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Ruth Watson Lubic papers

MC 214

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the University of Pennsylvania. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Barbara Bates Center for the Study of The History of Nursing
Creator:
Lubic, Ruth Watson, 1927-
Title:
Ruth Watson Lubic papers
Date:
1927-
Call Number:
MC 214
Extent:
47 Linear feet
Language:
English
Cite as:
Ruth Watson Lubic, Barbara Bates Center for The Study of The History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Ruth Watson Lubic (born 1927) continues to have a prolific career in midwifery nursing and advocacy for personalized care during labor for all women, especially for those in low-income neighborhoods. Dr. Lubic earned her nursing degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1955, and a B.S., a M.A and an Ed.D. from Columbia University Teachers College.

Upon her certification in midwifery in 1962, a program sponsored by the Maternity Center Association (MCA), she worked with and at the MCA, serving as general director for 25 years. During her time there she developed several free standing birthing center, including the Childbearing Center (located in New York) and the Morris Heights Childbearing Center (in the Bronx). In 1983, she co-founded the National Association of Childbearing Centers.

Dr. Lubic has received numerous honors for her dedication and work, including the MacArthur Foundation “Genius” fellowship (the first nurse to be honored) in 1993. She used this money to found the DC Developing Families Center, located in one of the poorest wards and high infant mortality rate in Washington D.C. Throughout her career, Dr. Lubic has been involved in local, national, and federal organizations and committees and worked alongside politicians to advance midwifery, prenatal care, and birthing services. A writer, teacher, and speaker, Dr. Lubic is world-renowned for her dedication. She has received honorary degrees and special recognitions from eight universities and dozens of awards, including the Rockefeller Public Service Award from Princeton University, the American Public Health Association’s Martha May Eliot Award and the Institute of Medicine’s Lienhard Award. She was also named a Living Legend by the American Academy of Nursing.

Scope and Contents

Materials within this collection document Dr. Ruth Watson Lubic's career as a pioneer in midwifery. Her international work and travel is well documented along with her prolific speaking engagements. In addition, this collection consists of papers and materials regarding the groundbreaking childbearing centers established by Dr. Lubic in New York and Washington D.C. Dr. Lubic's materials also reflects her involvement with the Maternity Center Association as well as the National Association of Childbearing Centers.

Scope and Contents

The Ruth Watson Lubic collection was acquired by the University of Pennsylvania, Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing between 2014 and 2016. The materials are arranged in 12 series that shed light on her illustrious career as advocator of nurse midwifery and dedication to low-income maternal health.

The first two sections focus on Dr. Lubic’s personal correspondence as well as her education while completing her dissertation at Teachers College.

Series 3 highlights her work at the Maternity Center Association (MCA, renamed to Childbirth Connection in 2005). Dr. Lubic began her time with MCA as a clinical instructor in 1962 before changing roles to parent educator and counselor (1963-1967). She was general director from 1970-1995 and director of Clinical Projects (1995-1997). During Dr. Lubic’s time at the MCA, she spearheaded the opening of two demonstration project to highlight the safe practice of midwifery and its cost-effectiveness. This series contains reports, minutes, correspondence and other documents related to Dr. Lubic’s tenure at MCA.

The next series documents the National Association of Childbearing Centers (NACC), which Dr. Lubic co-founded and was first president, while at the MCA. Materials included here are correspondence, minutes, and activities related to the NACC.

In series 5, materials explore Dr. Lubic’s time as an expert consultant to the Assistant Secretary in the Office of Public Health and Sciences, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Documents include site visits, reports, meeting minutes and correspondence related to supporting and creating birthing centers for Native Americans on or near Reservations.

The next section focuses on her time in Washington D.C. and the establishment of the Developing Families Center (DFC), where she was president and CEO, an umbrella organization for 3 independent organization. 1 of those groups, the Family Health and Birth Center (FHBC), was also established by Dr. Lubic and she also served as president and General Director. This section encompasses both the DFC and the FHBC as separate subseries as they were independent organizations, as well as other join projects.

Series 7 contains materials related to Dr. Lubic's work as a professor at Georgetown University and Case Western Reserve University.

Series 8 focuses on Dr. Lubic travels abroad. One significant trip was to the People’s Republic of China in 1971 as part of the Institute for Medicine’s first official medical delegation, and was the only nurse leader. This series documents that trip, along with trips to London, Paris, Sweden, Russia, and Australia.

The next series documents Dr. Lubic’s additional professional activities, including her time with the Institute of Medicine. Materials include testimonies, workshops, consultations, panel and other related documents.

The last three series documents the numerous speech, presentations, conferences and publications that Dr. Lubic wrote as well as research materials for her work, and the awards she received recognizing her illustrious career.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Barbara Bates Center for the Study of The History of Nursing

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Jessica Clark, assisted by Ashley Payne

Access Restrictions

This collection is mainly unrestricted. Restrictions may be in place at the request of the Donor or to protect individual personal information.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Center with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Ruth Watson Lubic, 2014

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Controlled Access Headings

Occupation(s)
  • Nurse
Personal Name(s)
  • Lubic, Ruth Watson, 1927-
Subject(s)
  • Maternity nursing
  • Midwifery

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Collection Inventory

Series 1.  Personal, 1967-2012.

Scope and Contents note

This section focuses on some of the personal correspondence of Dr. Lubic as well as her C.V. Additional personal correspondence can be found within her work specific correspondence.

Box Folder

Ruth Watson Lubic Resume, C.V., 1978-1999.

1 1

Various personal and public correspondence, 1967, 1986-1996.

1 2

Various personal and public correspondence, 1967, 1986-1996.

1 3

Various personal and public correspondence, 1967, 1986-1996.

1 4

Various photos and personal mementos, 1994, 1995, 2001.

5 5

Columbia Teacher’s College and NYU, 1980, 1995-1999, 2001.

1 6

Emails and correspondence for party, May 2001.

1 7

Brian Little Memorial June 23-24 2012, April-June 2012.

1 8

Peoples Inaugural Gala, Dec 2008-Jan 2009.

1 9

Penn Alumni Weekend visit, Sept 30-Oct 2 2011. check.

1 10

HUP SON Dedication, Oct 2009.

1 11

Dinner party Dec 9 2011 correspondence, Nov-Dec 2011.

1 12

91st birthday recognition, 2018.

34 12

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Series 2.  Education, 1978-1990.

Scope and Contents note

This section focuses on Dr. Lubic’s education while working on her dissertation in Anthropology at Columbia University Teachers College (completed in 1979).

Box Folder

Dissertation prospective and correspondence, defense and publication materials, Aug 1978-May 1979, 1980, 1986, 1990. Restricted.

1 1

Correspondence for dissertation, Jan-Feb 1979, June-July 1980.

1 2

correspondence and grant application, April 1977-Jan 1980.

1 3

Doctoral administration materials, Nov 1969-Oct 1976.

1 4

Doctoral readings and papers, c. 1967-1979.

1 5

Barriers and conflict in maternity center innovation- dissertation reprint, 1979.

1 6

CNEP and Barriers and Conflict 1979; Correspondence regarding release of RWL doctoral thesis, May – June 1993.

1 7

“Barriers and Conflict in Maternity Care and Innovation” 1979; RWL Dissertation and abstract, 1979.

1 8

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Series 3.  Maternity Center Association, 1970-2005.

Scope and Contents note

The Maternity Center Association (renamed to Childbirth Connection in 2005) was founded in 1918 to develop and advance maternity care through research, education and advocacy. Dr. Lubic began her time with MCA as a clinical instructor in 1962 before changing roles to parent educator and counselor (1963-1967). She was general director from 1970-1995 and director of Clinical Projects (1995-1997) before leaving the MCA for Washington D.C., becoming president and CEO of the District of Columbia Developing Families Center. During Dr. Lubic’s time at the MCA, she spearheaded the opening of two demonstration projects to highlight the safe practice of midwifery and its cost-effectiveness. In 1975 The Childbearing Center in New York City was established to demonstrate out-of-hospital birthing (closing in June 1996). Continuing the success of the first Center, the Childbearing Center of Morris Heights opened in 1988 to service low-income families of the Bronx (though now separate from MCA/CBC). This series contains reports, minutes, correspondence and other documents related to Dr. Lubic’s tenure at MCA. Some materials may be restricted to protect personal identifiable information and other rights. Please contact the Center for more information.

Box Folder

Bylaws, 1972-1989.

1 1

Board of Director’s Breakfasts, Nov 1988-Dec 1994.

1 2

Special Board Meeting, Feb 21, 1995 .

1 3

Annual Meeting, April 27, 1995, Feb-May 1995.

1 4

Board of Directors Meeting, April 27, 1995 .

1 5

Special Board of Director’s Meeting DCBC, May 10, 1995 .

1 6

Board of Director’s Meeting, May 25, 1995.

1 7

Special Board Meeting, June 13, 1995.

1 8

Board of Directors, May 1996.

1 9

Board of Directors, June 1996.

1 10

Board of Directors Mailing, July-Aug 1996.

1 11

Board of Directors and Annual Meeting, Sept 1996.

1 12

Board of Directors, Oct 1996.

1 13

Board of Directors Meeting, Nov 1996.

1 14

Board of Directors, Jan 1997.

1 15

Board of Directors, Mar 1997.

1 16

Board of Directors, April 1997.

1 17

Board of Directors stats, June 24, 1994 .

1 18

Board of Directors and DCBC Business, Oct 1996-Jan 1997.

1 19

Finance Committee, Feb 1995.

1 20

Planning Committee Mission and Goals, Mar 1981, Jan 1986- May 1990.

1 21

75th Anniversary, General Arrangements, 1993.

1 22

Phyllis R. Farley, President, Aug 1994-Feb 1996.

1 23

Advocacy File, Nov 1992-Mar 1993.

1 24

Budgets and goals, 1978.

1 25

Fundraising, Jan 1992-Mar 1993 . restrict .

1 26

Financials, 1994.

1 27

Business, Nov 1995-Aug 1997.  restrict.

1 28

Maternity Center Association, 1986, 1998.

1 29

MCA, Jan 1998-Aug 1999, 2000.

1 30

Management Transition File, June 1992-Jan 1995.

1 31

Correspondence and communications, Sept 1984-Jan 1997.

1 32

CBC, MCA statistics, 1994.

1 33

Kitty (Eunice) Ernst, June 1989-Aug 1994. restrict.

2 34

Maureen Corry Elizabeth Seton Maternity Center transition, Aug 1995-Nov 1997. restrict.

2 35

DCBC Funds Settlement. restrict.

2 36

D.C. Trip Maternity Center Association Board, June-July 1996.

2 37

MCA Challenge Grant, April 1997-May 1998.

2 38

Director of Clinical Projects, May-Sept 1995.

2 39

Maternity Center Association – Staff materials, April 1996-Nov 1997.

2 40

Update on “Economic Rational for FSBC”, Feb-Aug 1991.

2 41

Statement of Maternity Center Association Before the New York State Health Care Financing Council, Senator Tarky Lombardi, Jr., Chairman, Nov 30, 1978.

2 42

Statement of Maternity Center Association Ruth Watson Lubic, General Director Before the House Committee on Ways and Means, June 14, 1974.

2 43

Public Health Council, Jan 1977, Jan, May 1978.

2 44

An “Evening at MCA” Oct 1, 1990, Sept-Oct 1990.

2 45

Saturday Evening Post, Reprint of Dr. Louis Hellman’s Feature 1964 & M.D. John Parente Tribute December 1995 Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center.

2 46

Application, correspondence, agenda materials for Hastings Center General Meeting, June 20-21, 1980 .

2 47

Samuels Foundation, July-Dec 1996, Sept 1997.

2 48

Maternity Center Association Party, 1995.

2 49

MCA Agreement letter, Nov 12-25, 1997.

2 50

Agreements between RWL and the MCA, 1995-2000. restricted.

2 51

Correspondence and receipts for MCA luncheon celebrating RWL's MacArthur award September 1993, Aug-Sept 1993, Aug-Sept 1993.

2 52
Series 3.1.  Kellogg Grant Steering Committee minutes and materials, Sept 19 1999.
Box Folder

Correspondence, Sept 1989-Jan 1995.

2 1

Chronology, April 1989.

2 2

Report, 1986/87.

2 3

Grant Correspondence, Feb 1984-April 1989.

2 4

Kellogg Foundation Reports and Correspondence, Feb 1985-Feb 1989, Feb 1985-Feb 1989.

2 5

Maternal Care Nursing Health Practice proposal, July 1985.

2 6

Resubmission, Nov 1985.

2 7

Series 3.2.  Correspondence, 1969-2005.

Scope and Contents note

Within this subseries, communications regarding proposals, reviews, congratulations, recommendations, politics, doctors, birthing centers, and students are discussed. Some folders may be restricted.

Box Folder

Misc. A thru K, June 1996-Dec 1999.

2 1

Akhter, Mohammad, Nov-Dec 1996.

2 2

Anderson, Gene, Oct 1989-Feb 1990.

2 3

Andrews, Claire, April-May 1990, July 1992.

2 4

Anthony, T.J., April 1996-Aug 1999.

2 5

Arnold, Jane, Jan 1992, Nov 1995.

2 6

Axelrod, David (state official), Aug 1981-Dec 1990, July 1994.

2 7

Baldwin, Rahima, Feb 1995-Jan 1995.

2 8

Ballard, Royda, ACNMF, Mar 1993.

2 9

Bauman, William, MD, Dec 1992-Jan 1993.

2 10

Barron, Bruce, MD, June 1993-Nov 1995.

2 11

Bear, Betty, June 1992, July 1993, Feb 2000.

2 12

Beeman, Ruth & Bob, Oct 1983-July 1999.

2 13

Beittel, Hanne, Sept-Dec 1993.

2 14

Bellamy, Carol (commissioner), Oct 1980, Jan 1982, July 1984.

2 15

Bell, Bert, Sept-Dec 1990, June 1992.

2 16

Bishop, Barbara, MCN, Sept 1995-Jan 1996.

2 17

Bolane, Jamie, July 1983-May 1993, July-Nov 1997.

2 18

Boufford, Jo Ivey, April-Aug 1994.

2 19

Bourne, Peter, Aug 1984-Jan 2000.

2 20

Boyce, John, MD, Aug 1994-April 1995.

2 21

Boyer, Ernest, May 1990, Jan 1996.

2 22

Bradley, JoAnn, Mar 1992, Nov 1993, Aug 1997.

2 23

Bulger, Roger, AAHC, Oct 1988, Feb 1989, July 1994, Nov 1998.

2 24

Burris, John C., Aug-Nov 1998.

2 25

Bush, Freda, Oct 1991.

2 26

Calkins, Barkley (MCA board of directors minutes), April 1990-Jan 1997.

2 27

Caper, Dr. Philip, May 1979-Jan 1980.

2 28

Carr, Katherine Camacho, May 1997.

2 29

Cavero, Carmela, Aug 1971-Dec 1994.

2 30

Chalmers, Iain, MD (Oxford) [1 of 3], Dec 1978-Dec 2001.

2 31

Chalmers, Iain, MD (Oxford) [2 of 3], Dec 1978-Dec 2001.

2 32

Chalmers, Iain, MD (Oxford) [3 of 3 draft chapter], Dec 1978-Dec 2001.

2 33

Channon, TeShawn, Jan-Oct 1996.

2 34

Chapman, Carleton, MD, July 1987.

2 35

Chassin, Mark, MD, Aug-Dec 1992.

2 36

Christiani, Karin (Sweden), Jan 1986-Dec 1989, June 1992.

2 37

Chu, Benjamin, MD, Nov 1992, Feb 1994, Jan 1999.

2 38

Clark-Coller, Terri, May 1994. restricted.

2 39

Cohen, Richard L., MD (postpartum), June 1978-Dec 1979, Mar 1992.

3 40

Cole, Eunice, Oct 1979, Oct 1992.

3 41

Conway-Welch, Colleen, Oct 1990-July 1999.

3 42

Cornfoot, Jan (Capers) (Aussie), Aug 1989-July 2000.

3 43

Cranch, Gene, Dec 1996-May 2001.

3 44

Cunningham, Nick & Cathy, MDs, July 1996-Dec 2000.

3 45

Ashley, JoAnn & Wally, April 1996.

3 46

Fondiller, Shirley - Interview with Ruth Lubic, Aug 28, 1983, Jan 2006-Jan 1988, Mar 1997.

3 47

Foster, Joyce Cameron, May-Oct 1989, May 1994-July 1997, July 1999. restricted.

3 48

Fox, Dr. Claire, May 1970-July 1971, Jan 1973.

3 49

Friedan, Betty, July 1983.

3 50

Fuchs, Fritz, May-Oct 1995.

3 51

Fuchs, Victor, Nov-Dec 1991.

3 52

Fullerton, Judith, Mar-May 1994, Feb 1995. restricted.

3 53

Gallo, Robert co-honoree UMDNJ, Nov-Dec 1993.

3 54

Gause, Ralph, MD, Aug 1975-Mar 1986.

3 55

Gavette, Lylaine, Jan 2001 . Restricted.

3 56

Gebbie, Kristine, Nov 1995.

3 57

Geiger, H. Jack, M.D., Oct 1994.

3 58

Geiger, Margie, July 1984-Nov 1999.

3 59

Gellhorn, Alfred, Jan 1984-April 1996.

3 60

Glaser, Robert, Lucille Markey fund, Jan 1990-Jan 1996.

3 61

Glickstein, Barbara, Oct 1990-Aug 1991.

3 62

Gold, Nancy, April-Aug 1987, June 2000.

