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THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN TEACHERS OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN

THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN TEACHERS OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN THE OF ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN TEACHERS THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN Annual June 12, 1928 Twenty-Second Meeting, P. CROZER in the Chair J. GRIFFITH, M.D., President, Simplicity in Teaching Pediatrics. Dr. P. Crozer J. Griffith, Philadelphia. In our efforts at fulness of discussion we tell our students too and much, they, in their and lack of as to what is of real ignorance experience importance, go with There are several sources to be blamed for what I away misconceptions. an can but as unfitness of students for bedside work when the regard many medical is them. First is the course. When the student degree given graded his examinations in and the passes chemistry, anatomy, physiology, pathology like, and has done his is with laboratory he disposed to feel that he is work, through and to should these, straightway proceeds forget what he has been taught. There be correlation between disease. greater these studies and their to application The second matter to be blamed is the excess of work and I do laboratory of refer to not, course, the examinations of the urine and the blood. I ordinary know that there sides are two to this and that discussion it has http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN TEACHERS OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1928 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0096-8994
eISSN
1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1928.01920300221020
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Abstract

THE OF ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN TEACHERS THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN Annual June 12, 1928 Twenty-Second Meeting, P. CROZER in the Chair J. GRIFFITH, M.D., President, Simplicity in Teaching Pediatrics. Dr. P. Crozer J. Griffith, Philadelphia. In our efforts at fulness of discussion we tell our students too and much, they, in their and lack of as to what is of real ignorance experience importance, go with There are several sources to be blamed for what I away misconceptions. an can but as unfitness of students for bedside work when the regard many medical is them. First is the course. When the student degree given graded his examinations in and the passes chemistry, anatomy, physiology, pathology like, and has done his is with laboratory he disposed to feel that he is work, through and to should these, straightway proceeds forget what he has been taught. There be correlation between disease. greater these studies and their to application The second matter to be blamed is the excess of work and I do laboratory of refer to not, course, the examinations of the urine and the blood. I ordinary know that there sides are two to this and that discussion it has

Journal

American journal of diseases of childrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Dec 1, 1928

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