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Americans are used to crises. They have survived several in recent years. But because in a democracy national action depends on mass understanding, we attack our crises almost too late. This is particularly true when the issue develops slowly and insidiously. It is easier for the nation...
The state of medical education, as it exists in Germany and Austria today, may appear to have only a remote relation to the health of other portions of the world, and in particular to the problems of medical care in the United States. A moderate degree of reflection, however, will...
South of the Rio Grande the teaching of medicine began long before formal instruction was introduced in North America. The first medical school was established in Santo Domingo in 1538. A medical school was organized at the University of Mexico in 1580. and other schools appeared in...
The Evaluation of Foreign Medical Credentials sounds uninteresting, and when Dr. Bierring asked me to speak at this meeting he suggested the title "Implications of Foreign Medical Graduates in Licensure," which to me seemed to be of more interest. This short presentation is therefore...
On June 5 of last year, the Senate passed the National Science Foundation bill S. 526 by a vote of 79 to 8. A parallel bill (representing H. R. 1815, 1830 and 1834, introduced by Representatives Case, Mills and Priest, respectively) was passed by acclaim in the House a few days later. In...
For some years medical literature has been replete with reports of the use of penicillin for various types of infection, but so far as I know there has been no report of its use following a mauling of a person by a carnivorous animal. Hence the present report.
On the morning of Aug 20, 1947 a...
ANNUAL REPORT ON INTERNSHIPS AND RESIDENCIES BY THE COUNCIL ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND HOSPITALS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
F. H. Arestad, M.D., E. K. Reid, M.D., and E. H. Leveroos, M.D.
The approved internship and residency lists previously...
Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association 535 North Dearborn Street, Chicago 10 Revised to May 1, 1948
HOSPITALS, 807 INTERNSHIPS, 9,118
The following general hospitals, investigated and approved by the Council on Medical Education and...
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