3 63

Goodman, Nadine, May-July 2000.

3 64

Gordon, Suzanne, Mar 1997.

3 65

Gore, Tipper, Jan-Sept 1993.

3 66

Gorman, Christine, Nov 1992.

3 67

Gottfried, Richard – Assemblyman, April 1991-May 1996.

3 68

Gross, Marilyn, April-Dec 1990.

3 69

Gund, 52 E. 92nd St., Feb-April 1988.

3 70

Haire, Doris, Feb 1993, Aug 2004.

3 71

Hall, Joyce Y., Mar 1993, Feb-May 1994.

3 72

Hamburg, David M.D., Sept 1983-Dec 1995, Jan 2001.

3 73

Hanaway, Lorraine, Dec 1999.

3 74

Mechanic, David, Mar-April 1978.

3 75

McGivern, Sean, Sept 2000.

3 76

McDermott, Walsh M.D. – PRC Trip, May-June 1974, May 1980.

3 77

McNerney, Walter J., Dec 1980-July 1985.

3 78

Megel, Milene, Dec 1991-Mar 1992.

3 79

Menashe, Abraham, Dec 1986-Dec 1988 .

3 80

Metzger, Walter Loya, Hillary, Nov 1998.  Restrict.

3 81

Meyers, Donald, Feb 1985, Feb-June 1987, Sept 1990.

3 82

Michalik, Barbara - Radio Interview, Sept 1972.

3 83

Pendergraft, Scott, July 1995-Feb 1996, Feb 1999.

3 84

Pepper, Anita, May 1976, April, Dec 1977.

3 85

Peters, Charles, June 1996, June-Sept 1997, May 1998, May-June 1999.

3 86

Peterson, Barbara, Sept 1987-Jan 1990, April 1992-Mar 1995.

3 87

Pincus, Leon, Oct-Dec 1982, Jan 1995.

3 88

Piore, Nora, June 1990.

3 89

Pollack, Ron, Mar 1990-Jan 1996, Feb 2000.

3 90

Porter, Herb and Lucille, Sept 1987, April 1997-July 2000.  Restrict.

3 91

Powell, Jane, Nov 1994-Jan 1998, June 2003, Sept 2004.

3 92

Quindlen, Anna, June 1993-Aug 1994.

3 93

Misc. correspondence L-Z, Aug 1982, Nov 1996-Nov 1999.  Restrict.

3 94

Kaminsky, Sari, Sept-Oct 1992, Feb-May 1994.

3 95

Karan, Josh, Jan 1993.

3 96

Kassabian, Lucy, Aug-Sept 1996.

3 97

Kelly, Constance, Aug 1986.

3 98

Kennell, John, Dec 1997.

3 99

Kerenyi, Thomas M.D., Jan 1990.

3 100

Kessner, David & Pat Lynch, July 1986.

3 101

Kety, Seymour – People's Republic of China Trip, May-Nov 1974.

3 102

Kieffer, Marilyn, Feb-Mar 1991.

3 103

Kitzinger, Sheila, May 1990, Feb 1999.

3 104

Klerman, Lorraine - Speech, 1997.

3 105

Koop, C. Everett (Chick), Oct 1982-Jan 1983, Oct-Nov 1991, June 1994, June 1995, Oct-Nov 1998, Feb 2000.

3 106

Lambertson, Eleanor.

3 107

Law, Alfred, Sept 1993-Dec 1997. Restrict.

3 108

Law, Katie, Feb-Mar 1997, Feb 2001.

3 109

Lawrence, Robert M.D., Nov 1992-Jan 1993, Dec 1995.

3 110

LeBoyer, Frederick M.D., Mar 1975, Jan 1981.

3 111

Lee, Philip UCSF - Policy, May 1974-May 1983, Sept 1988, July 1999.

3 112

Lee, Philip Assistant Secretary for Health, Mar-Nov 1993, Sept 1996-Oct 1997.

3 113

Leedham, Charles, Feb, Aug-Oct 1972.

3 114

Leppert, Phyllis, CNM, M.D., June 1987-Sept 1990.

3 115

Lieberman, Ellice, M.D., Oct 2000.

3 116

Lerut, Katia, May 1997-Jan 2000.

3 117

Little, A. Brian, MD McGill/Case Western, Sept 1987-Oct 2000.

3 118

Loir, Sonia, CNM, Mar 1974-Oct 1975, Dec 1992.

4 119

Lowe, Charles MD, Mar 1979-Aug 1982.

4 120

Lubic, William – Bulletin of ACNM, Nov 1969.

4 121

Marsico, Teresa, Oct 1990-April 1999.

4 122

Lumley, Judith – Australia, Aug 1996-Jan 1997.

4 123

Lythcott, George, MD – PRC, May 1974, Dec 1979, May 1984-Oct 1985.

4 124

Madyun, Zakiyyah, Nov 1993-Feb 1999.

4 125

Mahan, Charles MD, an 1984-July 1985, Dec 1990, Jan 1994-May 1995.

4 126

Mahler, Halfdan – WHO, May-Nov 1977, June 1979-June 1981, Aug-Oct 1989, July-Sept 1999.

4 127

Mahoney, Margaret – 1995, CF, Nov 1994-June 1995, Feb-Dec 1998, Mar 2001.

4 128

Maloney, Carolyn – Member of Congress, H.R., June 1991, Mar 1994-June 1995.

4 129

Maraldo, Pamela, RN, Oct 1992, April 1993-April 1994. Restrict.

4 130

Mason, Diana, RN, Jan 1986, Oct 1988-Oct 1990, Jan 1996-Aug 1997.

4 131

Mason, Diana; Talbott, Sue; Leavett, Judith – Book: Policy and Politics for Nurses, Sept 1991-June 1999 . Restrict .

4 132

Miller, C. Arden, Feb-Mar 1987, April & Oct-Nov 1994. restricted.

4 133

Miller, Margaret, May 1992.

4 134

Mitchell, Maria, RN, CPNP.

4 135

Mitford, Jessica, Mar 1992.

4 136

Mokhiber/Pharmacy, Cbc Controlled Substances, Sept-Oct 1987, Aug-Dec 1984.

4 137

Moreno, Fernando, June 1997-July 2000.

4 138

Morris, Thomas Q., 1993. Restrict.

4 139

Moss, Jeanine, July 1992.

4 140

Mota, Milady, Jan-Feb 1996. Restrict .

4 141

Moynihan, Daniel P., June-Dec 1994. restrict.

4 142

Muma, Edith (Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation), Mar 1989, June 1996.

4 143

Mundinger, Mary O., Dec 1988-Feb 1997.

4 144

Munyan, Shirley, Mar 1984.

4 145

Murphy, Solbritt, Nov 1984, Mar 1986.

4 146

Murray, Dean B. Louise, July, Sept 1972.

4 147

Musacchio, Marilyn, Aug-Nov 1990.

4 148

Myerson, Peg & Howie, July-Aug 2000.

4 149

Nerney, Sr. Mary, May-June 1998.

4 150

Neuberg, RoseAnn, Oct 1994.

4 151

Newton, Quigg & Ginny, Feb 1994, Dec 1997, May 2003.

4 152

Nilsson, Carl-Axel & Ulla Waldenstrom, April 1984-May 1991.

4 153

Nilsson, Carl-Axel & Ulla Waldenstrom, 2nd folder May 1991-June 2000.

4 154

Nilsson & Waldenstrom – papers/articles, 1992-1996.

4 155

Nissenson, Hugh, Aug 1992.

4 156

543 Noonan, Allan (PA Sec. of Health), Dec 1987-Dec 1996, Mar 2001.

4 157

Norsigian, Judy, BWHBC, Nov 2000.

4 158

Novello, Antonia (Surgen General), Dec 1990-Feb 1991.

4 159

Nusbaum, Mel (MN/CP), Aug 1989-Oct 1990.

4 160

Odent, Michel, Summer-Winter 1993.

4 161

Orleans, Leo A. (Delegate to China), May-Oct 1974, Nov 1975, Oct 1977.

4 162

Osborne, Cheryl & Richard, Oct & Dec 1994, Jan-Feb 1997, Jan 1998.

4 163

Ossad, Linda, Dec 1992.

4 164

Paine, Lisa, Nov 1992, May-June 1997.

4 165

Papiernik, Emile, Nov 1990, June-July 1991, Feb & June 1996.

4 166

Papp, Peggy, June 1997, Jan 1999, May 2004.

4 167

Pearse, Warren, Nov-Dec 1989.

4 168

Pearson, Clarence, April 1993-April 1997.

4 169

Radanovich, George (Congress), July 1996.

4 170

Raff, Beverly, April 1991, Jan 1992, June 1994.  Restrict.

4 171

Randal, Judith (Daily News), Feb-Oct 1979.

4 172

Randolph, Linda, Aug 1983-Mar 2001.

4 173

Rangel, Charles B. (Congressman), Jan 1980-June 1996.

4 174

Raphael, Carol, June-July 1983.

4 175

Razavi, Maryam, July 1996.

4 176

Reader, George, MD, Mar 1982-Jan 1997.

3 177

Redman, Annie, Dec 1996-Jan 1997, July-Aug 1997.

4 178

Reed, Ingrid, June 1993-May 1995.

4 179

Reinhart, Uwe, Feb 2000.  Restrict.

4 180

Reynolds, Ann, Oct 1997, Mar-July 1994.

4 181

Richwald, Gary, Aug 1987, April-Oct 1989, Oct 1990, May 1992.

4 182

Rimel, Rebecca, 1992, 1993, 1996.  Restrict.

4 183

Roberts, Joyce, Aug 1990-Aug 1998.

4 184

Roberston, Sally & Bruce, Sept-Oct 1997.

4 185

Robinson, Barbara, Mar 1998. Restrict.

4 186

Rodriguez-Trias, Helen, Nov 1991.

4 187

Roelens, Agnes / Canoodt, Luk, Jan 1982, Aug 1983, Feb 1995-Feb 1997. restrict.

4 188

Rogartz, Peter, Nov-Dec 1993.

4 189

Romanzi, Laurie, May-June 1992, April-June 1995, Sept 1996, Feb-Oct 1998.  Restrict.

4 190

Romney, Cy, May-June 1992, April-June 1995, Sept 1996, Feb-Oct 1998.

4 191

Rooks, Judith, May-Nov 1986, Aug 1990-Dec 1991, Oct 1994-Jan 1995, June 1999-June 2000.  Restrict.

4 192

Root, Alan, April-July 1996.

5 193

Rosenfield, Allan, July-Aug 1990, Dec 1995, Mar 1996.

5 194

Ross, Robert, July 2000.

5 195

Rothschild, Carola W., Sept-Dec 1987.

5 196

Rothman, B.K. (Paper), April-Nov 1990, April 1991, Jan 1992, June 1994.

5 197

Roy, Asoka, Feb-Mar 1987, Oct 1991.  Restrict.

5 198

Roy, William, MD, Feb-Dec 1977, Sept-Dec 1978.

5 199

Reguero, Wilfred, Aug 1985, Feb 1986, June 1991.

5 200

Ryan, Kenneth J., MD, Feb 1977, Dec 1982.

5 201

Ryan, Sheila, Oct 1995.  Restrict.

5 202

Safriet, Barbara, June 1993.

5 203

Sakala, Carol, May-July 1988, May 1990.

5 204

Salmon, Marla, July 1999.

5 205

Salsberg, Ed, Jan 1995.

5 206

Sanger, Sirgay, Mar-May 1973.

5 207

Satcher, David, April 1998.

5 208

Schacter, Mark, Dec 1987.

5 209

Schorr, Daniel & Lisbeth (Lee), May 1999.

5 210

Schroeder, Steve, April 1993, Mar 1995.

5 211

Schuler, Wolfgang, Oct-Nov 1991.

5 212

Schwartz, Irv & Felice, April-May 1995, April 1996.

5 213

Schwarz, Richard, April-Oct 1994, June 1995.

5 214

Schwartz, Steve, 1984-1989.

5 215

Scott, Jessie, Oct 1989, Feb 1993, July 1994.

5 216

Scupholme, Anne, April 1986.

5 217

Shalala, Donna SEC, H.H.S., Jan-Oct 1993.

5 218

Sharp, Liz, Feb 2001.

5 219

Shirley, Aaron, 1998.

5 220

Sidel, Victor, July 1989, June 1990, May-July 1997, May 1998.

5 221

Silver, George, MD, Feb 1977-June 1997, Mar 2005. restricted.

5 222

JAPHA opinion piece, Sept 1996.

5 223

Simkin, Diana, June 1993.

5 224

Simmons, Henry MD, May 1987, April 1988.

5 225

Simopoulos, Artemis, MD, July 1979-Dec 1992.  Restrict.

5 226

Simopoulos, Artemis, MD, Mar 1993-Jan 1998.

5 227

Simpson, Sr. Mary Stella, Oct 1990.

5 228

Sinquefield, Gail, Nov 1995, Nov 1998.

5 229

Sirey, Aileen, June 1977.

5 230

Sizemore, Susan, Sept 1982, May 1983.

5 231

Skiff, Anna, Feb-Mar 1987.

5 232

Skinner, David, April-July 1979.

5 233

Skirgard, Aini, May-Oct 1993.

5 234

Skjold, Barbara, Mar & July 1997, Jan 1998.

5 235

Slack, Charles B., Oct-Nov 1966, Oct 1970, Sept 1971.

5 236

Smith, Gloria, Aug 1988, Dec 1989-Mar 1995, Jan-April 1997.

5 237

Smith, Jane, Feb-April 1988, April 1991.

5 238

Smythe, Sheila, Nov 2002.  Restrict.

5 239

Snyder, Patricia Ginger, Aug 1990.

5 240

Sotomayor, Sonia, Aug 1992.

5 241

Sperling, Barbara, April-July 1981.

5 242

Stallworthy, Sir John, Sept-Oct 1972, Sept-Nov 1973.

5 243

Stapleton, Susan, June-Dec 1996, April-Aug 1997, May 2000.

5 244

Stead, Eugene, MD, People's Republic of China, May 1974, Feb 2001.

5 245

Steed, Nancy, Oct 1996.

5 246

Stephaich family, April 1990.

5 247

Stewart, Edie, Aug 1998.  Restrict.

5 248

Steyer, Jim, July-Aug 1992.

5 249

Strachan, Marion, Sept 1975-July 1992, Dec 1992-Oct 1993.

5 250

Stralem, Jean, Jan, Mar 1995.

5 251

Sullivan, Louis, Secretary, Oct-Nov 1990, Dec 1991, Feb 1999, May-July 2000.

5 252

Summers, Lisa, Nov 1995, Feb & Nov 1997, Mar 1998.  Restrict.

5 253

Sutphen family, Dec 1992-May 1996, Aug 2001, May 2004.

5 254

Swenson, Norma, Aug 1974, Oct 1975, Aug 1979, Feb-Mar 1981, June 1982, Feb-Mar 1988, April 1992. see also Research advisory committee 1975.

5 255

Talbott, Susan, Dec 1982-Nov 1985, May 1990-Sept 1999, May 2000.

5 256

Tate, Charlie, Sept 1992.

5 257

Tisher, Martin, MD, Mar-July 1990.

5 258

Thacher, Toby & Frances, Jan & Oct 1993, Mar 1994, Oct 1999.

5 259

Thelwell, Jeanne, Mar 1990-Mar 1991, June 1995.

5 260

Thompson, Joyce Beebe, CNM, Oct 1981, Oct 1983, July & Nov 1984, Jan 1986-June 1995, April & June 1997, Feb 1998.  Restrict .

5 261

Tom, Sally, May 1995.

5 262

Treffers, Peter, Dec 1990, Feb-Mar 1994.

5 263

Triestman, Judith, July 1990-May 1995, Dec 1997, Mar 1999.

5 264

Tuckson, Reed V., 1993.  restrict.

5 265

Ulrich, Suzan, Mar-July 1994, June 1996.  restrict.

5 266

Unger, Walter J., June 1981, April 1997.

5 267

Vance, Connie, Mar 1996-May 2001. restrict.

5 268

Verdy, Violette, Sept-Oct 1997, Oct 2002.

5 269

Vincent, Joan, May 1996.

5 270

Vladek, Bruce, Jan & Sept 1993.

5 271

Vogel, Neil, Dec 1987, Mar & Dec 1993.

5 272

Wagner, Marsden, Nov 1995-Mar 1996.

5 273

Warshaw, Leon, MD, July 1983, May 1994-June 1996, Jan & Oct 1999.

5 274

Wegman, Myron E., 1973-June 1975, Sept & Oct 1978, Aug 1983-May 1990, May 1994-April 1995, Mar 1999, June 2004.

5 275

Wells, Polly, Nov 1994, July & Oct 1999.

5 276

Weingrad-Smith, Jan, May-June 1991.

5 277

Weinstein, Daniel (Israel), June & Nov 1996.

5 278

Wennberg, John, MD, Feb & April 1977.

5 279

Wessler, Judy (MFY legal services), Oct, Mar 1978, July 1986.

5 280

Westheimer, Ruth, May 2000.

5 281

Wethers, Doris, Jan-Mar 1990.

5 282

Whelan, Anna, Dec 1994.

5 283

White, Amy Kovner, Jan 1993, July 1995, April & June 1996.

6 284

White, Kerr, MD, Feb-May 1977, Nov 1982-Sept 1983, Dec 1994.

6 285

Wieser, George, Jan 1992.

6 286

Wilf, Ruth - Carol Graham, June 1996.

6 287

Williams, Charles, MD AAWH, Feb 1980-Aug 1983.

6 288

Williamson, Susan, MD, Sept 1994.

