What People are Saying about the Jefferson Digital Commons
Resource URL: "Catalogue of the Faculty and Students of Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, for the Session 1845-6 with a List of the Graduates of March, 1845" (1845).Jefferson Medical College Catalogs.Paper 69. http://jdc.jefferson.edu/jmc_catalogs/69/
Comments: I used this resource while doing family genealogy. Thank you! I found my relative.
Name: Kim Broadnax
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/hplectures/53/#IDComment1045885776
Comments: It is impressive to be able to see young people convene in a manner such as what was provided through the opportunity of involvement with Next City. The fact that they were able to work towards a common goal and achieve a status that included a monetary gift to assist a deprived community is awesome! I am excited that my daughter was able to be a part of this experience!
Name: Javier Casillas MD
Country: MX (Mexico)
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/pacbfp/121/
Comments: I am very grateful for the opportunity to access this type of useful work to expand my knowledge in stem cells and their sustained clinical application
Name: Lauren Wiseman
Role: Non-profit Regional HIE
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1002&context=ms_hqs
Comments: We are seeking information on medication reconciliation with HIE as we strive to provide valuable use cases for our participants.
Country: AE (United Arab Emirates)
Comments: Good work
Referring Page: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/mphcapstone_presentation/143/
Role: physician, member of antibiotic stewardship comm
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1103&context=medfp
Comments: good info on use of bandemia in clinical practice
Country: BR (Brazil)
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1006&context=fmfp
Comments: I am a student at Universidade Estacio de Sa- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, College of Nutrition. We are writing a paper about Nutrition Literacy and would love to have access to the NLS. It would really help us in the development of our work, which is being conducted at a loca government family practice. Thank you in advance, Leticia Ghelman
Name: Betty Patricia Harrell
Resource URL: https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/46965911.pdf
Comments: Too many volumes as I researcher Bricker, William Henry for genealogy I became fascinated by the sciences of the early 1900's and could not stop...Thank you putting tham online for free.
Name: Rifka Saltz
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/otfp/3/
Comments: I need to learn how to administer and score the DAYC2 assessment, and the instructions provided on this website are clearest I've seen. Better than the manual my employer provides, and anything else I've seen on the web.
Name: Richard Hom
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1015&context=phbfp
Comments: I am doing a dissertation on vision impairment and functional disability
Comments: Very interesting article
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1063&context=jmc_catalogs
Comments: I'm using this document as a primary source document in an english paper. The topic is "Choose a medical document that is important to today and was important in the past."
Name: Bev Tumelty
Country: Great Britain
Role: Patient with anorectal melanoma
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/tmf/vol17/iss1/9/
Comments: researching these articles as had APER in March16 for anorectal melanoma and trying to find some positive outcomes. no luck yet. I am finding articles very interesting though as I am also a qualified nurse.
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1009&context=rothinsposters
Comments: good paper
Name: Kristen Merryman
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1001&context=jmcmatriculates
Comments: We have a historian of Durham, NC's history who has been trying to track down the education history of Bartlett Durham, who founded Durham, NC and this helped confirm that he did attend Jefferson but never graduated. So thank you!
Name: Gus Gotwalt
Role: Great Grandson of WWI medic at Base 38
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/american_red_cross_base_hospital/
Comments: I have a copy of that book that the pdf forms are from; and that book is falling apart. I am very grateful for whoever scanned the pages from their book.
Name: Praja Shapkota
Country: US, Syracuse NY
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/mphcapstone_presentation/150/
Comments: Interesting presentation. I am working on a similar project relates to refugee home ownership, community gardening and their well being.
Name: Karyem H. Aliffe, MD
Role: Medical Doctor
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1002&context=jmbcimfp
Comments: Thank you. It is very helpful to have open-access articles; it enables more effective e sharing, especially with motivated patients and fellow practitioners.
