, long-term care, medical payments reporting system, out-of-state placements in care facilities, customary fees, renal dialysis, precription drugs, physician performance, federal guidelines and pending legislation
Illinois State Archives
Legal opinions prepared by the Attorney General for the Department of Public Welfare (1921-1960), and later the Department of Mental Health (1961-1975), concern budget appropriation legality; pending mental health legislation; mental health service taxation; patient rights; treatment of mentally ill criminals; mental illness determination; damage claims by patients and employees; eligibility for departmental care; patient estates; independent charitable institutions; loyalty oaths; employee compensation; departmental responsibility in transporting patients; and public assistance. Opinions contain date; file number; summary and full opinions; and occasionally include opinion requests which indicate if litigation was initiated by the Attorney General on departmental behalf

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