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The internship and residency are well established as essential parts of a physician's education. The development of recognition of the internship as essential dates back some forty years and that of the residency a little more than twenty years. The principles governing these types of...
This is the report of accomplishments of the past year and plans for the next year by the Social Science Research Council established twenty-five years ago to advance knowledge of human relations through scientific research. Beginning with a summary of the aims of the organization, the...
AMA GROUP ARRIVES AT ANCHORAGE
A team of specialists sponsored by the American Medical Association held a refresher clinic at Anchorage, Alaska, July 19 to August 2. The course was sponsored by the American Medical...
The forty-ninth annual report of the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals which appears in this issue of The Journal summarizes basic data concerning medical schools and students in the United States and Canada and contains other significant information on medical education....
This book opens with a discussion of the physical examination of the heart and blood vessels. Murmurs appear to be overemphasized while percussion has been tossed overboard and is replaced by roentgenograms. There is an excellent discussion of the arrhythmias including their...
The early diagnosis and treatment of cancer in accessible sites with emphasis on diagnosis by general practitioners will be taken up at the Cancer Symposium September 24 at the Hotel California, San Francisco....
The John and Mary R. Markle Foundation is making grants of $25,000 payable at the rate of $5,000 annually to schools over a five year period for the support of each scholar selected, not $250,000 at the rate of $5,000 annually as was stated in The Journal August 13, page 1226.
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