6 289

Willows, Judy, Feb-Mar 1998.

6 290

Willson, J. Robert (Bob), MD, Feb-June 1994.

6 291

Wilson, Paula, Mar 1993.

6 292

Woerner, Louise, Dec 1997, Feb 1998, Feb 1999.

6 293

Wolfe, Sidney, May-June 1995, Oct 1995.

6 294

Woodward, Joanne, April-May 1993.

6 295

Wormser, Richard & Ellen, Mar 1997.

6 296

Yang, Marion, MD, Dec 1973-May 1974, Feb 1976.

6 297

Yarmolinski, Adam, Sept-Nov 1975, June 1979.

6 298

Young, Diony, May 1980-Nov 1994, Oct 1998.

6 299

Zbar, Lisa, Feb & Mar, June 1993.

6 300

Zeidenstein, Laura, Feb 1997-June 2000, April 2003, Aug 2004.

6 301

Zwolinsky, Nina, Jan 1998.

6 302

Zeitlin, Kim, JD, Dec 1982-Jan 1983. restricted.

6 303

Series 3.3.  Elizabeth Seton Childbearing Center (ESCBC), 1977-2001.

Scope and Contents note

This section documents the efforts and actions of the ESCBC during Dr. Lubic's time with the MCA. Due to dramatically increasing insurance premiums, the ESCBC closed in 2003.

Box Folder

1st CBC application to Public Health Council (PHC).

6 1

Application for extension of operating certificate [1 of 2], Jan 3, 1977.

6 2

Application for extension of operating certificate [2 of 2], Jan 3, 1977.

6 3

Certificate of need application for MH CBC NY Dept of Health, Feb 1987.

6 4

CBC MH (Morris Heights) Correspondence, articles, awards program, 1983-1989, 2001.

6 5

St. Vincent’s (SVHMC) CoN application/agreement with MCA/SVHMC, Attachments.

6 6

St. Vincent’s (SVHMC) CoN application/agreement with MCA/SVHMC, June-Dec 1995.

6 7

St. Vincent’s (SVHMC) CoN application/agreement with MCA/SVHMC, Correspondence and news, April-Dec 1995.

6 8

Elizabeth Seton CBC marketing/business plan, Mar-July 1996.

6 9

Board of Directors materials May 30, 1996, June and July 1996.

6 10

Board of Directors meeting, Oct, Dec 1996.

6 11

Board of Directors meeting, Oct 15, 1996.

6 12

Board of Directors meeting, Mar 4, June 10, 1997.

6 13

Board of Directors meeting, Oct 30 1997.

6 14

Board resignation materials, Oct 1997-Jan 1998.

6 15

Correspondence, memos, by-laws, Feb 1996.

6 16

Memos, Mar 1995-Sept 1999.

6 17

Budget, 1998.

6 18

Accreditation, Jan 1998.

6 19

Medical team staff bylaws, Feb and Aug 1988, Jan 1989, Sept 1990.

6 20

New Family Program MCA, Correspondence, program proposal, Aug-Sept 1995, June-July 1996.

6 21

Criteria for the CBC revised, 1990.

6 22

CBC surveys and policies, job descriptions, 1990-1994.

6 23

Malpractice report, Feb and Mar 1995.

6 24

Coordinator of Nurse Midwives services Correspondence, Nov 1987-Aug 1995 .

6 25

CBC I committee – SVH Correspondence, Feb 1992-June 1993.

7 26

CBC miscellaneous, stats, correspondence, publications.

7 27

CBC miscellaneous, stats, correspondence, publications. legal .

7 28

CBC info, c. 1980s.

7 29

Risk criteria assessment form.

7 30

General consent form.

7 31

American College of Nurse Mid-Wives Region II, Chapter I, New York City Chapter – minutes, meetings, treasurer’s reports, June 1996-Mar 2001.

7 32

Costs & charges health care articles, 1978-1994.

7 33

East New York Policies, Procedures, Job Descriptions, Etc.

7 34

NY Policy Makers Correspondence, Feb-May 1994.

7 35

Series 3.4.  New York Struggles with Midwifery, 1980-1996.

Scope and Contents note

The material in this series are additional professional activities and information related to nurse midwifery in New York. These articles and activities are not directly related to her function at the MCA but coincide with her time there, including testimonies before various governing boards and committees.

Box Folder

Midwifery Bill Versions, May 1984, Mar 1987, Feb 1989.

7 1

Midwifery Bill 1989 – “Open Letter” Materials, c. 1980-1998.

7 2

Rational for retaining nursing prerequisites for Midwifery Education and Practice in a Time of Provider Storage, Nov 1989.

7 3

Midwifery Bill, various articles, 1987-1992.

7 4

CBC MA Research Stats: Memos, breast feeding, pumps.

7 5

Midwifery Bill Positions – MCA, ACNM, ACOG, NYSNA.

7 6

MCA Position on Midwifery Bill.

7 7

ACNM Positions.

7 8

MSSNY Testimony.

7 9

Midwifery bill materials, 1987-1990.

7 10

Public Health Council/Midwifery Bill Materials, Memos, briefing materials, New York City legislative correspondence [1 of 2], June 1990, Jan-Feb 1991.

7 11

Public Health Council/Midwifery Bill Materials, Memos, briefing materials, New York City legislative correspondence [2 of 2], June 1990, Jan-Feb 1991.

7 12

ACOG Forum in Midwifery, Dec 11, 1990.

7 13

ACOG site visit to London, back-up materials.

7 14

1991 Midwifery Bill, Mar-Dec 1991.

7 15

New York State Midwifery and 1992 Bill, Mar 1992-Sept 1992.

7 16

New York City healthcare articles, 1991-1996.

7 17

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Series 4.  National Association of Childbearing Centers, 1991-2000.

Scope and Contents note

In 1975 the Maternity Center Association (MCA) opened the Childbearing Center as a demonstration model for alternative for hospital birth. In 1983 with support and funding from the MCA, Dr. Lubic co-founded the Cooperative Birth Center Network which would become the NACC and now known as the American Association of Birth Centers, where she was also its first president.

This section of materials documents Dr. Lubic's role at the NACC.

Box Folder

Board of Directors, Sept 1992-April 1993.

7 1

Board of Directors Meetings and Minutes, April 1993-Sept 1998.

7 2

Board of Directors Meetings and Minutes, April 1993-Sept 1998.

7 3

NACC – International Committee, May 1992-Nov 1998.

7 4

NACC – International Committee, May 1992-Nov 1998.

7 5

International Committee materials, Mar-Sept 1997, Mar 1998.

7 6

Board of Directors and Committee Lists, 1996-1997 .

7 7

Accreditation Commission, Sept 30 ,1993.

7 8

Netzwerk – Hanne Beittel Letters and correspondence, June 1994-April 1996.

7 9

Correspondence, Sept 1991-Feb 1998.

7 10

Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers, May 1995, 1999.

7 11

Commission/Standards workshop, Sept 28, 1995.

7 12

Banquet Address, Oct 1, 1994, Jan 1995.

8 13

Foundation Fundraiser Challenge, Oct 1994, Nov 1996, Oct 1997. restrict.

8 14

Epidural Meetings proposal, Feb-April 1997. restrict.

8 15

FSBC (Freestanding Birth Centers) Definitions.

8 16

Health Reform National Leadership Coalition for Health Care Reform, articles, letters and correspondence, May 1993-Aug 1994.

8 17

NACC Info Packet, Selected Materials, May 1994-1997, Dec 2000.

8 18

NACC NFPA Meeting, June 26, 1995.

8 19

NACC Strategic Plan, Mar and Oct 1995.

8 20

NACC Surveys, Mar 1994-Nov 1995.

8 21

NACC Survey – Costs.

8 22

Codes, Maps, Stats, etc., Aug 1994-Dec 1996.

8 23

Freestanding Birth Centers Standards, 1987.

8 24

The Banyan Tree information, brochures, Nov-Dec 1994.

8 25

Highlights of 2 Decades, Developing the Birth Center Concept in the U.S., Ernst, 1975-95.

8 26

NACC Workshops, 1999.

8 27

National Birth Center Study /INMW Parts I-III, 1992 and Fullerton, 1992.

8 28

Community Based Nurse Midwife Education, 1996-2000.

8 29

NACC Foundation Co-Sponsor of DFCB, Brochures, letters and correspondence, memos, Jan 1995-July 1998, Feb 2000.

8 30

NACC Foundation, 990 IRS, 1997. restrict.

8 31

NACC Foundation Letters and correspondence, financial documents, Dec 1997-April 1998. restrict.

8 32

NACC Website, Nov 1997, Sept 1998.

8 33

Medicaid Info, 1989, April, June 1995.

8 34

NACC Regional Conference, 1996 and 1997.

8 35

11th Annual Meeting, Sept 28-Oct 2 1995.

8 36

12th Annual Meeting; Savannah, Georgia, Oct 9-14 1996 .

8 37

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Series 5.  Expert Consultant to Assistant Secretary for Health, Dr. Lee, 1995-1997.

Scope and Contents note

In 1995 Dr. Lubic was appointed an expert consultant to the Assistant Secretary in the Office of Public Health and Sciences, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. She spent some of her time dedicated to the maternal experiences on Native American Reservations. Materials in this section include site visits, reports, meeting minutes and correspondence related to supporting and creating birthing centers for Native Americans.

Box Folder

Indian Women’s Health Service, Jan 1996-Oct 1999.

8 1

Indian Women’s Health Service, Jan 1996-Oct 1999.

8 2

Indian Women's Health Service, Kellogg Grant Steering Committee Meeting Materials, Sept 9, 1999.

8 3

Agency for Health Policy and Research, Mar-Oct 1996.

8 4

Bureau of Maternal and Child Health, Sept 1994-Feb 1998.

8 5

Prevention of Preterm Birth Conference Planning, follow up Dec 12, 1996, Nov 1996-Mar 19967.

8 6

Early Discharge, Nov 1995-Nov 1997.

8 7

Early Discharge Summit, July 1995- Sept 1996.

8 8

Early Discharge Summit, July 1995- Sept 1996.

8 9

Obstetrical/Newborn Short Stay Hospital A National Dialogue and follow up, Oct 1995 and Jan 1996.

8 10

Maternal Mortality Conference and correspondence Mar 8-14, 1997, Nov-Dec 1996, Mar 1997.

8 11

Medicare and CNM’s, Sept 1996.

8 12

Bureau of Health Professionals, Mar-Sept 1994, July 1995, Oct 1996 .

8 13

Division of Nursing, Articles, administrative documents, memos, Nov 1994-Sept 1996.

8 14

HHS Expert, Midwifery Program Puerto Rico, Dec 1995-Jan 1996, Sept-Oct 1996.

8 15

HHS Expert, Brownsville, Texas Birthing Center, Dec 1995, May 1996.

8 16

HHS Expert, Jackson Hinds Birthing Center, June 1995-May 1996.

8 17

Migrant Health Correspondence, HHS Bureau of Primary Health, Dec 1980-April 1981, Oct 1982 . restrict.

8 18

Bureau of Primary Health, July 1994-Oct 1997. restrict.

8 19

Bureau of Primary Health, Pacific Basin Summit, Mar 16-18, 1998.

8 20

Healthy Promotion and disease Prevention, Oct 1996, Jan 1997, Jan 1998.

8 21

HRSA Dr. Earl Fox correspondence, July 1995-July 1987.

8 22

Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe, S.D., Sept 1998-Mar 1999.

9 23

Sara De Coteau’s DC Visit Sioux Tribe, S.D., Letters and correspondence, reports, photos, May-July 1998, April and Aug 1999.

9 24

Bureau of Primary HealthCare, Birthing Center Study, Mar-April 1997.

9 25

SWST Follow-Up Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe, July 1997-Mar 1998. restrict.

9 26

Sisseton Report, July-Aug 1996.

9 27

Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe Birthing Center Development, April-July 1997.

9 28

Sisseton memos, reports, April-May 1997.

9 29

Sisseton, South Dakota, Letters and correspondence, nursing student handbook for Sisseton community college, various articles, May 1996-Mar 1997.

9 30

IHS Trip, Chinle, June 17-19, 1996, April-June 1996.

9 31

RAIN program,Various articles, letters and correspondence, Oct 1995-Jan 1998.

9 32

Assistant Secretary for HHS letters and correspondence, Sept 1994-April 1998.

9 33

Meetings with Phil and Jo (Dr. Lee and Boufford), Letters and correspondence, Oct 1994-July 1997. restrict.

9 34

Office of International Health letters and correspondence, memos, reports, April-May 1996. see also Russia Trip.

9 35

CASA program, letters, articles, Oct 1996-April 1997.

9 36

Office of Women’s Health, Memos, letters and correspondence, July 1996, May and June 1997.

9 37

U.S. Government related letters and correspondence, April 1996-April 1997.

9 38

American College of Nurse-Midwives and legislation, Various articles, letters and correspondence.

9 39

ANA, Jane Weaver, Sept and Dec 1995, Mar and April 1996.

9 40

National Leadership Coalition on Health, Sept and Dec 1996, Jan 1997.

9 41

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Series 6.  Washington D.C. Efforts, 1992-2013.

Scope and Contents note

Using her award money from receiving the MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship, Dr. Lubic decided to tackle the raising rates in infant health, mortality rate, and maternal health in the worst city in the country, Washington D.C. where African American infant mortality rates were twice the national average. Establishing the DFC in 1998 as founder and first president, the project worked for more than 20 years to provide care to Wards 5 and 6 before merging with Community of Hope.

This section encompasses both the DFC and the FHBC as seperate subseries as they were independent organizations. In addition, projects that related to both organizations are included as subseries as Dr. Lubic originally arranged her documents.

Series 6-1.  Developing Families Center (DFC), 1992-2006.

Scope and Contents note

The Developing Families Center (formerly the District of Columbia Developing Families Center) is the umbrella organization and physical building to three partner organizations for the Family Health and Birthing Center (formerly the District of Columbia Birthing Center), the Healthy Babies project and the United Planning Organization Early Childhood Development Center.

Documents in this section focuses on the DFC organization and its mission. This includes the starting of the DFC, construction for the home of the DFC, FHBC, and Healthy Babies project, administrative documents, Board of Directors meetings and minutes as well as Joint Board meetings, and other related correspondence and activities.

Box Folder

DFC Fund Raising Committee, July-Aug 2012. Restricted.

34 1

Board membership possibilities, Jan 2013- Sept 2015.

34 2

FHBC reimbursement strategic planning, Mar 2016.

34 3
Series 6-1.1.  Starting the DFC/FHBC, 1992-2001.
Box Folder

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Nov 1994-July 1995.

9 1

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Minutes, Oct 1995-April 1996.

9 2

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Minutes, Sept-Dec 1996.

9 3

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Minutes, Jan-Feb, April-June 1997.

9 4

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Minutes, Sept-Nov 1997.

9 5

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Minutes, Jan-April 1998.

9 6

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Minutes, June-Aug 1998.

9 7

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Minutes, Sept-Oct 1998.

9 8

Friends of DCBC/DCDFC meetings, Minutes, Jan-Mar, May, July 1999.

9 9

DC emergency regulations for birth center licensure, April 1996-Sept 1998.

9 10

Birth center rules and regulations, Oct 1986, Dec 1996, Sept 1998.

9 11

Codes, maps, stats, etc., 1992-1997.

9 12

RWJF budget revision #32517 NACCF, April-Aug 1998.

9 13

RWJF grant reporting and transfer from MCA to NACCF, Dec 1996-April 1998.

9 14

RWJ Foundation materials and correspondence, Jan 1995-Aug 1998.

9 15

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Final Report and articles, 1997-1998.

9 16

Evaluation subcommittee minutes, Jan-Aug 1998, May 1999.

9 17

Evaluation funding and minutes, Nov 1998-Oct 1999.

9 18

Evaluation articles, reports, etc.

9 19

Evaluation planning visit, Mar 28-30 2000.

9 20

Tampa Trip Evaluation planning, July 5-8 2000.

9 21

Evaluation materials.

9 22

Evaluation planning visit June 20-23, 2000, April-July 2000.

9 23

Evaluation meetings, July 31 2000.

10 24

Evaluation meeting and materials, Dec 15 2000.

10 25

DFC Evaluation Planning Grant Final Report (printed publication).

10 26

Planning evaluation report materials, Jan-Mar 2001.

10 27

Executive summary business plan and submission to DHCD, Dec 1997, June 1998.

10 28

Business program articles, reports, etc.

10 29

Business plan meetings, April-Sept 1997.

10 30

DC trip by MCA board, June-July 1995.

10 31

Business plan – financial aspects, 1997-1998.

10 32

Reimbursement Medicaid, Aug 1994-Feb 2001.

10 33

Reimbursement Medicaid, Jan 1999-Mar 2001.

10 34

Medicaid programs, April-Oct 1996.

10 35

Medicaid managed care, 1995-2001.

10 36

Medicaid provider, Sept 1999-Oct 2000, Jan 2001.

10 37

Transparecies and Early Materials, c. 1998.

10 38

Slides, early history of CBC, CBCMH and other birth centers, c. 1989.

10 39
Series 6-1.2.  Construction and Renovations 801 17th Street, 1994-2001.
Box Folder

Preliminary DC Health Facilities Plan – Needs Assessment, May 16, 1994.

10 1

Department of Housing and Community Development award Mar 27, 1998, Jan 1998-Aug 1999.

10 2

Multidisciplinary educational center, Sept-Dec 1999.

10 3

Challenge letter for MCA, April 1997-July 1998.

