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PRESENTATION on behalf of the American Pediatrie Society of the John Howland Award for 1955 to a teacher whose lectures in the second year of medical school were so inspiring as to determine the direction of one's professional life and to a colleague and friend who over a period of 30...
Combined Meeting, Quebec, Canada, June 15, 16, 17, and 18, 1955
Human Growth, Development, and Adaptation: Address of the American Pediatric Society President.Dr. Alfred H. Washburn, Denver.
This paper was published in full in the July, 1955, issue of the A. M. A....
A.M.A. Annual Meeting, Chicago, June 11-15, 1956.—The 105th Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association will be held in Chicago, June 11-15, 1956, with a full program of lectures, television, motion pictures, and scientific exhibits.
The lecture program for each Section is...
The plethora of popular publications on child guidance during the past few years makes it difficult to recommend anyone as outstanding. Dr. Harry Joseph and Gordon Zern have covered the subject in a good comprehensive manner. They are to be commended for the attention paid to "normal"...
This classic monograph, first published in 1936, has been out of print for a long time. The recent increased interest in congenital heart disease resulting from surgical achievements in this field has led to numerous requests for a reprinting.
The American Heart Association has...
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