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Widespread interest has been shown by many hospitals in reestablishing a basic two-year program of graduate education similar to that prior to World War II. As late as 1941, 22 per cent of the approved internship programs were from 12 to 24 months in duration, especially in hospitals...
The 34th Annual Report on Internships and Residencies in this issue of The Journal contains statistical data on the performance of approved graduate training programs in the United States, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the Canal Zone. As before, it contains the data pertaining to the year...
The Council on Medical Education and Hospitals finds that very little data exist on the subject of costs of training programs. In liaison with the Council on Medical Services, this subject is being studied intensively with particular reference to the variety of sources of support for the...
For nearly a decade, the National Intern Matching Program has provided all fourth-year American medical students with a directory of participating hospitals which have approved internship programs.
This year, for the first time, all fourth-year American medical students will...
Perusal of the section of this issue having to do with announcements of changes in the requirements of the various American specialty boards for certification in certain of the subspecialties reveals a difference in philosophy as to the mechanisms by which specialists may qualify for...
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