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Oral Histories in Family Medicine. 2009 STFM Annual Spring Conference Bill Ventres, MD, MA. Death by PowerPoint. Death by PowerPoint. Goals for Today. Introduction Review basic interviewing skills Watch brief movie Interview each other Review project needs Distribute hand outs.

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oral histories in family medicine

Oral Histories in Family Medicine

2009 STFM Annual

Spring Conference

Bill Ventres, MD, MA

goals for today
Goals for Today
  • Introduction
  • Review basic interviewing skills
  • Watch brief movie
  • Interview each other
  • Review project needs
  • Distribute hand outs
collaborative project
Collaborative Project

+

________________

+ YOU

Oral History Project

credit to
Credit to…

Don Ivey

Center for the History of Family Medicine

interviewing
Interviewing
  • Foster a free and open exchange
  • Include open-ended questions
  • Feel free to deviate from your script
  • “Tell me more”
  • Do not steal the show
lynn carmichael md
Lynn Carmichael, MD
  • Co-Founder of STFM
  • Founding Chair

Department of Family Medicine

University of Miami

  • STFM Insignia
activity
Activity

Interview a partner:

How did you enter family medicine?

set your goals
Set Your Goals
  • Decide on a topic
  • Evaluate potential interview resources
    • Biographical narratives
    • Topical
    • Single event interviews
  • Examine secondary sources
arrange the interview
Arrange the Interview
  • Make the call
  • Explain your intentions
  • Set an appointment time
prepare the equipment
Prepare the Equipment
  • Audio cassettes
  • Digital audio tapes (DAT)
  • Telephone recording
  • Video recording
before you leave home
Do your homework

Make sure you have everything you will need

Audio recorder

Power supply cord

Rechargeable batteries

Battery re-charger

External microphone

Audiocassette tapes

Release forms

Notepad

Pens or pencils

List of questions

Carrying case

Additional materials

Before You Leave Home
before you press record
Before You Press “Record”
  • Set up and test the equipment
  • Place the interviewee at ease
  • Complete and sign oral history release
conducting the interview
Conducting the Interview
  • Identify yourself on tape
  • Foster a free and open exchange
  • Include open-ended questions
  • Do not steal the show
  • Feel free to deviate from your script
  • Respect opinions of your interviewees
  • Keep interview “in the sunshine”
  • Take copious notes and watch tape counter
  • Keep an eye on time
  • Avoid making extraneous noises
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Conducting the Interview
  • Identify yourself on tape
  • Foster a free and open exchange
  • Include open-ended questions
  • Do not steal the show
  • Feel free to deviate from your script
  • Respect opinions of your interviewees
  • Keep interview “in the sunshine”
  • Take copious notes and watch tape counter
  • Keep an eye on time
  • Avoid making extraneous noises
conducting the interview18
Conducting the Interview
  • Identify yourself on tape
  • Foster a free and open exchange
  • Include open-ended questions
  • Do not steal the show
  • Feel free to deviate from your script
  • Respect opinions of your interviewees
  • Keep interview “in the sunshine”
  • Take copious notes and watch tape counter
  • Keep an eye on time
  • Avoid making extraneous noises
conducting the interview19
Conducting the Interview
  • Identify yourself on tape
  • Foster a free and open exchange
  • Include open-ended questions
  • Do not steal the show
  • Feel free to deviate from your script
  • Respect opinions of your interviewees
  • Keep interview “in the sunshine”
  • Take copious notes and watch tape counter
  • Keep an eye on time
  • Avoid making extraneous noises
concluding the interview
Concluding the Interview
  • “Any final thoughts?”
  • Sign and complete oral history release
  • Collect related items
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Concluding the Interview
  • “Any final thoughts?”
  • Sign and complete oral history release
  • Collect related items
storing the tape
Storing the Tape
  • Label and secure your tape
  • Store the tape in a safe place
copy the tape
Copy the Tape
  • Make four copies of each tape
    • Original and copy to CHFM
    • Copy for you
    • Copy for interviewee
      • Copy of interview
      • Thank you letter
prepare an index
Prepare an Index

Min. Side one of tape

  • :00 Biographical information; childhood information
  • :11 Early education through undergraduate school
  • :14 Medical School education
  • :23 Residency training

Min. Side two of tape

  • :00 Residency training (continued)
  • :08 Military service
  • :15 Private practice
  • :20 Involvement in AAGP/AAFP
  • :26 Concluding remarks
  • :29 End of interview
send to chfm
Send to CHFM
  • Master and one copy
  • Written indexes
  • Typed notes
  • Donated materials
  • Original release form
  • Original deed of gift
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