Name: Ted Urbanski
Resource URL: Annual Announcement of the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia: Session of 1861-62" (1861). Jefferson Medical College Catalogs. Paper 50. http://jdc.jefferson.edu/jmc_catalogs/50
Comments: I have been researching the 8th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry Baxter Smith Commanding. 1862-65
Dr. William Thomas Delaney was member of that Unit as an Assistant Surgeon.
he was also a 4th Sergeant and later a Assistant Surgeon I in the 5th Tennessee Battalion of Cav.
with your permission I can send you his life Story and the success he had as a physician before and after the Civil War
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1052&context=rothman_institute
Comments: I have a partial hamstring tendon tear and this article helped me learn about my injury
Resource URL: Chronic care at the crossroads: exploring solutions for chronic care management. 2007, Intel Corp. http://jdc.jefferson.edu/healthpolicyfaculty/38/
Comments: Access to this document further substantiates the background to my dissertation proposal
Name: Dr P Prabhakar
Resource URL: Common peroneal nerve palsy following total knee arthroplasty: prognostic factors and course of recovery. http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1067&context=orthofp
Comments: The article would be of use in management of post TKR complications
Name: Natalia B.
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/neurosurgeryfp/18/
Comments: !Need recommendation or consultation, if possible!
First, thank you so much for the article "Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor (MPNST)- An overview with emphasis on pathology, imaging and management strategies", it already turned to be very helpful in treatment and examination approach choosing for a 13-year patient with MPNST (proved by biopsy) and NF1.
I'm working as an oncologist in Moscow pediatric clinic (Russia - actually I haven't found my country in country-choosing list :), and this is one of my patients, the tumor is unresectable (involving near half of his neck with CA and VUI inside), so now we are trying to find out optimal non-surgical treatment tactics, but the information is rather poor and not really promising.
So actually I'm looking for an experience share, as the tumor is rather rare and the methods of treatment are still not very effective.
Role: Investigating my father's diagnosis
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1012&context=surgeryfp
Comments: Thank you for the valuable information. I feel more informed for tomorrow's conversation with my father's oncologist. My father just had a splenectomy and cancer was discovered on the spleen and pancreas. I have time to prepare my mom for the news that these may not be the primary sites where the cancer originated. Thanks again, Laura in Missouri
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1013&context=orthofp
Comments: I need to deepen my knowledge about the cervical facets fracture/dislocations. Your article is cited in many cases.
Name: Michael Ruiz, Ph.D.
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1065&context=jmc_yearbooks
Comments: I have a website of my historic hometown, Yorkship Village (Fairview), Camden, NJ (www.yorkshipvillage.com
I am inspired by Jefferson's commitment to history by making yearbooks available online in digital form. Jefferon's fine website encourages me to continue with my own website on the history of Yorkship Village, Camden, NJ and the associated Shipyard for which the town was built c. 1918.
On a personal note, Dr. Kaigh (also M.S. in Math from Temple before going to med school) taught me tensor analysis c. 1970. I would like to honor my former teachers such as Dr. Kaigh in my teaching both in class at my university and through making theoretical physics material available online in the spirit of educational and non-commercial "Creative Commons" dissemination of knowledge.
Michael J. Ruiz, Ph.D.
Professor of Physics
Name: Raoul de la Perlimpinpin
Resource URL: looking for photographs of the Class of 1978 because some famous physicians were in that class
Comments: Thank you for downloading these yearbooks. Please download 1978! There are famous doctors who graduated that year.
Name: Beverley Knoebel
Role: Retired librarian
Comments: I have been researching information about my great-uncle, Dr. Edgar W. Kemner, and have appreciated very much the opportunity to view the 1917 yearbook which was the year in which he graduated from Jefferson Medical School. I also was pleased to see his fellow classmate, Dr. Harry Bailey, who was my family doctor in Tamaqua since my birth and years of growing up. Thank you so much! BBK
Name: Steve Vandewalle
Role: Flight medic
Comments: This article was helpful in illustrating the nebulous association between autonomic dysfunction and cluster headaches. My wife has had (still undiagnosed) unilateral autonomic dysfunction in a cluster headache pattern, with no real pain---just a tightness
Name: Kaushik Dasgupta
Country: GB (Great Britain)
Comments: I have been hugely benefitted by this article, so much so that I am taking this minute out of a really busy and challenging Sunday sign out session. Kind Regards Yours sincerely
Name: Eliana Lage
Country: BR (Brazil)
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1046&context=rothman_institute
Comments: I'm very grateful. Thanks by share your library
Name: Dr. Sabyasachi Kar
Comments: Excellent podcast. I hadn't heard of V-BID before now, but now that I have I have to say that V-BID seems to be common sense, and I'm surprised it hasn't caught on more than it has. Then again, I suppose it's only a matter of time! Great ideas have a tendency to prevail.
