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CDC bulletin, Oct.-Nov.-Dec. 1949.
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    Oct.-Nov.-Dec. 1949
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CDC bulletin, Oct.-Nov.-Dec. 1949.
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    U.S. Public Health Service, Federal Security Agency.

    The Production Division is the audio-visual facility of the Communicable Disease Center. It is equipped to provide all types of audio-visual service. The Production Division operates with six clear-cut general objectives: 1. To produce audio-visual materials to be used in the training of communicable disease investigation and control; 2. To distribute such materials to Communicable Disease Center Headquarters and field training activities, State and local health departments, graduate schools of hygiene and public health, departments of preventive medicine, and sanitary engineering in schools, colleges, and universities; 3. To help training personnel acquire the skills necessary to select, use, and evaluate these materials in their training programs; 4. To act as a service organization to other Divisions of the Communicable Disease Center by supplying photographs, photomicrographs, slides, and exhibits to document their operations; 5. To produce, upon request and reimbursable basis, audio-visual training materials for other units of the Public Health Service; 6. To cooperate with other governmental agencies, through the Interdepartmental Committee, to provide means for exchange of information, ideas, and experiences, and to prevent duplication of production through mutual planning and activities.

    The Production Division, its mission and operation / Gale C. Griswold -- Translating an idea into a shooting script / Barry A. Sherrill -- How a shooting script becomes a motion picture / Barry A. Sherrill -- From film script to color filmstrip / Everett L. Priest -- Reaching the intended audience / Merle I. Wimmer -- The planning and production of a Communicable Disease Center film -- CDC medical and dental service -- Transportation plan board / Emerson R. Baker -- Book review: Veterinary protozoology -- Streptomycin sensitivity testing / Robert A. Patnode -- -- Pictorial review: -- Fundamentals of detergents [CDC 5-079.0, released 1949; filmstrip: 72 frames, 9 minutes] -- Oral hygiene--Toothbrush technique [CDC 5-135.0, released 1949; filmstrip: 30 frames, 5 minutes] -- Fly density surveys by the grill method [CDC 4.086.O, released 1949; motion picture: 210 feet, 6 minutes] -- The Collection of adult flies [CDC 4-085, released 1949; motion picture: 220 feet, 6 minutes] -- -- Morbidity chart -- Division highlights: Administrative Division, -- Engineering Division, Entomology Division, Epidemiology Division, Laboratory Division, Production Division, Technical Development Division, Training Division, Veterinary Public Health Division -- CDC training courses.

    Notice: The quarterly CDC Bulletin will be discontinue after this issue. Effective January 1950, the Bulletin will be issued as a monthly publication.

    68 numbered pages.

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