Dudden, Rosalind F. (Rosalind (Roz) Farnam Dudden)
Rosalind Farnam Dudden was instrumental in bringing use of the internet to medical librarians in Colorado. She came to Colorado in 1966 and taught skiing in Aspen, Colorado for three years. She received her Master of Library Science degree from the University of Denver in 1970 and began as library director at the Mercy Medical Center, a Catholic general hospital, in 1971. She then became library director at National Jewish Health in 1986 and worked there until she retired in 2011. She is recognized for leading collaborative efforts with medical librarians in Colorado and in the Medical Library Association, led the compilation of the CCML union list of serials, and for adopting and promoting the use of technology. Rosalind Dudden created the first website for National Jewish Health in 1995 and promoted the early use of emails. She authored over 30 publications and received many awards for her work and scholarship.
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File — Box: B422.01.0001
Overview The box contains the transcript of an interview of Rosalind Farnam Dudden on July 6, 2018 by Margaret M. Bandy as part of the Medical Library Association Oral History Project. The oral history covers Rosalind Dudden's work as the director of the medical libraries at Mercy Medical Center and National Jewish Health. Much of the oral history is about her leading role in creating collaboration efforts with hospital librarians for adopting and promoting the use of technology. The transcript is 71...
Overview Rosalind (Roz) Farnam Dudden was interviewed by Margaret Bandy in May of 2019 as part of the Medical Library Associations (MLA) Oral History Project. She received her MLS from the University of Denver in 1970. Roz Dudden directed two libraries in Denver, Mercy Medical Center, a Catholic general hospital, (1971-1986) and at National Jewish Health (1986-2011). She is recognized for leading collaborative efforts with hospital librarians in Colorado and the Medical Library Association for adopting...
Dates: Other: 2018-2019
Found in: Special Collections and Archives