10 4

Fundraising Match for Department of Housing, April-Aug 1998.

10 5

DHCD match file, May-June 1998, July 1999. restrict.

10 6

Site Development [1 of 2], April 1994-April 2000.

10 7

Site Development [2 of 2], April 1994-April 2000.

10 8

Hechinger site file, Mar 1993-May 2000.

10 9

Hechinger site file, Mar 1993-May 2000. legal size.

10 10

Hechinger negotiating meetings and correspondence, Jan-Dec 1998.

10 11

Development of Site, Sept 2000-Jan 2001, April 2001.

11 12

DBW development group, Nov 1996-June 1997.

11 13

DBW Proposal – Bill Davis, Dec 1996-Jan 2001.

11 14

Site Value Engineering, Mar-April 1999.

11 15

Architect’s renderings, Aug 1998.

11 16

Architect’s Renderings and Contract, May 1998-July 2000. restricted.

11 17

Architect’s contract extension, Jan, July-Aug 2000, Mar 2001.

11 18

Architect material, Jan 1998-Aug 2000.

11 19

Strategic development task force, Dec 1997-Feb 1998, Mar 1999, June 2000.

11 20

Strategic Area Development Task Forces, 1998.

11 21

Presentations to task force, Jan 23 1998.

11 22

DFC transparencies & presentation materials.

11 23

Slide materials.

11 24

Construction Meeting Minutes, Dec 1999-May 2000.

11 25

Construction Estimates, Jan 1999-Sept 2000.

11 26

Cost proposals, Aug 1999-April 2000.

11 27

Contracts and schedule, Dec 1996-Jan 2001.

11 28

Construction, general, Jan-Sept 2000.

11 29

DHCD requisitions, Dec 1999-June 2000.

11 30

Progress schedules/minutes, Sept 1999-July 2007.

11 31

Construction meetings, April-Sept 2000.

11 32

Punch lists, Nov 2000.

11 33

Telecommunications, May 2000-Feb 2001.

11 34

Advanced Digital Security Systems, Telecommunications, May 2000-Jan 2001.

11 35

Construction wind-up, Dec 2000-Feb 2001. restricted.

11 36
Series 6-1.3.  Administration, 1998-2004.
Box Folder

Articles and bylaws.

11 1

501(c)(3) letter, 1998, 2003.

11 2

DCDFC name change, Dec 2004.

11 3

Tables of organization.

11 4

Corporate structure, 1997-2004.

11 5

DCDFC business plan, Mar, April 1999.

11 6

DFC mission and goals, 1997, 1999, 2000.

11 7

Goals and operational objectives, Dec 1999, Mar 2000.

11 8

Office space and set-up, 1507 Benning Road, 1996-2000.

11 9

DCDFC leases, Sept 1999-July 2000, Aug-Sept 2005.

11 10

Lease form, Mar, May 2000.

11 11

DCDFC rents, April 2002.

11 12

DFC outreach task force, April-Aug 2000.

11 13

DC emergency management, 2002/2003.

11 14

Emergency/disaster materials, 2002.

11 15

DFC employee handbook, May 2003.

11 16

DFC financial policies manual, July 2004.

11 17

Budgets, 1999-2003.

11 18
Series 6-1.4.  DFC Meetings and Minutes, 1994-2007.
Box Folder

Building operations matters, Mar 2003-Oct 2004.

12 1

Building committee general, Feb-Nov 2004.

12 2

Building committee, Mar 1 2005 Feb-April 2005.

12 3

Finance Committee, Aug 2 & 15,2006.

12 4

Board lists and responsibilities, 1999-2004.

12 5
Series 6-1.4.1.  Advisory Council, 1994-2002.
Box Folder

Advisory Council and Board of Directors, June-Sept 1997.

12 1

Advisory Council and Board of Directors, Nov 1997-Jan 1998.

12 2

Advisory Council, Aug 13, 1998.

12 3

Advisory Council meetings, Oct 26, 1998; Feb 5, 1999; April 30, 1999; Sept 29, 1999; Dec 3, 1999.

12 4

Advisory Council meeting Mar 2000, Jan 2000, Mar 3, 2000.

12 5

Advisory Council and Board of Directors, June 23, 2000.

12 6

Advisory council correspondence and minutes, Oct 1994-June 2002.

12 7

Advisory council lists, 1996-2001.

12 8
Series 6-1.4.2.  DFC Board of Directors meetings, 1999-2007.
Box Folder

Special Board of Directors meeting, Mar 1999.

12 1

Meeting April 30 1999, Mar-April 1999.

12 2

Meeting June 19 1998, June-July 1998.

12 3

Meeting, June 11 1999.

12 4

Meeting, Sept 24 1999.

12 5

Meeting Dec 3 1999 (includes Nov 3-5 1999 Executive committee minutes), Nov-Dec 1999.

12 6

Executive committee, Feb 28 2000.

12 7

Meeting and correspondence, Mar 3 2000.

12 8

April 3 2000, executive committee, April-May 2000.

12 9

Minutes, April 14 2000.

12 10

Meeting and Correspondence June 23 2000, April-June 2000.

12 11

Minutes, Sept 27 2000.

12 12

Minutes, materials and correspondence, Jan-May 2001.

12 13

Special Board of Directors meeting Feb 4, 2001, Jan-Mar 2001.

12 14

Minutes information, minutes Oct 2001.

12 15

Minutes Feb 21 2002, Oct 2001, Feb 2002.

12 16

Minutes, Feb, April 2002.

12 17

Minutes July 18 2002, April, July 2002.

12 18

Minutes and correspondence Sept 25 2002, Aug-Oct 2002.

12 19

Executive Committee Minutes and correspondence Nov 01 2002, Oct-Nov 2002.

12 20

Special Meeting Minutes and correspondence Dec 10 2002, Nov 2001-Jan 2003.

12 21

Minutes and correspondence Mar 18 2003, Sept, Dec 2002, Jan-Mar 2003.

12 22

Minutes June 10 2003, Mar, June 2003.

12 23

Minutes, Oct 16 2003.

12 24

Minutes, Feb 17, 2004.

12 25

Minutes April 22 2004, Feb, April 2004.

12 26

Minutes July 28 2004, April, Nov 2004.

12 27

Minutes Nov 4 2004, July, Nov 2004.

12 28

Minutes and correspondence Mar 10 2005, Feb-Mar 2005.

12 29

Minutes and correspondence Aug 3 2005, Mar-Aug 2005.

12 30

Minutes, Dec 8 2005.

12 31

Meeting, April 30, 2006.

12 32

Meeting, Oct 18, 2006.

12 33

Meeting, Dec 13, 2006.

12 34

Meeting, April 17, 2007.

12 35

Meeting, May 8, 2007.

12 36

Meeting, July 2, 2007.

12 37
Series 6-1.5.  DCDFC/DCBC Joint Board of Directors meetings and Collaborative area meetings, 1998-2005.
Box Folder

Meeting Aug 13 1998, July-Aug 1998.

12 1

Meeting, Oct 26 1998 . restricted.

12 2

Joint Board of Director Mailings and Meeting Oct 1998, Oct-Nov 1998.

12 3

Meeting of collaborative agencies, Nov 23 1998.

12 4

Minutes, Feb 5 1999.

12 5

Meeting of collaborative agencies, Mar 1999.

12 6

Big 4 Fund Raising Agreement, July 21, 2000.

12 7

Big 7 Board retreat and materials, July 23, 2003 June-Sept 2003.

12 8

Big 4 & 7 meetings (DFC, HBP, FHBC), April 2005.

12 9
6-1.6.  Individual Correspondence. Restricted.
Scope and Contents note

Due to privacy concerns these files are restricted.

6-1.7.  Evaluation Efforts- DFC.

Box Folder

Diana Jolles, 2011-2018. Restricted.

34 3

Arlene Katz, Harvard, 2016-2018.

34 4

Anne Kearns, Harvard, 2014, 2017.

34 5

AABC.

34 6

Series 6-2.  Family Health and Birth Center - FHBC, 1996-2011.

Scope and Contents note

The FHBC (formerly District of Columbia Birth Center - DCBC) provides prenatal and out-of-hospital birthing options to women of Wards 5 and 6 in D.C. Dr. Lubic was the president and first CEO of the organization. The service is designed to improve the health and quality of life of childbearing and child rearing families of lower income families.

Materials in this section include board meetings and reports, correspondence with individuals and influential people, grants and grant applications, business and financial documents, testimonies before committees and events planned for both branches of Congress. Dr. Lubic's hard work to maintain and drive interest in the FHBC are well documented here.

Series 6-2.1.  Opening day materials, Oct 15, 2000.
Box Folder

12:30pm-2:30pm Donor recognition invites and correspondence, Aug-Oct 2000.

13 1

2:30pm-4:30pm opening day invites and correspondence, Sept-Oct 2000. restricted.

13 2

Opening day program ceremonies, Oct 15, 2000.

13 3

Open house – room signs and donors, Sept-Oct 2000.

13 4

DC Birth Center Opening Day Attendees and Opening House Events, Aug-Oct 2000.

13 5

DCDFC Community Open House Oct 28, 2000, Oct-Nov 2000.

13 6
Series 6-2.2.  Board of Director and Committee Meetings, 1998-2011.
Box Folder

End Year Report, Dec 1998.

13 1

Minutes, April 1998.

13 2

Minutes, April 1999.

13 3

Meeting Sept 1999, July-Sept 1999.

13 4

Minutes, Dec 1999.

13 5

Meeting Mar 2000, Feb-Mar 2000.

13 6

Minutes June 2000, April- June 2000.

13 7

Minutes Aug 27, 2000, Aug-Sept 2000.

13 8

Minutes, Jan 24, 2001.

13 9
Book Folder

Minutes, Feb 21, 2002.

13 10
Box Folder

Minutes April 5, 2002, budget meeting, April-May 2002.

13 11

Minutes, April 18, 2002.

13 12

Minutes, July 18, 2002.

13 15

Minutes, Sept 26, 2002.

13 14

Minutes Feb 6, 2003, budget, 2003.

13 15

Minutes, July 10, 2003.

13 16

DCBC nominating committee Board of Directors, July 10, 2003, June 10, 2004.

13 17

Minutes, Oct 16, 2003.

13 18

Minutes Feb 12, 2004, Oct 2003-Mar 2004.

13 19

Minutes April 22, 2004, Mar-April 2004.

13 20

Minutes June 10, 2004, Mar-July 2004.

13 21

Minutes Oct 13, 2004, July-Oct 2004.

13 22

Executive Committee Aug 15, 2004, Aug-Sept 2004.

13 23

Minutes, Jan 27, 2005.

13 24

Minutes, June 2, 2005.

13 25

Board of Directors materials, Jan-June 2005.

13 26

Minutes, July 21, 2005.

13 27

Minutes, Oct 13, 2005.

13 28

Minutes Oct 13, 2005, back-up materials, Aug-Oct 2005.

13 29

Minutes, teleconference, Nov 9, 2005.

13 30

Minutes, Dec 7, 2005.

13 31

FHBC Board of Directors meetings, Nov 2005-Feb 2006.

14 32

Board of Directors, Jan, Mar 2006.

14 33

Minutes, March 23, 2006.

14 34

Retreat April 7-8, 2006, Jan-June 2006.

14 35

FHBC Board of Directors minutes July 13 2006, Mar-July 2006.

14 36

FHBC Board of Directors minutes Oct 11 2006 [includes minutes from 2005], July-Nov 2006.

14 37

FHBC Board of Directors special meeting Dec 1 2006, Nov-Dec 2006.

14 38

Minutes, Jan 25, 2007.

14 39

Minutes, May 10, 2007.

14 40

Minutes June 14, 2007, May-June 2007.

14 41

Minutes, Sept 20, 2007.

14 42

Meeting, Mar 6, 2009.

14 43

Meeting and correspondence, Mar-May 2009.

14 44

Board of Directors, April 23 2009.

14 45

Meeting and Financials July 24, 2009, Mar-Sept 2009.

14 46

Meeting, July 24, 2009.

14 47

Meeting, Feb 5, 2010.

14 48

Board of Directors Jan 18 2011 correspondence, Dec 2010-Jan 2011.

14 49

Board of Directors, Jan 18 2011.

14 50

FHBC Board of Directors, July 19 2011.

14 51
FHBC (DCBC) Finance Committee meetings, 2004-2011.
Box Folder

Finance Committee Conference Call, April 2004.

14 52

Finance Committee, Sept 21 2004.

14 53

Minutes, finance committee, Jan 25, 2005.

14 54

Minutes March 3, 2005, finance committee, Feb-Mar 2005.

14 55

Minutes April 27, 2005, finance committee, April-May 2005.

14 56

Minutes Nov 1, 2005, finance committee, Oct, Nov 2005.

14 57

Minutes July 13, 2006, finance committee, April-July 2006.

14 58

Minutes, finance committee, Aug 30, 2006.

14 59

Minutes Sept 22, 2006, finance committee, July-Sept 2006.

14 60

Minutes, finance committee, Oct 18, 2006.

14 61

Minutes Nov 1, 2006, finance committee conference call, Oct-Nov 2006.

14 62

FHBC finance committee, June-Sept 2007.

14 63

FHBC finance committee minutes Sept 17, 2007, July-Sept 2007.

14 64

FHBC Finance Committee Jan 27 2009, Jan-Feb 2009.

14 65

Finance Committee correspondence, Dec 2010-Jan 2011.

14 66
Series 6-2.3.  FHBC Financials, 2000-2009. restricted.
Box Folder

Accounting policies, July 2000 .

14 1

Building Operating Costs, May 2001.

14 2

DCBC Budgets, 2000-2003.

14 3

Business plan Dec 2003.

14 4

DCBC 2004 budget work papers, Sept 2003-Jan 2004.

14 5

Budgets, 2004 – 2005.

14 6

Budget 2005, Oct 2004-Dec 2005.

14 7

DCBC, Health Budget Fiscal 2006, April-May 2005.

14 8

FHBC budget, 2006-2007.

14 9

Budget 2007.

14 10

FHBC Billing/Cash Flow 2008.

14 11

FHBC Budget 2010, Nov-Dec 2009.

14 12
Audits.
Box Folder

Audits, 1999-2001.

15 13

Audits, 1999-2002.

15 14

Auditor, May 2000-Sept 2003.

15 15

2003 Audit, Jan-Mar 2004.

15 16

2004 Audit.

15 17

2004-2005 Audit.

15 18

Auditor, Dec 2002-June 2007.

15 19

Audit, Oct 2007-Mar 2008.

15 20

2007 Audit, Mar 2008.

15 21

DFC 2007 Audit, Feb 2009.

15 22

FHBC Audit 2008, Feb 2009-Jan 2010.

15 23
Series 6-2.4.  Administrative, Staff meetings, and materials, 2002-2009.
Box Folder

Building committee, Dec 2002-Dec 2003.

15 1

Building committee, May-June 2003.

15 2

Plumbing accident, June-July 2003.

15 3

Staff meeting, Feb 2001, Dec 2001-Jan 2002.

15 4

Staff Meeting Jan 2004, Dec 2003-Jan 2004.

15 5

FHBC staff meeting, July 11 2005.

15 6

FHBC staff meeting, Oct-Nov 2005.

15 7

Weekly staff meetings, May 2006.

15 8

Staff Meeting, Mar 2009.

15 9

Staff meeting, Nov 2010.

15 10

Employee Handbook.

15 11

Website FHBC, Mar 2008-April 2009.

15 12

Policy Video, July 2008-Jan 2009.

15 13

FHBC Newsletter Fall, Nov 2009.

15 14

Anonymous gift file, 1994-1999. restricted.

15 15

Donor recognition committee, 2000.

15 16

2000 end of year solicitations DFC and BC, Nov 2000.

15 17

Donor materials FHBC, Nov-Dec 2009.  restricted.

15 18

Donor responses 2009 and 2010, 2009-2011.  restricted.

15 19

DFC donor letter for 2010, 2010-2011.  restricted.

15 20

Interim donor letter, July 15 2011.

15 21

Donor request sent, Sept 2011.

15 22

FHBC fact sheet & concept paper, 2007.

15 23

Information Packet.

15 24

In the news and reports, 2001.

15 25

Rivlin, Alice, 2001, 2003, 2007.

15 26

Administrative file Beebe, July 2009-Jan 2010, May 2010.

15 27

Champe, Diane from The Survivors Institute, May-June 2010.

15 28

Correspondence, Oct 2010.

15 29

Correspondence, Feb 2010, Jan-Mar 2011.

15 30

Correspondence, November 2010.

15 31

Terris King CMMI – Baltimore, Mar 24, 2011.

15 32

Renee Hauser – Cleveland correspondence, June 8 2012.

15 33

Macy Foundation CNM/OB ED, 1998, 2000, Feb-July 2011.

15 34

Stats Project, April-June 2004.

15 35

Stats Project and Peer/Chart Review, May-June 2004.

15 36

Stats Project, June-Aug 2004.

15 37

2003 Community Survey, Jan-Aug 2003.

15 38

Concept paper “Expanding the Vision”.

15 39

Concept Papers, 1995-2001.

15 40

Concept Paper, 2003.

15 41

WKKF 2009 Retrospective Study, Jan-Mar 2009.

15 42

Savings Financially and Infant Mortality, 2003-2006.

15 43

Neonatal Transfer Children’s Hospital Sept 22 2004, April-Dec 2004.

15 44

Plan of Corrections, July-Nov 2004.

15 45

Plan of Correction, 2004.

15 46

Department of Health, Health Regulations Administration, Head Start Program Pere Standards ECD & HLTH Services, Nov 21 1996.