Referring Page: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/hpforum/91/
Name: Rebecca Nottingham
Comments: Wow! Crazy to think that they could regulate bed tanning in the United States when only a few years ago it was one of the most promoted ways to tone your skin. Looking at our history of regulations with the induction of smoking, tanning almost doesn't make sense. It doesn't affect other people besides yourself which makes this a really controversial topic. Smoking can affect those around you which makes sense why they had to regulate it. I know that spray tanning is a great alternative which is why I started my own company. Even then, it will be curious to see how the health problems with that stack up as DHA is a prevalent additive that isn't good to ingest. Good article and thank you for posting!
Referring Page: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/mphcapstone_presentation/131/
Name: Brian Curwick
Role: Grandson of Alumni
Comments: My grandmother, Kathryn Fleck Saunders,RN was mentioned in this issue for her Presidency of Alumni and on her passing.
Comments: I always like your materials because they enrich me in knowledge, thanks alot
Request to use video collection on teaching residents http://jdc.jefferson.edu/resteach/ in an online graduate Teaching and Learning in Medical Education at the Memorial University of Newfoundland
Name: Carol Cote
Role: Family History
Comments: My great grandfather, M. K. Bowers attend[ed] Jefferson Medical College and studied under Dr. Ellerslie Wallace in 1878. I have one of his medical journals, with an "In Memoriam" of Dr Ellerslie Wallace pasted in the front. Dr. Bowers gave his first son the middle name of Ellerslie after Dr. Wallace. Thank you for this great information. It certainly adds to our family story.
Referring Page: Jefferson Medical College Catalogs
Name: Dorian J Wilson
Comments: I am giving a lecture that includes a salute to two military surgeons under whom I trained. The information will be quite helpful in setting a background for the talk. Thank you. Referring Page: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/milsurgusa/1/
My name is Theresa, I'm a PT from Oklahoma. I ran across your website when searching for patient/family education materials. There are some excellent articles on your site, I am quite impressed that your manuals have so much detail. I would like to use some of your materials for my rehab unit and I just wanted to check with you to make sure this is okay. Thanks for your time! Theresa Fletcher, DPT
Name: Tom Elmore
Comments: I am researching surgeons and assistant surgeons in the Union and Confederate armies at Gettysburg, and this resource has been very valuable since many graduates served in the Civil War.
Country: BE (Belgium)
Comments: thank you for allowing us to read this paper without having to pay for it
Referring Page: Cardio-oncology for the 21st century
Role: relative of graduate
Comments: Thank you for the alumni listing which enabled me to learn that my great grand uncle James R. Pepper (1831-1860)graduated in 1857 from Jefferson Medical College. He practiced for only about three years when, at the age of 28, he passed away from either typhoid or yellow fever. Without this website I doubt if I could have ever discovered which medical school he was graduated from. Referring Page: listing of alumni 1857
Name: Heikki Peltola
Country: FI (Finland)
Comments: I'm giving a lecture on yellow fever
Referring Page: Yellow fever in ancient times
Comments: Access to quality information was helpful in highlighting nurse-sensitive indicators in ambulatory care -- an area in which I have little formal exposure. Quick and affordable access was appreciated;so much change is happening so quickly these days. We need to move fast to stay in touch with trends and policy changes.
Name: Dian Wordinger
Role: staff, University of Notre Dame
Comments: I recently was provided with a picture and information that my great grandfather was a professor at Thomas Jefferson University (photo depicting his wife and children; one of his daughters is my grandmother). Always wanting to double-check facts, the document, "Catalog of Trustees, Professors, and Students of Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia: Session of 1882-83" listed his name: Thomas H. Carey, M.E. I plan to continue to research more, however this document provided me a foundation to begin to learn more about my ancestors.
Referring Page: Catalogue of Trustees, Professors, and Students of
Name: Marianthi Kiriakidou
Comments: I am so grateful for this chapter on the history of the Division of Rheumatology at Jefferson! I found it browsing the web for some additional information I needed to complete the content of the Division's new web site. Thank you for posting it! I would like to request permission to include the photos of the past division directors on our new site. Marianthi Kiriakidou MD Associate Professor of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University
Name: Colonel Jeffrey A. Bailey, MD, FACS
Role: Military Surgeon in War
Comments: Thank you for making this manual available by open access. The responsibilities and attributes of a military surgeon that Dr. Gross "hastily" characterized in this manual are as relevant and poignant today as they were in the opening days of the American Civil War. These words have inspired a new generation of military surgeons and resolve us to our purpose, service, and calling.
