Minutes; record of proceedings; lists of attendees at annual proceedings; research papers and accompanying photographs and other material; programmes; exhibition catalogues; correspondence; tape recordings; menus.
Thirty interviews conducted by Stuart Bradwel as part of the Wellcome Trust-funded PhD studentship at the University of Strathclyde ‘Doctors Orders’ – Type 1 Diabetes and the Consultative Relationship, 1965-2002.
Whereas early physicians approached Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) in the paternalistic fashion common to mid-twentieth century practice and expected strict obedience to prescribed treatment, in 2002 the Dose Adjustment for Normal Eating (DAFNE) programme was initiated. This reconceptualised the professional as a remote source of support while encouraging those with T1DM to take an active role in determining the character of treatment, adjusting their own dosages of insulin and dietary intake as necessary on a day-to-day basis. Consequently, the traditionally passive ‘patient’ was transformed into a legitimately meaningful actor with the power to refine therapy according to their own subjective values and priorities.
The project investigated the nature of this transition from physician- to patient-led care in orthodox T1DM management, making particular reference to a process of ideological evolution within the medical profession in light of growing evidence that an empowered patient-body led to superior clinical outcomes. There is little printed evidence concerning the lay-experience of T1DM, while professional volumes tend to be heavily editorialised. Consequently, oral history – from both those with T1DM and professionals – was identified as a promising methodological framework with considerable potential to produce valuable evidence. A total of thirty interviews (19 with people living with type 1 diabetes, 7 with healthcare professionals, and 4 with professionals with the condition) were conducted between 5th May 2017 and 3rd July 2019.
Bradwel, Stuart, PhD student at University of Strathclyde
This was a working collection built up by George Outram & Co for journalists at The Glasgow Herald, and formed the basis for trade supplements published by George Outram & Co from the 1950s to the 1970s. It comprises press cuttings; press releases; company literature and statistics; and photographs on various aspects of shipbuilding with particular emphasis on the Clyde Shipbuilding industry.
Intermediate certificate, 1908; junior student's certificate, 1911; Glasgow Provincial Training Centre provisional marks, 1913; provisional recognition for service as certificated teacher, 1913; teacher's certificate, 1913; letter of appointment to Crookston Street Public School, 1913; notice of transfer from Oatlands to Queen Mary Street School, 1914.
Craig, Agnes Hendrie, b. 1892, student at Glasgow Provincial Training College
Notes for lessons, 1946-1948 (subjects include education, general methods, educational psychology, English literature, classroom English, speech training, arithmetic, history, geography, natural science, music, physical training and hygiene); examination papers, 1946-1948; Glasgow Training Centre prospectus, 1946-1947; Glasgow Provincial Committee for the Training of Teachers Article 55 prospectus, 1947; general methods non-graduate lecture scheme syllabus for first and second years, 1946-1947; Methods Department notes on beginning teaching, c 1946; programme for series of four concerts by Scottish Orchestra, 1947.
Taylor, Agnes C., fl. 1940-1949, student at Jordanhill College of Education, Glasgow
Correspondence and papers from most of Dalton's career. The collection includes:
papers on Dalton's career and the libel cases brought against him
correspondence and papers originating from Dalton's roles at the British Society for Social Responsibility in Science, the Transport and General Workers' Union, the Environment Agency and others
correspondence with fellow activists, occupational health experts, academics, doctors, solicitors, politicians, trade unionists, campaign groups, asbestos victim support groups and others
subject files on environmental and occupational health issues, particularly asbestos
publications by Dalton and letters to the press
consultancy and expert witness work
notes and papers from conferences and meetings
correspondence and papers relating to Dalton's involvement in the production of television and radio programmes on asbestos, together with a series of video recordings and transcripts of documentaries and other programmes collected by Dalton on asbestos and other environmental and occupational health and safety topics.
press cuttings on asbestos and other environmental and occupational health issues
Dalton's library of books, academic papers, reports and other publications on asbestos and other environmental and occupational health issues
Dalton, Alan James Patrick, 1946-2003, safety and environmental campaigner
20 volumes of lecture notes made by Alexander Porkess whilst a student at the Royal Technical College, Glasgow. The notebooks cover various subjects including mathematics, heat engines and natural philosophy. Many of the notebooks contain photographs, graphs and diagrams. There is also a copy of the thesis presented by Porkess for the Associateship of the Royal Technical College, August 1952. Also a bundle of notes, mainly examination questions and algebra, c. 1950s.
Porkess, Alexander Maclean, b. 1921, student at Royal Technical College, Glasgow
Scottish Universities Entrance Board certificate of fitness to enter upon a course qualifying for graduation in any Faculty in a Scottish University; Royal Technical College class certificates and Diploma in Chemistry; University of Glasgow examination certificates and degree parchment; letter from [ ] Bilsland, Office of the District Commissioner for Civil Defence, Glasgow, conveying best wishes to Miss Weir for her future happiness and thanks for all her work in the laboratory.
Personal accounts and receipts relating to Allan Glen 1845-1848; will, plans and deeds 1850-1851; Acts of Parliament, Educational Endowments 1876, 1908, 1912; financial and legal papers relating to the amalgamation of the School with the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College 1886-1888; financial records 1876-1912; buildings report 1894; bursary and scholarship applicants 1853, 1911; applicants for teaching post 1853 and list of teachers 1912; correspondence with Scotch Education Department, circulars etc 1907-1912; reports by His Majesty's Inspectors of Schools 1911, 1912; correspondence concerning the transfer of the School to the School Board of Glasgow 1910-1912; School magazine 1934 and 150th anniversary newsletters; books and pamphlets on the history of the School 1953, 1972, 2003; book of remembrance 1939-1945; coat of arms 1939.