15 47

Pharmacist’s Memorandum of Understanding, Aug, Dec 2004.

16 48

License Report Attachments, 2004.

16 49

Licensure Renewal Mar 5 2004, Jan-May 2004.

16 50

FHBC Licensure, Mar 2009.

16 51

Program and Research Committee Whitman Walker report, Dec 2009.

16 52

DoC Title V Grant Application, 2005.

16 53

Federal Earmark Grant, May, Sept 2009-Feb 2010.

16 54

Federal Earmark Grant Final Reporting, July-Nov 2009.

16 55

Healthy Babies/Healthy Start Termination, Sept-Oct 2009.

16 56

10 and Urgent Care Expansion Grant – Healthy Babies, April 2009.

16 57

Madeleine Beebe WKKF, May-Nov 2009.

16 58

Fund Raising Grant, Feb-April 2009.

16 59

Uncompensated Care Report, Feb 2009.

16 60
Series 6-2.5.  Medicare, Medicaid, 2006-2010.
Box Folder

Medicaid 2006, April-July 2005.

16 1

Marvca and Medicaid Concept paper, Aug 2003-May 2004.

16 2

Medicaid Pilot, June-Sept 2008.

16 3

Medicaid Pilot, Renard Murray, June-Sept 2008.

16 4

CMS Oct 9 2008 – Agenda – History, Sept-Oct 2008.

16 5

Medicare Medical Homes, June-July 2005, Sept-Oct 2008.

16 6

Medicaid November 2008.

16 7

Whitepaper Meeting with Basil and Tom, April 18 2008.

16 8

Conference call, April 21 2008.

16 9

White paper for Medicaid, Dec 2006-Mar 2009.

16 10

Midwives Billing Service, May-June 2008.  restrict.

16 11

P4P – Pay for Performance, 2007-2008.

16 12

Midwives Billing Service, Mar-April 2009.

16 13

Midwifery Billing Service INC Report, Nov 2009-Jan 2010.

16 14
Series 6-2.6.  Insurance (Malpractice) – Including Testimonies, 1996-2006.
Box Folder

Insurance, 1996-2005.

16 1

Professional Liability Insurance and Commissioner Larry Mirel, Dec 2003-Feb 2005.

16 2

Professional Liability Insurance- Dean, Jan 2004-Jan 2006.

16 3

Executive Committee Meeting, insurance, Jan 2004.

16 4

Professional Liability Insurance, Jan 2004. restricted.

16 5

Professional Liability Insurance, Nov 2004, Nov 2005.

16 6

Insurance Charge reports, 2004-2005.

16 7

Malpractice Insurance, Jan 2005.

16 8

Facility Fees, Jan 2005.

16 9

DCBD Fees/Costs, Mar 2005.

16 10

Health Rite, Jan and Mar 2005.

16 11

Charter Health Plan, Nov 2004, Jan 2005.

16 12

Care First, Mar-April 2005.

16 13

Medical Liability Reform DC, Medical Society, Oct 2005.

16 14

Insurance 2006, Oct 2005-Jan 2006.

16 15

AmeriGroup MMC 2005/2006, Jan-Aug 2005.

16 16

Medical Assistance Administration, Mar 2006.

16 17

Malpractice, Safety Net Committee/Free Clinics Task Force, 2004-2006.

16 18

Risk management meetings WHC/FHBC, Mar-April 2006.

16 19

Premium Support Medical Liability, April-May 2008.

16 20

Jones, Marcia, Nov 2008-April 2010.

16 21

Medical Liability Captive Insurance Company Advisory Council, April 2008-Feb 2009.

16 22

Captive Reports, Sept-Oct 2009.

16 23

Federal Tort Reform, Feb 24, 2004.

16 24

Malpractice Hearing, Committee on Human Services, Oct 2004.

16 25

David Catania DC Council, Sept-Oct 2005, Aug 2006.

16 26

Council Award 2006, Oct 2005-Mar 2006.

16 27

Catania Launch, Oct 24 2005.

16 28

Health Committee Testimony DC, April 7 2005.

16 29

Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking Testimony Feb 28 2006 & April 11 2006, Senate Appropriations Mirel, April 4 2006.

16 30
Series 6-2.7.  Capital Hill Awareness Appeals and Testimonies, 2007-2010.
Box Folder

DC Infant Mortality Rate and Mayor’s Briefing, Dec 2007.

17 1

House Visit – FHBC Conference, Jan 15 2008.

17 2

Senate Visit Feb 19-20 2008, Feb-Mar 2008.

17 3

Dec 5 2008 Senate Briefing Agenda, Aug-Dec 2008.

17 4

Briefing Correspondence, Nov-Dec 2008.

17 5

Senate Briefing Address and Presentation, Dec 2008.

17 6

Senate Briefing, Dec 2008.

17 7

House of Representatives Briefing Sept 15 2008 Agenda, Aug-Sept 2008.

17 8

E.H. Norton Briefing, House of Representatives Sept 15 2008, July 2008.

17 9

A.V. and Press for House of Representatives, Sept 15 2008.

17 10

Briefing Follow-Up, Sept 2008.

17 11

Invitations and Responses Sept 2008, Aug-Sept 2008.

17 12

Briefing Talk and Handouts, Sept 2008.

17 13

Senate Handout Briefing, Dec 2008.

17 14

Briefing Follow-Up, Dec 2008.

17 15

Health Committee, 2010 Budget, April 2009.

17 16

Health Care Reform, David Introcaso.

17 17

HR 2358 Medicaid Bill, April-May 2009.

17 18

Donna Cryer/Cryer Health, Sept 2009-Jan 2010.

17 19

HRSA May 4 2010 – Presentation and stats, Mar-May 2010.

17 20

HRSA May 4 2010 – Presentation, May 2010 .

17 21

White House Visit, Aug 2009.

17 22

White House Event May 4, 2010, Mar-Sept 2009.

17 23

DC Council testimony, health professional recruitment act, Sept 2005.

33 24

Department of Health oversight hearing, Mar-April 2010.

33 25

DC Council testimonies, Feb/Mar 2007.

33 26
Series 6-2.8.  Events and Visits, 2001-2015.
Box Folder

CMMI visit, June-Aug 2001.

17 1

Danube Trip – Columbia Alumni June 9-19 2006, June 2006-Feb 2008.

17 2

Duke Nursing Students visit July 2006, June 2006.

17 3

Korean Nursing Students Aug 1 2007 – Catholic University, June 2007.

17 4

FHBC Open House Oct 11 2007, July-Oct 2007.

17 5

McClellan, Dr. Mark, Nov 2001-Jan 2008.

17 6

Lucy Holmes Reception, Feb 22 2008.

17 7

Columbia Student Nurse Midwife's Visit to DFC, Feb-Aug 2008.

17 8

Duke Students visit July 18 2008, May-June 2008.

17 9

Catholic University Exchange Students – Japan/Korean, Aug 4 2008.

17 10

Flag given by Catholic University Exchange Students – Japan/Korean, Aug 4 2008.

17 11

ASSN Healthcare Journalists Mar 27 2008 (1 of 2), Jan-April 2008.

17 12

ASSN Healthcare Journalists Mar 27 2008 (2 of 2) packet and follow up.

17 13

Megan Evers NS6 Students NYC, May 2008.

17 14

DC healthcare financing administrive visit, Mar 2009.

17 15

Diana Zucrerman, Nay Research – Center for Women and Families, April 28 2009.

17 16

DRUM Baltimore City Prenatal Review Packet and Presentation, July 23, 2009.

17 17

Yale Visit, Appointment of Holley Powell Kennedy, Aug-Sept 2009.

17 18

UK Future of Nursing and Midwifery Visit, Oct 2009.

17 19

Marnie Cabezas Skorupa Visit, Oct 25-27 2009, Oct 2009-Feb 2010.

17 20

Visit to Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership, Feb 22, 2010.

17 21

Justice Sonia Sotomayor Visit April 12 2011, Feb 2010- April 2011.

17 22

BBC visit Jane Draeper June 8, 2010, May-June 2010.

17 23

Visit of Royal-Allard, June 28, 2010.

17 24

Jhinpiego Meeting Baltimore July 28, 2010, May-Oct 2010.

17 25

Jhinpiego Meeting Baltimore and Hopkins presentation Sept 8, 2010, Aug-Sept 2010.

17 26

Columbia Student midwifes course visit Feb 20 2012, Jan 2010-Feb 2012.

17 27

Princeton Launch Social Enterprises Network Dec 9 2010, Dec 2010, Mar 2011.

17 28

Teachers College Lunch Feb 9 2011, Dec 2010-Feb 2011.

17 29

Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovations Correspondence, Dec 2010-Mar 2011.

17 30

Karen Davis correspondence CMMI, Dec 2010-Mar 2011.

17 31

Cornfoot Visit, Feb 26 Jan-Feb 2011.

17 32

Teachers College Student Visit – DFC, Mar 7 2011, Feb-April 2011.

17 33

Perinatal Outcomes Improvement CMMI, May-June 2011.

17 34

World Bank Visit – DFC, Feb-May 2011.

17 35

Wayne Turnage and Karen Dale - HCFA (DC) CMMI- visits, Mar-Aug 2011.

17 36

Labor Day, Sept 5 2011. restricted.

17 37

Ghana Midwives visit Mar 27 2012, Feb-Mar 2012.

17 38

Staffers of Sens. Croker & Alexander visit (TN), May 4 2011.

17 39

George Washington University SoN NP CNM faculty Oct 17 2012.

17 40

UNFPA Rising Global Midwifery Movement, Wilson Center 2015, Oct 2014-Mar 2015.

17 41
Series 6-2.9.  Reports, Collaborations, Award, 1998-2010.
Box Folder

National Coalition on Health Care (NCHC), Sept 1998-Sept 1999.

18 1

Non-profit clinic consortium, 2000-2003.

18

Non-profit clinic consortium Board of Directors, May 10 2002.

18 3

CNM’s and crisis, May 2003-Oct 2004. restricted.

18 4

Ameius Brief, 2006.  restricted.

18 5

ACNM Amieus Brief, Feb-July 2007.

18 6

Midwifery Health Care Reform Task Force, Sept-Dec 2007.

18 7

National Quality Forum Prenatal Care Project, Nov 2007- June 2008.

18 8

Donnenfeld, Alvin, MD, collaborating MD, AABC nominations, July-Sept 2011.

18 9

AABC Sept 1-3 2011 – Denver, Aug-Oct 2011.

18 10

Kitty Ernst AABC Sept 1-3 2011, July-Sept 2011.

18 11

AABC Awards, Chad Harper – Media winner, June-Sept 2011.

18 12

“Ruth Lubic” Hip Hop Song by Chad Harper of Hip Hop Saves Lives FHBC, Mar-Dec 2011.

18 13

Safe City Initiative – N.E. Neighborhood Coalition, Mar 2009.

18 14

Preterm Summit Presentation, July-Oct 2009.

18 15

Preterm Summit, DFC Amerigroup, Presentation July 22 2009, June-Oct 2009.

18 16

Texas CMS, Dec 2007-Feb 2010.

18 17

AMCB, Jan 2010.

18 18

ACNM Health Care Reform Task Force, Nov 2007-Feb 2010.

18 19

FHBC Client Survey Mar 2006, Mar-April 2006.

33 20

E. Lawrence study of why women chose FHBC, 2011.

33 21
Series 6-2.10.  Individual Correspondence, 1999-2008.
Box Folder

Akhter, Mohammad.

18 1

Booker, Claudia, Nov 2003, Nov 2004, Oct 2005-June 2006.

18 2

Booker, Claudia, Jan 2007- May 2006.

18 3

Claman, Faith, May 2008.

18 4

Clark, Kimbalyn, Mar-April 2005, Aug 2007.

18 5

Clarke, Heather, May-July 2008.

18 6

Cohen, Lesley, Dec 1, 2005-April 18, 2006.

18 7

Coleman, William, Feb 2006.

18 8

Copeland, Brenna, Mar 2007.

18 9

Cosby, Bill, April-Dec 2004.

18 10

Courtney, Maryanne, Feb 2005.

18 11

Davis, William, Jan 2007.

18 12

Dodge, Diane, Nov 2001.

18 13

Faris, Ellen [biography on Ruth], Mar 2001-Nov 2003.

18 14

Farris, David, Sept 2003.

18 15

Fleming, Kiana, Jan 2005, June 2006.

18 16

Fredman, Dan, Feb 2006-Oct 2006.

18 17

Gavette, Lylaine, Oct 2005-Feb 2006.

18 18

Gavette, Lylaine visit and personal correspondence, Nov 2006-April 2007.

18 19

Gavette, Lylaine, May 2002, July 2004, May 2006.

18 20

Germano, Elaine, June 2005-May 2007.

18 21

Gordon, Roxann, Mar-July 2008.

18 22

Haack, Mary, April 2000, Feb 2002.

18 23

Haines, David, Mar-July 2007.

18 24

Hampton, Jan, Dec 2001, Oct 2002, Oct 2006.

18 25

Hardmon, Travis, June 2002.

18 26

Harps, Derek, Sept 2000-Jan 2001, Oct 2002, Mar 2004.

18 27

Hatcher, Barbara, Oct 2007-Feb 2008.

18 28

Holmes, Diana, Esq., Oct 2006, Jan 2007.

18 29

Howard, Cheryl, MPH, Feb-Mar 2008.

18 30

Jackson, Alexine, Mar, May, Sept 2000, April-May 2001, Mar-July 2003.

18 31

Jones, Sumaya, May, July, Oct 2006.

18 32

Kagan, Sarah, Oct 2003-Sept 2004, May 2007.

19 33

King-Miller, Dr. Denise (workshop), Feb 2006.

19 34

Koko, Sigi, Jan 2006.

19 35

Lieberman, Ellice, Oct 2000.

19 36

Marboah, Felicia, undated.

19 37

McDonough, Doneg, Proposal, April-June 2007.

19 38

Muhammad, Janice, Mar 2006.

19 39

Noonan, Allan, Sept, Oct 2004.

19 40

O’Hare, Janet, Nov 2002-Feb 2008.

19 41

Orens, Lucy Holmes, April 18 dinner party, Mar, April 2003.

19 42

Patchen, Loral, April-Oct 2008.

19 43

Plumb, Diane, Mar 2001, Oct 2002-May 2003.

19 44

Powler, Melinda, CNM, Oct 2003-Feb 2004, April-June 2006.

19 45

Randolph, Marie, service, Feb 2006.

19 46

Reed, Kathleen Rand, May 2007.

19 47

Rooks Chapter, June 1999, June 2006.

19 48

Rothman, Mairi, Aug 2001-May 2006, Mar 2008.

19 49

Schupp, Axel & Sara Lee, Sept-Oct 2004.

19 50

Sewall, Kellie, Feb 2004.

19 51

Silver family, Jan 2008.

19 52

Spencer, Shauna, Dec 2007.

19 53

Springer, Ursula, Jan, Mar, April 2008.

19 54

Stokes, William, May 2002.

19 55

Tompkins, Pat, Feb 2002.

19 56

Waller, Rhonda, Jan-Nov 2002.

19 57

Deputy Mayor’s visit, Nov 26, July-Dec 2002.

19 58

Williams, Anthony – Mayor, Mar-April 1999, June 2000, April-July 2002.

19 59

Williamson, Paula Pittman.

19 60
Series 6-2.11.  Transitions and Personnel Files. Restricted.
Scope and Contents note

These files were not kept by Dr. Lubic within her staff files section and therefore are not integrated into that section. Due to privacy concerns these files are restricted.

Series 6-2.12.  Staff/Individual Folders. Restricted.
Scope and Contents note

Due to privacy concerns these files are restricted.

Series 6-3.  Green Design Charrette, 2002-2003.

Box Folder

Green Design DCDFC and U.S. Department of Energy, Mar 14-16 2002.

20 1

E.H. Norton visit, July 8, 2002, May-Aug 2002, Nov 2003.

20 2

Green Design Charrette correspondence and materials March 14-16, 2002, Mar-Sept 2002.

20 3

Letters of Support for Capitol View Primary Health Care Center, June, July, Sept 2002.

20 4

EPA correspondence, Feb 2001-Mar 2003.

20 5

901 17th St., Sept 2002-June 2003.

20 6

DHCD correspondence, 2002.

20 7

901 Site Control, May 2002-Dec 2003.

20 8

Housing and Urban Development, June-Dec 2002.

20 9

Department of Energy, May 2002-May 2003.

20 10

Department of Health and Human Services, Mar 2001-Aug 2002.

20 11

Charrette Follow-up, Mar-Dec 2002, May 2003.

20 12

901 17th Street NE, Dec 2000-Jan 2002, Nov 2003.

20 13

Primary Care Exploration, Mar-April 2000, Mar 2003.

20 14

Attendees lists and meeting materials, Nov 2001-Mar 2002.

20 15

Charrette agenda, Mar 14-16 2012.

20 16

Charrette luminaries file, July-Nov 2001.

20 17

Conference calls on charrette, Dec 2001-Mar 2002.

20 18

Charrette handout materials, Mar 2002.

21 19

Charrette press coverage, July-Sept 2001, Feb 2002.

21 20

State Health Data, 2002.

21 21

Re-invite participants, Nov 2001.

21 22

Keynoter’s file – Louis Sullivan.

21 23

Operations planning, Mar 2001-Mar 2002.

21 24

Budget materials, July/Aug 2001.

21 25

Materials – health and FQHC, June-Oct 2001.

21 26

Participants file, Feb 2001-Jan 2002.

21 27

Property items, June-Nov 2001.

