Series 6 - Copies of Data from the Commonwealth Employment Service Files - All Clients For Whom a Diagnosis of Epilepsy was entered during 1959
Epilepsy Study Data

Date Range1956 - 1959
Quantity2 cm, 1 file
ProvenanceReverend Robert Richard U'Ren

This series consists of copies of data from the Commonwealth Employment Service files recording the clients for whom a diagnosis of epilepsy was entered during 1959. The index cards record the client's name, address, personal details, occupation, nature of employment, employment history, qualifications, factors affecting placement, general action, referrals, C.E.S. interviewer and date. The information was ultimately used in a study on epilepsy and community attitudes conducted by the Social Studies Department at the University of Melbourne.

ArrangedOriginal arrangement - alphabetical according to surname of the client
AccessPartially closed

Inventory Listing

UREN00031 Copies of Commonwealth Employment Service Cards on Clients Diagnosed with Epilepsy
CES Index Cards on Clients with Epilepsy

Copies of Commonwealth Employment Service Cards on clients diagnosed with epilepsy, 1959.

Each individual card documents the client's name, personal details, nature of employment and wages sought, employment history, qualifications, general action, referrals and references to other factors affecting placement including physical handicaps, presentation, manner, mental capacity. The research was compiled by the Social Studies Department at the University of Melbourne in 1958 for a study on epilepsy and the social ramifications and attitudes.

A digital image has been created of this record. Access conditions apply to these digital images, and the original paper records.

Creator Reverend Robert Richard U'Ren
Control Alphabetical arrangement
Date range 1959    Quantity 3 cm, 1 File
Formats Indexes
Access Partially closed
Inventory Identifier UREN00031 Box Number 5 Series 6

Published by the The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre on AustehcWeb, February 2009
Listed by Fay Anderson, Ann McCarthy, Michael Jones
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