April 17, 1920


JAMA. 1920;74(16):1112. doi:10.1001/jama.1920.02620160052018

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March 20, 1920.

Graduate Medical Education for Panel Physicians  The London Panel Committee has pointed out the necessity for the graduate education of panel physicians and the boundless opportunities afforded by the general and special hospitals of the metropolis. They suggest organization of special courses in such subjects as clinical diagnosis and treatment, radiography, tuberculosis, venereal diseases, disorders of digestion, ophthalmology, war neuroses and vaccine and serum therapy. In the months from May to September, when physicians have most time to spare, classes might be held in the evening after office hours. Classes of from twenty to twenty-five would be large enough for each member to receive some individual attention in any discussion that might and should take place after each lecture or demonstration. A course should number from eight to twelve lectures, including demonstrations. A fee of $15 would be a reasonable one for each member to pay. The

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