21 28

Conference packet, Mar 2002.

21 29

Stats, Dec 2002, Mar 2003.

21 30

Participants, Mar 2002.

21 31

Newsprint from brainstorming group sessions.

P 32

Series 6-4.  Projects and Potential Projects, 2001-2010.

Box Folder

Federally Qualified Health Centers Program Application and correspondence, Nov-Dec 2006.

21 1

Federally Qualified Health Centers Program materials and correspondence, Oct-Nov 2006.

21 2

Federally Qualified Health Centers Program, July-Aug 2001.

21 3

Federally Qualified Health Centers Program Look-a-like information, 1999-2002.

21 4

Oral health meetings, July 2003-Feb 2004.

21 5

Oral health grants, May 2004.

21 6

Oral health initiative, Aug 2003-Feb 2004.

21 7

Dental clinic, April-May 2004.

21 8

Oral health initiative communications, Sept 2003-Feb 2005, Feb 2007.

21 9

Oral health initiative communications, Feb-July 2004.

21 10

Friends of the Potomac – Green DCDFC, Oct 2003-July 2004.

21 11

Amnesty International, Mar-May 2010.

21 12

United Arab Emirates, Mar-May 2010.

21 13

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study and AABC meeting, Jan 18, 2007.

33 14

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study and AABC publications.

33 15

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study Mar 1st meeting and conference call, Feb-April 2007.

33 16

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study correspondence, 2008.

33 17

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study and AABC meeting materials, Jan 2007.

33 18

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study and AABC meeting attendees/roster, Dec 2006-Jan 2007.

33 19

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study and AABC meeting background materials, 2006-2007.

33 20

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study and AABC brief bios.

33 21

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study publications.

33 22

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study invitation and folder materials, 2007.

33 23

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study and AABC meeting Jan 2007 Transcription [1 of 2], Mar 2007.

33 24

Joint Center for Political and Economic Study and AABC meeting Jan 2007 Transcription [2 of 2], Mar 2007.

33 25

Joint Center Committee on Infant Mortality and University of Michigan forum, Research to Policy: Improving African American Birth Outcomes Feb 20, 2007 [2 of 2], Jan-Mar 2007.

33 26

Joint Center Committee on Infant Mortality and University of Michigan forum, Research to Policy: Improving African American Birth Outcomes Feb 20, 2007 [2 of 2], Jan-Mar 2007.

33 27

Joint Center Committee meeting, Oct 26, 2006.

33 28
John Hopkins Program of International Education in gynecology and obstetrics.
Box Folder

Presentation materials, Sept 9-20, 2010.

34 33

Jhpiego address, Nov 21, 2013.

34 34

Peter Johnson Scope of Work, Dec 2013- Mar 2015.

34 35

Public Health Nursing students visit, Sept 25, 2014.

34 36

Jhpiego collaboration planning meeting, Oct 2013-Jan 2014.

34 37

Peter Johnson, 2013-2017. Restricted.

34 38

Jhpiego contract work, June-July 2014.

34 39

Jhpiego interview.

34 40

Jhpiego, 2014-2015.

34 41

Jhpiego, 2014.

34 42

Jhpiego report response from collaborating Community of Hope and Edward M parent and child center, 2015.

34 43

Jhpiego promotional materials, 2013.

34 44

Jhpiego presentation, March 2016.

34 45

Peter Johnson visit, Sept-Oct 2016.

34 46

Jhpiego and Ghana meeting, Jan-Mar 2017. Restricted.

34 47

Jhpiego educational materials, 2015.

34 48

The Indeed Global Philanthroply and Remittances, 2013.

34 49

Series 6-5.  Foundations for Support, for all umbrellas of DFC, 1997-2013.

RWJF grant 042462 July 1, 2001-June 30, 2004.
Box Folder

Final RWJF Report, August 2004 July 2002-Oct 2004.

21 1

RWJF 3 yr. Grant and Budgets, Jan 2001-Mar 2004.

21 2

RWJF 3 yr. Grant, Report materials, July 2002-Oct 2003.

21 3
Box Folder

Annie E. Casey Visit, 2003, April-June 2003.

21 4

Rapidan Foundation Grant, Dec 1995-April 1999, May 2001.

21 5

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Grant, April 1999-Oct 2000. restricted.

21 6

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz materials, Oct 1997-Sept 1998.

21 7

Marpat Foundation correspondence, May 1999-Dec 2000, Sept and Dec 2002.

21 8

Marpat Foundation material and correspondence, Aug 2000-Jan 2001, Dec 2002, April 2003.

21 9

Lang visits correspondence, Sept 2012-Oct 2013.

21 10

FHBC Ford Foundation, July-Oct 2006.

21 11

Ferris, Baker Watts Foundation, April 2000-Oct 2003.

21 12

Fowler Memorial Foundation, Aug 2004.

21 13

Annie Casey Foundation, April 1998-July 2013.

21 14

Maximus Foundation, Aug-Sept 2001.

21 15

MacArthur Foundation, Nov 2004, Aug 2013-Oct 2014, June 2016.

22 16

Mars Foundation, May 1999-Dec 2003. restricted.

22 17

Mead Family Foundation, Nov 1999-June 2002.

22 18

Merck Foundation, May 1998-Mar 2000.

22 19

Meyer Foundation Letter of interest, Nov 2007, July 2014.

22 20

Meyer Foundation Letter of interest, Feb, April 2004.

22 21

DCBC Learning Circles Application, Nov, Dec 2002.

22 22

Learning Circles Continuation, Oct 2002-Sept 2003.

22 23

Milbank Memorial Fund, June, Dec 2005, May 2007.

22 24

Marpat Foundation, May 1999-July 2001.

22 25

Marpat Letter of Interest Stage 1 Submission 2004, Feb-Oct 2004.

22 26

Marpat Stage 2 Submission 2004, Oct 2004-Nov 2005.

22 27

Marpat 2007, April 2009.

22 28

Marpat 2001 Request and Report, Feb-Oct 2001.

22 29

Marpat 2005, May 2005, Mar 2007.

22 30

Marpat 2002 Cycle, April 2002-Dec 2003.

22 31

Meyer Letter of interest 2002, Mar 2002-Mar 2003.

22 32

Meyer Loan Program, April 2000-Jan 2001.

22 33

Meyer Visit Nov 10 2015, Aug-Nov 2015.

22 34

Moriah, Mar 1998, Feb-Aug 2006.

22 35

National Cooperative Bank Development Corporation, Mar-April 1996.

22 36

Evelyn Stefansson Nef Foundation, Jan 2002-Jan 2011.

22 37

NIH NICHD, April 1996-Jan 2006.

22 38

Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, Aug 1998-Oct 2004.

22 39

Letter to Oprah, Jan 2007.

22 40

Packard Foundation, Feb 1998, Sept 2002.

22 41

Patterson, Marvin, Breckinridge, Oct 1999-Sept 2002.

22 42

Pettus-Crowe Foundation, April 1996.

22 43

PEW/DFC, Mar-July 2011.

22 44

PEW, Nov 1998-Sept 2009.

22 45

Prince Charitable Trusts, Aug 2006.

22 46

Public Welfare Foundation 2005 Request Materials, Feb 2005.

22 47

Public Welfare Foundation LOI (W.S. Lee) July 28, 2000, July, Sept 2000.

22 48

Public Welfare Foundation 2002, April 2002-Jan 2004.

22 49

Public Welfare Foundation, Feb 2002-Mar 2004, Aug 2007, May 2008.

22 50

Public Welfare Foundation 2005, April 2005.

22 51

Pumpkin Foundation, Nov 2003-Oct 2012.

22 52

Purpose Prize, Mar-May 2010 2011, 2012.

22 53

Radian Foundation, Mar 1998-June 2008.

22 54

Henry and Anne Reich Family Foundation, July 1999-Aug 2009.

22 55

Safeway, Dec 2002.

22 56

Sister Fund Proposal 2006, April-Nov 2006, Jan-Mar 2008.

22 57

Alexander and Margaret Stewart Trust, Nov 1999.

22 58

Surdna Foundation, Jan 1999-Aug 2002.

22 59

TKF Foundation, Sept 2001, Jan 2002, Feb 2003.

22 60

Trellis Fund, Jan-Mar 2002.

22 61

United Way Campaign 2002, Dec 2002-April 2003, Jan 2004, Dec 2005.

22 62

Van Ameringen Foundation, Nov 1999.

22 63

Van Metre Foundation, Dec 2005.

22 64

Washington Architectural Foundation, Mar 2007.

22 65

Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers, 2000-2009.

22 66

George Wasserman Family Foundation, May 2009-Nov 2012.

22 67

Weiss Fagen Fund, Oct 2002-Oct 2005.

22 68

Weissberg Foundation Proposal 2005 Cycle, July 2005-April 2006.

22 69

Weissberg Foundation, 2004-2008, Sept 2012.

22 70

Irene and Alan Wurtzel, April-May 2001.

22 71

Zickler Family Foundation, Mar 2001-Nov 2007, July 2008, Jan 2010.

22 72
Urban Institute.
Scope and Contents note

Files of 3 studies done and published, including Comparative Models of Maternity Care Serving Women at Risk of Poor Birth Outcomes in Washington D.C., Alternative Therapies, v16 n 5 Sept/Oct 2010.

Box Folder

Urban studies of the model, paper and communications, April-Sept 2012.

33 73

Health services research article, Midwifery care at a freestanding birth center: a safe and effective alternative to conventional maternity care, Mar 2013.

33 74

Meetings: Washington Hospital Center/ Urban Institute meeting Dec 4, 2007; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Dec 6, 2007, Nov-Dec 2007.

33 75

Urban Qualitative Study 2008, 2007-2010.

33 76

Urban Qualitative Study additional materials, 2008.

33 77

Urban Qualitative Study report, Dec 5, 2008.

33 78

Urban Qualitative Study advisory committee meeting Aug 11, 2010, Aug 2010-July 2011.

33 79

Urban Qualitative Study and PowerPoint, 2010.

33 80

WKKF/Urban Institute award (funding) April 14, 2009, Sept 2009-Aug 2011.

33 81

Urban Cost Savings PowerPoint APHA Oct 31, 2011, Aug 2011-Feb 2012.

33 82

2nd advisory board committee meeting, Aug 2010.

33 83

WKKF deliverables, 2012.

33 84

WKKF grant P3012065 reporting (Urban grant), 2013.

33 85

Urban health services research draft, 2011.

33 86

Urban Institute and CMS, Oct-Nov 2010.

33 87

Urban Study advisory board Oct 2009, July-Oct 2009.

33 88

Talking points.

33 89

Urban Institute, April 2007-April 2008.

34 90

Urban Institute, 2006.

34 91

Urban Institute subcontract Grant P3012065, June-July 2009.

34 92

Urban summary and protocol, 2009.

34 93

Uniform data set definitions from AABC, 2009.

34 94

Urban/E. Howell letter of interest, Dec 2008-Jan 2009.

34 95

AAN notice of award Academy of Health Urban Nomination, Aug 2015.

34 96

Urban Study Retrospective article, 2013.

34 97

WKKF/Urban submission, 2009, 2010.

34 98

FHBC Data set, 2009.

34 99
Box Folder

Medical Homes Grant Application, Oct 2006-Mar 2007.

34 100

Medical Homes Grant addendum Oct 2006, 2004-2007.

34 101

Medical Homes Grant conference call and draft, Aug 2006.

34 102

Medical Homes Grant meetings, April-Nov 2007.

34 103

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Series 7.  Professorship Positions, 1973-1998.

Scope and Contents note

This section contains materials related to Dr. Lubic's work as a professor at Georgetown University and Case Western Reserve University.

Box Folder

Georgetown University, Adjunct Professor of Nurse-Midwifery, 1973-1976, 1981-1982, 1995, 1997.

22 1

Kate Hanna Harvey, Cleveland B.C. Gene Cleveland Foundation Submission, Mar 15, 1991.

22 2

Kate Hannah Harvey Visits and Meetings, Mar-June 1991.

22 3

Kate Hannah Harvey Development of Community Nursing Center, Mar-Sept 1991.

22 4

Kate Hanna Harvey Request from CWRU School of Nursing to Department of Health Administration at George Washington University, Sept 1991-Sept 1992, June 1993.

22 5

CWRU School of Nursing, Cleveland, April 1991- May 1994. restricted.

22 6

Kate Hanna Harvey Visiting Professorship Cleveland OH, 1993, 1997, 1998.

22 7

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Series 8.  Trips, 1973-2014.

Scope and Contents note

As a world-renown leader in nurse midwifery, Dr. Lubic frequently traveled nationally and internationally. This section focuses on her travels abroad. One significant trip was to the People’s Republic of China in 1971 as part of the Institute for Medicine’s first official medical delegation, and only nurse leader. This series documents that trip, along with trips to London, Paris, Sweden, Russia, and Australia.

Materials include correspondence, itinerates, conference materials, speeches and other travel information. Photographs where appropriate have been removed to a separate box for preservation. There are notations of the originating folder are contained within original folders as well as the photograph folders.

Series 8.1.  People's Republic of China, June 1973.

Box Folder

National Academy of Science IOM DC Report of Medical Delegation to PRC June 15- July 6 1973, c. July 1973.

23 1

Wingspread Report Healthcare in the PRC, Sept 1973.

23 2

Correspondence Preparations and recollections, Oct 1972-Aug 1973.

23 3

Chinese newspapers, June 1973.

23 4

Articles on China and on trip, 1973-1975.

23 5

Correspondence to US during trip, June 1973.

23 6

Brochures from China.

23 7

Hsinhua News Bulletin; News from Foreign Agencies and Press, June 1973.

23 8

Observations on Maternal and Child Care in the PRC, paper by Ruth Lubic.

23 9

Wingspread Conference, Health Care in China, Nov 1973.

23 10

Philip R. Lee, “Notes on a Visit to China”, c. 1973.

23 11

RWL transcription of tapes made on trip to China, June-July 1973.

23 12

Delegates Reports, July 1973.

23 13

Notebooks of trip, RWL, June-July 1973.

23 14

Pre-trip correspondence, May 1973.

23 15

Articles on China, 1972-1973.

23 16

Articles on China, 1972-1973.

23 17

Correspondence, China Trip talks and Publicity, July 1973-Mar 1975.

23 18

Correspondence with Chinese Hosts, July 1973-April 1976.

23 19

PRC 20th Anniversary Reunion, Aug 1993-Jan 1994.

23 20

PRC 20th Anniversary Reunion, Aug 1993-Jan 1994.

23 21

Photographs.

P 22

Series 8.2.  Australia Trip, 1977, 1979, 1989, 1994, 1997.

Box Folder

Australia Trip Arlwekere by the Grandmother’s Law, Information Package, 1985-1991.

23 1

Australia Trip Materials, June 1989 Nov 1987-July 1989, July 1991.

23 2

Australia Trip 1994, Travel Materials & Capers Conference Correspondence, Dec 1993-Jan 1995.

23 3

Australia 1977, Dec 1975-Nov 1977.

23 4

Seminar, American Nurse Wifery speech, Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne, June 26-July 2, 1977.

23 5

Australia 1997, Melbourne, Dec 1996-June 1997.

23 6

Australia 1977 Materials post trip correspondence, Jan-Sept 1980.

23 7

Australia College of Midwives Inc. Supplemental Conference Booklet, 1989.

23 8

Australia Trip Materials 1979, Oct 1978-Nov 1979.

23 9

Federation of Asia/Oceania Perinatal Societies, Perth, Australia, Oct 21-26, 1990, July 1989-Jan 1990.

23 10

Australia Trip Materials, pamphlets, 1979.

23 11

Series 8.3.  Russia, 1993-1998.

Box Folder

International Center for Better Health materials, April 1994-Jan 1995.

24 1

Articles and Correspondence, October 1994.

24 2

Proposals, correspondence, photographs, June-July 1994.

24 3

Russian trip Oct 7-14, correspondence, itinerary and materials, June 1995-Oct 1995.

24 4

Russian personalities (Ivancovich-Perfiljeva) correspondence, April 1994-Jan 1995.

24 5

MCA/NACC funding for Russian Trip and Maternity, April 1994-Jan 1995.

24 6

Russia College of New Rochelle, Mar-Nov 1994.

24 7

Collaboration with American College of Nurse-Midwives, Maternity Center Association, National Association of Childbearing Centers, International Center for Better Health, May-Aug 1994.

24 8

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) Martin Cherkasky, June 1993, May-June 1994.

24 9

Russia visitors and conferences, Oct 1997, Sept 1998, April and June 2001.

24 10

Background materials and correspondence on USAID and Russia, Mar-Aug 1997.

24 11

Russia/Episcopal Diocese religion reform- Letters and correspondence, April 1996-Aug 1997.

24 12

American/Russian Partnership in Women’s Health + Midwifery (ARPWHA) Various articles, letters and correspondence.

24 13

Correspondence, thank you notes, photos: Russian Visitors Sept 22 – Oct 6 1998; NY and DC, Nov 1997-Dec 1998.

24 14

Russian Trip, Aug 7-22, 1997.

32 15

Russian Trip, Teaching College of New Rochelle, 1997.

32 16

Russian Trip, Russian Water Ways, 1997.

32 17

Series 8.4.  France, 1994-2014.

Box Folder

French-American Foundation (FAF) follow-up, June 1994-Nov 2000.

24 1

Presentations France and Maternity Conference, Jan 1995, Mar 1995.

24 2

French American Foundation implementation, Jan 1994-Mar 1995, May 1998.

24 3

Maternal and Child Health delegation information packet, 1993-1994.

