Dockray, Karl 2011-11-08

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Interviewee Name: Karl Dockray

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Date: November 08, 2011

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 01:17:25


Introduction, Birth, Family history, Lubbock when he was young, Texas Technological College, Nursery, Medical heritage, Medical school, Why he chose radiology, Aptitude test, Residency in Parkland, Kennedy assassination, Oswald surgery film, Eagerness and expertise of the Parkland team, Failure of transferring the Parkland model to Lubbock, Lubbock medical school, Improvements in Health Sciences Center, Associate clinical professor, Barring medical students from visiting the Methodist hospital, Preventing the expansion of the big hospitals, After he was fired from his practice, Only physician to still publish scholarly papers, Keeping up with other medical fields, Lubbock’s first pioneer special procedures interventionalist, Applying computer technology to radiology, Stationed in Kansas, 500 cases behind, Writing an x-ray program in 1966, Organizational inertia, Current life, Cases from a clinic, Image resolution, Family, Golf, Last comments, Spouse, Failures in science, Father’s genealogical research

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