Interviews with sentinel nephrologists and caregivers that document renal-related healthcare from as early as the 1950s to the present.
Bit by Bit includes twenty-one Tech inspired essays written and read by Dugan Maddux highlighting the emerging information revolution, written during the years 1999-2001.
Henscratch is a collection of essays about children, chickens and farm life in southern Virginia.
These are interviews with members of the Averett family who knew Mary Jo Davis, the beloved former Dean of Students. They all tell stories of their time at Averett and their memories of Mary Jo.
June 1, 2010
50 years ago in March, 1960 just one month after Jack Cole joined Dr. Scribner’s team, the Seattle Kidney physicians used a Scribner Shunt to begin chronic dialysis for Clyde Shields. This interview of Mr. Cole talks about the Seattle team include Dr. Scribner, Les Babb, Fred Boen and henry Tenckhoff as well as the early innovative dialysis technology used in the care of Clyde Shields and the other early dialysis patients.