24 4

Tour members & itinerary, Oct 2013-Feb 2014.

24 5

AF conference packet- A Welcome for Every Child: Rethinking Maternal and Child Services and Early Education in VT February 7, 2002 at Middlebury College, Dec 2001-Feb 2002.

24 6

FAF conference packet How France Protects Maternal and Child Health- A New France of Reference for the U.S. November 16, 1994 in New York.

24 7

Series 8.5.  Uganda, 1993-1995.

Box Folder

African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF), April 1994-Mar 1995.

24 1

Contacts and information, Oct 1993-Nov 1994.

24 2

Requests from Uganda, Mar-Aug 1991, Oct 1993-July 1994.

24 3

Rockefeller Foundation research and articles, Jan-June 1994.

24 4

Series 8.6.  London and Paris, 2002-2014.

Box Folder

Personal Correspondence London Trip, Nov 2011-June 2012.

24 1

London Trip, June 2011, Feb 2011-Jan 2012.

24 2

Ann Keen Royal College of Midwives, London Trip June 5-14 2011 correspondence, Dec 2010-Jan 2013.

24 3

Royal College of Midwives June 7 2011, May-June 2011.

24 4

Maisons de Naisaance – Paris, 2011, Nov 2010-June 2011.

24 5

RCM “Socioeconomic Value of the Midwife”, 2011.

24 6

Sonia Johnson “Tonalities de Femmes” interview, April-Sept 2011.

24 7

Sonia Johnson “Tonalities de Femmes” interview, 2011, 2014.

24 8

France – Sages Femmes, visit Oct 30 2008, June-Oct 2008.

24 9

Visit to US– Bendit-Sages Femmes, Nov 2008-June 2009.

24 10

French American Foundation, 2002-2008.

24 11

Trip to Paris via the QE2 Oct 16-31 2009, July-Oct 2008.

24 12

Trip to Great Britain, July-Oct, 1972.

32 13
Box Folder

Tokyo Childbirth Education Association, conference program, correspondence Mar 26, 1989, Nov 1988-Mar 1989.

24 13

Japanese trip/tour, Mar 16-27, 1989 Correspondence, photographs, handwritten notes, Sept 1988-Mary 1989.

24 14

Sweden trip, Soder-sjurhuset – Stockholm, 1990, Mar-June 1990.

24 15

Sweden trip, Soder-sjurhuset – Stockholm, 1990, Printed items, correspondence, travel itineraries, Mar-June 1990.

24 16

“The Origin of the ABC Movement, Its Growth in the United States and International Aspects”, Presented in Sweden, June 5, 1990.

24 17

Stockholm, Oslo, Berlin Aug 16-30 1993 Correspondence, Aug-Sept 1993.

24 18

Prima Le Donne E I Bambini, Milan, Italy Nov 19-20, 1988, Oct-Dec 1988.

24 19

Speaker and Conference, Italy and France Nov 16-29, 1993, Sept-Nov 1993.

24 20

Puerto Rico 2003 Trip, Principles in Spanish, Nov 2002-June 2003.

24 21

Visit to WHO Geneva Aug 1977 July-Sept 1977.

32 22

Rome Meetings Nov 1977 5th International Congress of Psychosomatic Obstetricians and Gynecology, June-Nov 1977.

32 23

European Trip (France, Holland, Netherlands), April 1978 correspondence, Mar-May 1979.

32 24

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Series 9.  Professional Organizations and Activities, 1971-2011.

Scope and Contents note

Materials within this series focus on Lubic's professional activities, including workshops, meetings and forums that Dr. Lubic attended and spoke at as well as testimonies given during government hearings. Information related regarding the Institute of Medicine is contained within a subseries. Documents include programs, speeches given, correspondence, and meeting minutes.

Series 9.1.  National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine, 1971-2011.

Scope and Contents note

A charter member of the National Academy of Science Institute of Medicine (IoM) starting in 1971, Dr. Lubic was an active Board member for several years, and maintained her membership for decades to follow. While a member of the organization she was a participant of the first official medical delegation to the People's Republic of China (see Series 8). Documents in this section include board minutes and meetings, reports given to the IoM, grant request from MCA, correspondence, and other IoM activities.

Box Folder

Institute of Medicine, 1971.

25 1

Institute of Medicine, 1972-1975.

25 2

Institute of Medicine, 1976-1979.

25 3

Institute of Medicine, 1980-1992.

25 4

Institute of Medicine, 1992-1997.

25 5

Institute of Medicine, 1995-1999.

25 6

Committee on Scholarly Communications with PRC, 1974-1975.

25 7

Committee on Legalized Abortion Study, 1974.

25 8

National Research Council, 1973-1983.

25 9

Board of Maternal, Child, and Family Health Research, 1977-1980.

25 10

National Academy of Sciences, 1979, 1996.

25 11

Committee on Assessment Birth Setting, 1979-1983.

25 12

MCA proposal, undated.

25 13

Nominations, 1980-1985. Restricted.

25 14

Effects of Malpractice, 1987-1989.

25 15

Regional H Contact for the MCA to the Consortium on the Year 2000 Health Objectives, Dec 1987-Mar 1990.

25 16

Food and Nutrition Board, 1988-1991.

25 17

IOM Year 2000 Objectives, Documents relating to 1990 national health objectives, Healthy People 2000, Sept 5-7, 1990, July-Sept 1990.

25 18

Lienhard Nominations, 1990, 1993.

25 19

NY Regional Meeting, October 29, 1992.

25 20

Committee on Primary Care Correspondence, Dec 1994- Jan 1995.

25 21

Planning Committee for the Institute of Medicine and New York Academy of Medicine Joint Scientific Symposium and Testimonial Dinner, June 8, 1994, Mar-June 1994.

25 22

Planning Committee for the IOM/NYAM Joint Scientific Symposium and Celebration Dinner, May 1995.

25 21

Lienhard Committee, 2007, Sept 20 2007.

25 24

Lienhard Committee, Feb-Nov 2008.

25 25

Meeting, Oct 2008.

25 26

IOM Special Group Oct 8 2009, April-Oct 2009.

25 27

IOM Committee on Comparative Effectiveness Research Priorities public meeting, Mar 20 2009.

25 28

AAN ION meetings Oct 13-15 2011, Oct 2011, Mar 2012.

25 29

Oct 16 2011 special interest group, Mar-Nov 2011.

25 30

Oct 16 2011 section meetings, registration and guests, July-Oct 2011.

25 31

Oct 16 2011 handouts, Oct-Dec 2011.

25 32
Box Folder

National Institute of Health, 1972-1986.

25 33

Iona College.

25 34

The Lewin Group, 1996-1999.

25 35

March of Dimes, June 1986.

25 36

MMI Perinatal Risk Modification Task Force draft and expansion, Aug 1997.

25 37

American Association of World Health/U.S. Committee for the World Health Organization Correspondence, 1980, 1990-1998. Restricted.

26 38

American Academy of Nursing and American Nurses Association, 1979, 1998, 1998, 2001. Restricted.

26 39

AAN Fellowship Applications, 1982-1983.  restrict.

26 40

AAN correspondence, May 2011-Mar 2012.

26 41

Miscellaneous Correspondence.

26 42

ACNM Correspondence and Mailings, 1969-1972.

26 43

ACNM, 1993-1997.

26 44

ACNM Correspondence and Mailings, 1996-1998.

26 45

ACOG, 1997-1998.

26 46

American Friends of Yugoslavia, 1979-1981. Restricted.

26 47

American Nurses Association and NS6 MISC., 1978-1997.

26 48

ANA PEARL McIver Award, 1991, July-Nov 1996.

26 49

American Public Health Association Committee on Alternatives, 1979-1980, 1985.

26 50

American Public Health Association Journal, Aug 1996.

26 51

American Public Health Association General, 1996-1997, 1999-2000. Restricted.

26 52

AABC Reception, July 21 2012.

26 53

BIGGS Society: Hermann Biggs Society, 1996-1997. Restricted.

26 54

CASA – Mexico, 1996, 1997.

26 55

Lawton and RHEA Chiles Center, Feb 1997-May 1999.

26 56

College of New Rochelle: Doctor of Humane Letters, Honoris Causa, Jan-May 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997.

26 57

Columbia Graduate Anthropology Alumni Association, 1993-1996, 1999.

26 58

Columbia University School of Nursing, Jan-May 1998, 1999.

26 59

Democratic National Committee, 1997.

26 60

Friends of the Division of Nursing, Sept 1999.

26 61

Frontier Nursing Service, Mar 1997.

25 62

Health and Medicine Policy Research Group – Il. Reidmann – ACOG, 1996, 1997.

26 63

The Institute for Not-for-Profit Management, 1979-1991, 2000.

26 64

National League for Nursing, Sept 1996, May 1997.

26 65

National Leadership Coalition for Health Care, 1996-1998.

26 66

New York Academy of Medicine, 1997-1999.

26 67

NYC Registered Nurses Association District 13, 1981, 1997.

26 68

NYS DoH Talks, memos, correspondence, 1988, 1996.

26 69

NYSNA and NYSNAF, 1996, 1998. Restricted.

26 70

Pahef-Pan American Health and Education Foundation, 1985-1997.

26 71

Public Citizen’s Health Research Group, October-November 6, 1995.

26 72

Society of Physicians for Repro Choice.

26 73

Sigma Theta Tau Alpha Zeta Chapter, 1989-1997.

26 74

Sigma Theta Tau, 1986-1988, 1996, 1997.

26 75

State University of New York – Health Sciences Center Brooklyn, 1998-1999.

26 76

Professorial Activities NYC, 1995-2000.

26 77

University of Pennsylvania, 1996-2001.

26 78

Women’s City Club, July-Nov 1996.

26 79

Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School, Nov 1983-June 1985.

26 80

NYS Council on Graduate Medicine, June-Dec 1996.

27 81

Council on Graduate Medical Education (COGME)/NACNEP, Sept 1994-Oct 1995.

27 82

Pennsylvania visits correspondence, April-June 1994.

27 83

Rochester consultation, Jan-April 1994.

27 84

HeadStart Program Performance Standards, Early Childhood Development and Health Series, Consultant, Nov 21, 1996.

27 85

American College of Nurse Midwifery, Preparation of the Breasts for Breast Feeding Video/Film Transcript, 1964.

27 86

Answered Questionnaire, Survey on low-income childbearing populations and freestanding birth center care, 1988.

27 87

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health “Live Talk” Video Materials, Sept-Dec 2010.

27 88

Workgroup on Primary Care Workforce Projections, October 25, 1994 .

27 89

Workgroup on Primary Care Workforce Projections, April 25, 1995.

27 90

WNET Project “Health in our Hands”, video project, June-Dec 1994.

27 91

Carnegie, Seminar packet July 1990, Princeton NJ, June-Aug 1990.

27 92

New York State Department of Social Services conference, June- Sept 1991.

27 93

NACC workshop, correspondence, July 1991.

27 94

Guttmacher meeting, Mar 6, 1991.

27 95

National Forum of Women Healthcare Leaders Sept 16-17, 1990, Sept-Oct 1990.

27 96

National Perinatal Association, Nov 11, 1989, July, Nov 1989, Jan 1990.

27 97

Title V projects silver anniversary, Dec 13-14, 1989.

27 98

ACNM health policy meeting, Dec 6 1986.

27 99

AABC Annual Meeting Sept 14-17, 2006 – Valley Forge, PA, Mar-Oct 2006.

27 100

Phil Donahue Show Oct, 10, 1985; Correspondence regarding appearance, Oct 09, 1985-Nov 5, 1985.

27 101

Dr. Ruth Show, May 23, 1986; Correspondence regarding appearance on the Dr. Ruth Show, c. 1986.

27 102

Correspondence regarding appearance on NBC National News, May 20, 1984.

27 103

NBC Nightly News, Birth Center Segment, Phil Lee, 1994.

27 104

ABC World News- Peter Jenkins, Correspondence, June 1995.

27 105

RWL Statement to DC Council’s Committee on Health, Jan-April 2006.

27 106

Testimony on the Preliminary Report of the New York State Labor-Health Industry Task Force on Health Personnel, April 22, 1988.

27 107

Statement to the Subcommittee On Oversight, Washington, D.C., and correspondence, Mar 24, 1986.

27 108

Statement to Governor’s Commission on Liability Insurance, Feb 20, 1986.

27 109

Statement to New York State Assembly Hearing Access to Prenatal Care Dec 6, 1985; Statement, correspondence, and miscellaneous materials regarding statement, Dec 1985-July 1986.

27 110

Legal pages removed from Statement to New York State Assembly Hearing, Dec, 1985. legal size.

27 110A

Testimony NYS Senate Financing of Ambulatory Care in Non-Hospital Settings Mar 1984; Correspondence regarding testimony, Mar 1984.

27 111

Testimony on Preliminary Report on Medical Facilities Planning for NYC, Oct 17, 1983.

27 112

Hearing – Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Nurse Midwifery, Washington, D.C., Dec 18, 1980.

27 113

Testimony before Health Subcommittee of Ways & Means, Feb 11, 1980.

27 114

Testimony, [RWL] Boston’s Nurse-Midwifery Legislation, Feb 28, 1977.

27 115

RWL Participant in Appleseed Foundation John Hechinger Tribute, Sept-Oct 2000.

27 116

Ronald Pollack, May 1993.

27 117

New York State Hearing Albany, Oct 15, 1985. legal size.

27 118

Lasher Testimony [to Governor’s Commission], Dec 19, 1985. legal size.

27 119

WHO/PAHO Berkley Consultation meeting, Sept-Oct 1974.

32 120

Southwest MC INC Consultations, Oct 1981.

32 121

ACOG Update Program, June 4 1982.

32 122

Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe Visit, May 1-3, 1998.

32 123

Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe Visit, May 1-3, 1998.

32 124

AACN/NSG genearl correspondence and speaking engagement, 1997-2003.

34 125

AAN meeting, Aug-Oct 2010, April 2011.

34 126

AAN health disparities, Mar-April 2011.

34 127

AAN Edge runners, April-Oct 2012.

34 128

AAN video "Health care with its social context", Dec 2010-Feb 2011.

34 129

AAN outlook, 2012.

34 130

AAN correspondence, April 2013-Mar 2014.

34 131

AAN/NIH, 2013.

34 132

Social impact exchange RWJF/AARP, Nov 2009, Oct 2013.

34 133

AAN Edge runners correspondence, 2013-2015.

34 134

AAN maternal and infant expert panel call, April-May 2013.

34 135

CEA/MNY Childbirth Education Association of Metropolitan NY, Oct 1989-May 1990.

34 136

National Musuem of African American History and Culture, 2015.

34 137

Annie Casey foundation, 2003, 2013.

34 138

Centering pregnancy model, 2003.

34 139

Chartered health, 2007-2013.

34 140

American Association of World Health, Mar 1988.

34 141

AABC national birth center study congressional briefing, 2003.

34 142

ACNM/AABC briefing at Captial Building Feb 7, 2013, Jan-Feb 2013.

34 143

ACNM/AABC briefing at Captial Building, Mar-May 2013.

34 144

ACNM/AABC "Outcomes of care with birth centers" JMWH Vol 58, no 1, Jan/Feb 2013.

34 145

ACNM Seattle meeting materials, DFC concept papers.

34 146

ACNM Midwifery related materials, 1988-2014.

34 147

FACNM materials induction, Jan-Mar 2011.

35 148

Teachers College talk on disparities, Jan-Mar 2014.

35 149

Teachers College fundraising effort and health disparities conference, Mar 2014.

35 150

Teachers College nursing education meetings, Dec 2013-May 2016.

35 151

Teachers College events, Sept-Oct 2012, Sept-Dec 2013.

35 152

Trust for America's Health- Jane Silver, July 2011.

35 153

UPenn events, 2009-2016.

35 154

UPenn events, 2013-2015. Restricted.

35 155

CNM Student visit, 2013-2014. Restricted.

35 156

VNS NYC, Aug 2016.

35 157

WCC NYC Women's City Club of NY, April 2015, July 2016.

35 158

Public Citizen, Dec 2015, April-Sept 2017.

35 159

Seleni Institute, May-June 2015.

35 160

Sigma Theta Thau, 2007, 2015, 2017.

35 161

Society for Applied Anthropology, 2016-2017.

35 162

Nonprofit Centers Network at the DFC, May 18, 2009.

35 163

Partners in pernatal health conference, May 19-20, 2009. Restricted.

35 164

Katherine Weymouth Washington Post, Aug 2010-Sept 2011.

35 165

NYU class, Eileen Sullivan-Marx, Dec 2013-Jan 2014.

35 166

NYSALM NY State Association of Licensed Midwives, 2015.

35 167

NYAM New York Academy of Medicine, 1994-1996.

35 168

Visit of Dutch Midwives, July-Sept 2012.

35 169

National Women's History Musuem, 2014-2016.

35 170

NYAM New York Academy of Medicine, 2015, 2017.

35 171

Deans and directors meetings NYC, Feb-Nov 2013. Restricted.

35 172

RWJF award community health leaders, Nov 2011.

35 173

Jonas Foundation, 2015, 2016.

35 174

Focus Joint Center for Politcal and Economic Studies, 2007.

35 175

MCA/CBC, 1994, 1995.

35 176

MacArthur Fellows Program and Reunion, 1993-1996.

35 177

Hudson Institute- Social Justice Philanthropy, 2012.

35 178

Hopkins, 1993-1994.

35 179

IHF group visit, Feb 2016.

35 180

RWJ Foundation, Union Station, Building a Healthier America, July 2012-June 2013.

35 181

RWJF Washington Post, 2014.

