National Library of Medicine
1994, 2 videocassettes.
Health care reform town meeting [videorecording] / MPT, Maryland Public Television production, hosted by Kweisi Mfume. This documentary records the proceedings of a panel held April 18, 1994 at the Johns Hopkins University Medical Center to discuss concerns about current health care and delivery in the United States. Included on the panel are Dr. John D. Stokes, director of Medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, William C. Richardson, president of The Johns Hopkins University, Kurt L. Schmoke, mayor of Baltimore, Senator Barbara Mikulsi, Representative Ben Cardin, Donna Shalala, secretary of Health and Human Services, and Hillary Rodham Clinton, chair, Health Care Reform Task Force.
1995, 1 videocassette.
Food for thought [videorecording] / WBAL Baltimore, hosted by Kweisi Mfume. The topic of the program is food issues. The panel members are Wenda Royster, wellness consultant, David Schardt, Center for Science and the Public Interest, Caroline Smith Dewaal, Center for Science and the Public Interest, Diane Feffer Neas, restaurant consultant, Cynthia Glover, restaurant critic, Baltimore Magazine, Joseph Madden, FDA, and John W. Jones, FDA. They discuss fruits and vegetables, preservatives, food preparation, and food labeling among other topics.
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