Referring Page: A Manual of Military Surgery, Samuel D. Gross, MD
Name: Jerry J. Svoboda, MD
Role: surgeon, amateur medical historian
Comments: Dear friends, I am the owner of the surgical instruments of Civil War surgeon Joseph R. Martin, Jefferson class of 1862. I printed out the 1861-62 catalogue to keep with the instruments as part of the historical record. Many thanks for this service to the profession and the ease of accessibility. Jerry Svoboda MD, Hahnemann Class of '77
Referring Page: Catalogue of Jeff. Med Coll session 1861-62
Name: David Moore
Country: AU (Australia)
Comments: I'm researching different ideas in yoga teaching about head stands, inversions & glaucoma for a book which I am writing. Thanks for posting this really useful article.
“I just have to thank you, thank you for posting this article! I was looking on search engines like google and yahoo search things about but was not finding anything! I found this blog and now but could not find what I was looking for! thanks again, was very much in need!”
Adverse health effects of nighttime lighting: comments on american medical association policy statement.
Name: Brian Shaw
Comments: Thanks for making this material available!
Name: Ana Marin
Role: Local Public Health
Comments: We would like to thank Jefferson Digital Commons for making articles accessible to Local Public Health Agencies. As you may know, not being affiliated with an academic institution 8 results in lack of access to free peer reviewed journal articles that are essential to our work. Having free access is important since Local Public Health Agencies do not have funding to pay for articles, in addition, access to the latest literature provides opportunities to learn new ways of improving our work. We commend you for providing this incredible resource. Thank you.
Name: James Miller
Comments: In preparing to write an article for the Friends of Fort Fisher (NC) newsletter, I accessed this manual of Civil War surgery. It will be very helpful in providing information on the status of field surgery at the outset of the Civil War.
Name: antonio spagnolin
Role: physical therapist - spinal unit
Comments: I'd like to translate your "patient-family teaching manual, Bowel" to give our patients and carers as a teaching tool. It's extremely well-done. I'm here to ask the permission to translate and distribute it. Thanks and best regards
Referring Page: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/spinalcordmanual_eng/4/
From Austria: D.Kuczer commented on "Cancer Screening 2014" by Richard C. Wender, MD - I wish we had such a program in our country. Compliance for breast and rectal cancer screening is still low. All the best for your work.
From Berlin: We are Medea Film, a production company based in Berlin, currently working on a documentary about breasts. This documentary will be broadcast on the german-french tv channel Arte probably around september.
R_D_Peterson_MD commented on "Jefferson Alumni Bulletin – Volume 63, Number 2, Spring 2014" - http://jdc.jefferson.edu/alumni_bulletin/310/ While wondering why I read the Bulletin peppered with corporate presentations and fluff, I read Marianne T Ritchie's Ode to a Mentor. I remember Dr. Goldstein as well during my first year fellowship at Lankenau under Dr. Gabuzda (another icon from the past). Thank you for reviving my memories of this gentleman physician, one who could be a model for so many and yet mirrored by so few
Name: Andrew Crockett
Comments: I was able to find my Grandfather-in-law's graduation announcement in your database for genealogical research purposes.
Referring Page: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/jmc_catalogs/43/
Gonzalo Alberto commented on "Terapia recreativa- Manual de enseñanza para el paciente y la familia " by Thomas Jefferson - http://jdc.jefferson.edu/spinalcordmanual_esp/15/ Me gusta y quiero recibir información, soy una persona trasplantada renal y quiero aprender como mantener mí cuerpo en forma y buena condición física y mental ya que soy un muy angustiado y nervioso. Muchas gracias Dios los bendiga en Abundancia.
Country: IT (Italy)
Resource URL: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/otfp/49/
Comments: I am an occupational therapy student and I am looking for research articles in the role of occupational therapy in the treatment of dementia. There are not many free to read and download articles in the internet and buying my access to all the articles I need to read is too expensive. It is very helpful that you do not do that and so now I have found a very useful article.