35 182

RWJF news, Jan 2014.

35 183

AARP/RWJF roundtable on innovation, Sept 2013.

35 184

RWJF meeting early childhood for all by 2025, Jan 2014.

35 185

AAN Macy Foundation recommendations, Jan-Mar 2017.

35 186

AAN Edge Runners, 2015-2016.

35 187

AAN 2017 Annual meeting and reception, Sept, Oct 2017.

35 188

AANM NYC Trip for Dorothea Lang memorial, July-Aug 2017.

35 189

COGENS event at PA Hospital, Sept-Aug 2017. Restricted.

35 190

AAN Expert panel maternal and infant conference calls, 2017-2018.

35 191

AAN material.

35 192

AAN, 2015-Jan 2016. Restricted.

35 193

AAN executive committee maternal and infant health, 2016-2018.

35 194

AAN, Oct 5-7, 3027.

35 195

NAM materials, Oct 21, 2016.

35 196

Nurses Health Study- Harvard, 2013, 2016, 2017.

35 197

Awardee E.H. Norton, Jan 2015.

35 198

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Series 10.  Speeches, Presentations, and Conferences, 1972-2011.

Scope and Contents note

Dr. Lubic was a frequent speaker at commencements, conferences, and panels throughout her career both in the United States and internationally. This series consists of the speeches, communications, travel plans and conference materials for her speaking engagements as well as conferences she attended during her career.

Box Folder

Women’s Research and Education Institute, June 27, 2011.

27 1

George Mason University invitation, May-June 2011.

27 2

Healthy Cities: Healthy Women, University of Pennsylvania, “Urban Women’s Health” May 5 2011, Feb-Aug 2011.

27 3

NYU – Blessing of Hands May 16 2011, April-Aug 2011.

27 4

Teachers College Health, Behavior & Society Colloquium Mar 31 2011, Feb-April 2011.

27 5

Speaker, NYU Midwifery Students New England Midwifery Education Collaborative, April 2011, April-May 2011.

27 6

AHA Council meeting speaker April 11 2011, Mar-April 2011. Restricted.

27 7

Midwifery State of the World Symposium Report, June 2010.

27 8

UNFPD Symposium on Strengthening Midwifery, June 5-6 2010.

27 9

UNFPD correspondence, Mar-June 2010, 2011-2012.

27 10

Adelphi University speaking April 6 2010, Dec 2009-April 2010. Restricted.

27 11

Greensboro, NC speaker April 23 2010, Feb-Dec 2010.

27 12

NACC, Orlando, FL, Sept 16-22, 2003.

27 13

AACN convention June 10-16, 2005, Oct 2004-June 2005.

27 14

Keynote- Towards A Research Strategy for the Changing Delivery of Health Care, Sigma Theta Tau Spring Research Day, Mar 23, 1995.

27 15

University of Pennsylvania speaker Feb 1, 1995, correspondence, Aug 1994-Feb 1995. Restricted.

27 16

University of Pennsylvania Commencement, speaker, Dec 20 1996, Nov 1996-Jan 1997.

27 17

Free Standing Birthing Center in Illinois: Dialogue and Debate, Chicago, IL Birth Center task force conference, Mar 3, 1995, Jan-May 1995; Aug-Sept 1996.

27 18

Milbank Fund, March of Dimes meetings, Nov 28-29, 1994, Correspondence, Aug 1994-Feb 1995.

27 19

Diane Jolles, Whipper Snapper Award, ACNM, May 24 2008.

27 20

March of Dimes town meeting, Aug 6, 1992.

27 21

March of Dimes, Chicago Correspondence, May 1991-April 1992.

27 22

NACC annual meeting, Sept 17-21, 1992.

28 23

NACC, Brownsville, TX Oct 8-13, 1991, July-Dec 1991.

28 24

March of Dimes, 14th Perinatal Nurses Conference NYC Mar 11, 1991, Mar-April 1991.

28 25

March of Dimes, Pace May 29, 1991, Feb-May 1991.

28 26

ACNM meeting, Minneapolis May 12-16, 1991, Mar-Aug 1991.

28 27

AAN expert panel, Charleston, SC Oct 13-14, 1990, Oct 1990-Feb 1991.

28 28

Correspondence, “The BirthPlace” ribbon-cutting ceremony program, information, San Diego June 15-16, 1991, May-Aug 1991.

28 29

Speech, “Innovation: When Tomorrow Is Today”, ACNM meeting, Atlanta, GA May 12-15, 1990, Jan-May 1990.

28 30

Keynote address, Nurses and Public Policy: Knowing the Process, Using the Power, University of Albany, Mar 18, 1990, Oct 1989-Oct 1990.

28 31

Central NJ Perinatal Educators Aug 16, 1989, Aug-Sept 1989.

28 32

Speech, “A View from the Trenches”, University of South Florida, Tampa, July 15, 1988, April, July 1988.

28 33

ACNM fall legislative conference, Oct 25-26 1995.

28 34

Rochester opening doors conference Oct 6, 1995, May-Oct 1996.

28 35

Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), Nashville conference June 6 1995, April 1994, Feb-June 1995.

28 36

ACNM Dallas meeting May 27-29 1995, May-June 1995.

28 37

Keynote, District #14 New York State Nurses Association, May 3, 1995, April-May 1995.

28 38

Teacher’s College Stewart Conference speaker April 7, 1995, Dec 1994-May 1995.

28 39

Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Omega chapter, Adelphi correspondence, May 1995.

28 40

Early discharge conference, D.C., Mar 31- April 1, 1995.

28 41

CNEP Midwifery Bound Hyden KY, July 10-11, 1993.

28 42

CNEP graduation speech, Sept-Oct 1992.

28 43

New Jersey Nurses' Association of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Correspondence (NAACOG) Nov 17 1992, June-Nov 1992.

28 44

ACNM National Committee on Nurse-Midwife (NMW) education Nov 5-6 1992, June-Nov 1992.

28 45

March of Dimes, Huntington Long Island, Symposium documents, correspondence, Nov 4, 1992 Jan 1993.

28 46

Information Technology in Community Health (ITCH) Conference, correspondence, conference programs, Victoria, B.C. Oct 18-19, 1992, Oct-Nov 1992.

28 47

Greater Victoria Hospital Society, British Columbia Oct 20 1992, Sept-Oct 1992.

28 48

Boston University School of Public Health speaker Jan 25, 1994, Aug 1993-Feb 1994.

28 49

Medical University of South Carolina – graduation speaker, Feb-July 1995.

28 50

ACNM summit Dec 9-11, 1993, Sept 1993-Aug 1994.

28 51

Rochester Birth Center Nov 5, 1993, Mar-April 1991, Aug 1993-Feb 1994.

28 52

“An Alternative Cost Environment for Birth”, University of California San Francisco Presentation, May 2 1981.

28 53

“Politics of Nursing Research”, Montefiore Medical Center Nursing Research Day, NYC, Mar-Sept 1985.

28 54

NIH Forum on Malpractice Issues in Child Birth, Masur Auditorium Bethesda, Maryland, 1985.

28 55

Policy and Politics for Nurses, Lisa Summers “The Community and Childbearing”, July 1996-Nov 1999.

28 56

Association of the Academic Health Centers Proceedings of the 6th Congress of Health Professions Educators, “Enhancing Delivery to the Underserved” pp.59 June 1999, May-Sept 1999.

28 57

“Where Do We Go From Here?”, NACC Keynote Address, Mar 1985.

28 58

“Freestanding Birth Centers – Where Are We Now?” San Diego, CA, ASPO/Lamaze June 3-8, 1984; Correspondence regarding paper.

28 59

LaGuardia – Perinatal Advisory Council New York State Dept. of Health and Commissioner Axelrod, Presented by RWL, May 30, 1984.

28 60

Frontier Nursing University graduation Claire Fagin Oct 22, 2011, Aug 2011-Jan 2012.

28 61

DCPCA 2011 annual meeting and follow-up.

28 62

NYAM NSG SPIG, Dec 15, 2011.

28 63

NMPP Conference Calls, Public Health/Social Media, May 18, June 2010.

28 64

4th Trimester NMPP (Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership) Conference, June 2010.

28 65

NMPP speaker Feb 22, 2010, Feb-April 2010.

28 66

NMPP Mario Drummonds Feb 22, 2010, Dec 2009-Feb 2010.

28 67

NMPP Summit on Childhood Obesity, March 2010, Mar-May 2010.

28 68

DC – Harlem Dialogue with Dr. Ruth, Feb 22, 2010.

28 69

Lawton & Rhea Chiles Center Talk, University of South Florida, July-Sept 2009.

28 70

University of Minnesota, Summit of Sages 2009, July 2008-Nov 2009. restricted.

28 71

Mayo Clinic OB/GYN Grand Rounds, Nov 2009.

28 72

University of Pennsylvania CNM Graduation, December 2009.

28 73

AMCHP John MacQueen Award & Lecture with Dr. Linda Randolph, Jan-Feb, July 2013.

28 74

Hunter Bellevue Talk, Mar 2013.

28 75

Celebrating David Mechanic, 2013.

28 76

NYC Newsletter, Midwifery Pioneers (Interview by Ellen Catalinotto), Fall 2014.

28 77

Pace Book Chapter Collaboration, Sept-Nov 2014.

28 78

Speaker at Frontier Nursing University Annual Luncheon at the Sulgrave Club correspondence, Feb-May 2016.

28 79

ACNM Dondero Award speaker, Oct 1995, April-June 1996.

28 80

ACNM Dondero Award speaker materials.

28 81

Disruptive Women in Health Care, Sept 2008-Nov 2011.

28 82

Georgetown Leadership Conference, Mar 24 2006.

28 83

Pennsylvania Association of Licensed Midwives Oct 22 2006 – Harrisburg, PA, Aug-Nov 2006.

28 84

University of Maryland Mar 2 2007 – Institute for Maternal and Child Health Leadership, Dec 2006-July 2007.

28 85

Society for Applied Anthropology Tampa Mar 27-30, 2007, Oct 2006-April 2007.

28 86

AABC Anchorage Oct 4-7, 2007, Mar-Nov 2007.

29 87

PHN Roundtable APHA Nov 6, 2007, Aug 2007-Mar 2008.

29 88

APHA Forum Nov 06 2007 Remark, Aug-Nov 2007.

29 89

AAN Raise the Voice Edge Runners, Sept 2007-Feb 2008.

29 90

AAN Raise the Voice Media Training, April 2008.

29 91

AAN Annual meeting, talks Nov 2007 July 2007, July 2007.

29 92

Kitty’s MME Talk Re. Midwifery ED – MME Forum APHA, 2007.

29 93

APHA MME Forum DC, July-Dec 2007.

29 94

Women’s National Democratic Club Luncheon Garolyn Maloney, Nov 08 2008.

29 95

Healthy Start Association Conference, April 22, 2008.

29 96

AARP conference, April 15-16 2008.

29 97

National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice (NACNEP), May 7, 2008.

29 98

ACNM Boston May 23-27, April-May 2008.

29 99

FACNM Fellows meeting, Jan-May 2008.

29 100

Surgeon General Preterm Birth Prevention, May-June 2008.

29 101

Teachers College event, Jan 11, 2012.

29 102

Teachers College speaker DC event May 23, 2012, Jan-Sept 2012.

29 103

Foremothers event at National Research Center for Women & Families, May 11, 2012.

29 104

Sulgrave annual meeting, book display, Mar-Mar 2012.

29 105

Testimony on For-Profit Implications, Mar 1984.

29 106

Presentation, “The Evolution of Perinatal Nursing”, Chicago – March of Dimes Mar 11-12, 1984; Drafts and sources.

29 107

Speech, “Can Quality Maternal Care Survive in Times of Fiscal Constraint?”, Illinois Association for Maternal and Child Health, Mar 3-6, 1984.

29 108

Speech, “A Time to be Born: Does Society Help us Choose?”, South Florida Perinatal Network, Feb 21, 1984.

29 109

Speech “Information Regarding Women’s Health Problems and Recommendations for Solutions to the Problems of Reproductive Health”, United States Public Health Service Conference on Women’s Health Issues, Jan 18, 1984.

29 110

Speech, “Reimbursement for Nursing Practice: From Whence Cometh Our Help?”, National Conference on Reimbursement , Nashville, TN, Nov 10, 1983.

29 111

“Birth Centers: Is Pregnancy an Illness?” Perinatology Conference Washington D.C., Sept 9, 1982.

29 112

“Recent Developments in Maternity Services and Their Impact on Nurse-Midwifery Care and Education”, FIGO, 1982.

29 113

“Nurse-Midwifery Education, Looking to the Future”, Presentation Columbia University, Jan 7, 1982.

29 114

Speech, “Responding to the Needs of Today’s Families: An Experience in Out-of-Hospital Primary Maternity Care”, 19th Congress of the International Confederation of Midwives, Brighton, England, Sept 14, 1981.

29 115

Speech, “An Analysis of Conflict in Health Care Innovation Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Applied Anthropology”, Edinburgh, April 14, 1981.

29 116

Speech, “The Politics of Childbirth Today”, University of Wisconsin 2nd Motherhood Symposium, April 9, 1981.

29 117

Correspondence for March Meetings/San Francisco Denver Rural Primary Care Conference, Mar 9-13, 1981.

29 118

"Introduction", Cultural Considerations in Wellness and Illness Conference Oct 4, 1980, July-Sept 1980.

29 119

Great Plains Organization for Perinatal Health Care May 18-20, 1980 Correspondence regarding the meeting of the Great Plains Organization for Perinatal Health Care, June-Aug 1979, May-June 1980.

29 120

Presentation, “Towards a Good Birth Experience Workshop”, Davenport, Iowa May 16, 1980; Correspondence and evaluations, Mar 1980 – June, 1980.

29 121

Presentation, “Birth Settings: Alternatives for Patients with Varying Needs”, 1979 Annual Scientist Session of the Academy of Nursing, Los Angeles, CA, Sept 1979.

29 122

Presentation, “The Childbearing Center: An Alternative Birth Setting”, New York Hospital; draft and revisions, June 12, 1978.

29 123

“A Pragmatic Approach to Providing a Positive Psychologic Milieu for the Maternity Cycle” [RWL], 5th International Congress of Psychosomatic Ob and Gyn – Rome, Nov 13-19, 1977.

29 124

“Maternity Center Association’s Childbearing Center: Innovation & Controversy”, [RWL] 105th Annual Meeting of American Public Health Association, Oct 1, 1977.

29 125

Address, “Fetal Electronic Monitoring vs. Home Delivery”, March 23, 1977.

29 126

ICEA News Re: NAPSAC conference, July 1976.

29 127

“Whatever Happened to Normal Childbearing “, First Annual Perinatal Nursing Conference MoD Chicago, Jan, 1976.

29 128

RWL talks at Perinatal Conference (University of Mississippi) Nov 1972; Copy of talk and correspondence, 1972-1976.

29 129

RWL talks at Perinatal Conference (University of Mississippi), Nov 1972. legal size.

29 129A

“The Childbearing Center – An Experience of the Maternity Center Association/Visiting Nurse Service of New York”, CHHA/CHS Annual Meeting, 1976.

29 130

University of Kentucky lecture Oct 29-30, 1975, July-Nov 1975.

32 131

College of Old West Bucy Conference on Women and Health, Oct 11-12, 1975.

32 132

Lecture, Chicago 1st Annual Perinatal Nursing Conference June 19-21, 1976 International Conference on Women in Health; New Frontiers in Normal Obstetrics Physicians Workshop SEA of Seattle and ICED Seattle Pacific College June 15, 1976.

32 133

Perinatal Conference New Hampshire/Vermont, May-Oct 1976.

32 134

Albany Telicity’s April 23, 1977 April 1977-Jan 1978; Great Gorge NAACOG Oct 11, 1977 Oct-Nov 1977.

32 135

APHA Nov 1977 Washington DC Talk, Oct-Nov 1977.

32 136

APHA Nov 1977 Washington DC Talk Travel Papers, Oct 1977.

32 137

Hopkins Baltimore City Jan 18, 1978, Nov 1977-Mar 1978.

32 138

Psychosomatic Obstetricians and Gynecology Philadelphia Jan 16, 1978, Aug 1977-Jan 1978.

32 139

Montreal Jan 30, 1978 Childbirth Education Association, Jan-Mar 1978.

32 140

National Institute of Psychotherapies NYC, May 6, 1978.

32 141

North Dakota State Department of Health Bismark, Sept 5, 1978, May-Sept 1978.

32 142

Childbirth Without Pain Education Association Detroit, MI, Oct 1978.

32 143

University of California San Francisco correspondence, Mar 19-21, 1979.

32 142a

American Academy of Nursing, Los Angeles Birth Settings- The CBC (Speech), Sept 17, 1979.

32 143a

NYSNA Adolescent Pregnancy Syracuse NY, April 27, 1979.

32 144

NAACOG Oct 29, 1979 Miami Florida “Birth Alternatives”; Assembly of the State of NY Nov 26, 1979 Albany Forum on Access to Prenatal Care.

32 145

March 1980 Undecade for Women Denver CO; Feb 1980, Midwifery in British Columbia Vancouver.

32 146

Childbirth without pain Education Association University of Wisconsin, April 10, 1981.

32 147

Edinburgh, Scotland Society for Applied Anthropology, April 14, 1981.

32 148

University of California San Francisco An Alternative Cost Environment for Birth, May 2, 1981.

32 149

Sidmore Pan Pacifica South East Asia Women’s Association of USA (PPSEAWA), Sept 30, 1981.

32 150

ASPO Convention Washington DC, J