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November 7, 1931

BELGIUM

JAMA. 1931;97(19):1400-1401. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730190056023

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Abstract

International Congress of Open-Air Schools  The second International Congress of Open-Air Schools was opened by the presidential addresses of Dr. René Sand and General Director De Paeuw, and by the official greetings of Dr. Mola, president of the International Committee (Montevideo), to the representatives of Czechoslovakia, England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Peru, Spain and Scotland.The scientific papers were presented before two sections. From the medical point of view, the discussions dealt with the collaboration of physicians and teachers in the open-air schools; the bases of physical education; respiratory technic, and the selection of children. The scientific assembly was attended by Drs. Armand Delille of Paris, Mola of Montevideo, Selter of Bonn, Madel of Paris, Delattre, Galet and Imianitoff of Brussels, Ledent of Liége, Jeudon of Paris, Monnoi of Milan, and others. Excursions to Brussels, Antwerp and the Belgian coast afforded the visitors an opportunity of

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