Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1967 · Page 33
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 33

Phoenix, Arizona
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Monday, April 3, 1967
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Symposion Reveals Knowledge Gaps The Republic Medical Editor has authored a series of four articles for Women's Forum. The subject is sex, the problems it creates iu our rapidly changing society, the explosive impact on adults and teen-agers, the age-old questions of pre-marital and extra-marital relations. Luiicheoft New Hope for Child Allergy Victims VLLERGY FOUNDATION ma. It, strikes nuicklv anH th* »«„ r«,.h»n ,.„„ „, „ ,.__ ^^ (The second in a four-part series.) By JULIAN DeVRlES Republic Medical Editor A symposium recently at Arizona State Hospital on "Sex and the Family Doctor" was revealing both to the family doctors who attended it, and the psychiatrists who ' conducted it. One of the facts which emerged from the two-day meeting was that the family doctor doesn't know as much about sex as he should. According to Dr. William F. Sheeley, hospital director, this is not the doctor's fault, but the fault of medical schools, few if any of which include the subject in their curricula. Adults and teen-agers often depend on the family doctor for advice in sexual problems. But the best the average doctor can offer is some anatomic and physiologic facts about sex and sex function. The emotional and psychiatric aspects which underlie most sex problems are glossed over or ignored. This, according to Dr. Sheeley, was one or the reasons for the seminar — to integrate psychiatry, insofar as it < pertains to sexual problems, KID NAPPING R.OUHLING, France iWNS) Police were alerted when Joel Calis, 3, did not return home from kindergarten. T h e y searched for five hours without success, then asked for a piece of Joel's clothing so that they could put dogs on the hunt. The kindergarten teacher opened her classroom to get the boy's smock, and there was Joel asleep. "I love my teacher and wanted to stay," he said. "So I sneaked back in." into the general practice of medicine. How well the symposium succeeded depends on the force of the impetus it gave the family doctor to pursue the matter further and in greater detail. This is what Dr. Irene M. Josselyn, Phoenix psychiatrist, and one of the symposium panel members told me after the meeting: "I myself and, I believe, the rest of the panel, were trying to look objectively at a change in our social mores in regard to sex so that we could evaluate our role in modifying those mores if such modification is indicated, or consider how, if the change is permanent, we can help .prevent negative effects from it. The change cannot be attributed to any one cause; it has been brought about by many factors." What these factors are, what the results from them are and how both are treated by society generally, formed the major part of the symposium discussions. (Highlights from those discussions will be reported tomorrow.) 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