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November 17, 1923


JAMA. 1923;81(20):1707-1708. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650200057027

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Belgian Students in the United States  Owing to the generosity of the Conjoint Rockefeller Board Educational Foundation, Inc., the Fondation universitaire sends each year a number of deserving students to the United States to pursue their studies or researches in American universities. The fourth contigent of students thus rewarded has just embarked. It includes eleven engineers, nine physicians, two doctors of law, two doctors of philosophy and belles-lettres, two industrial engineers and a doctor of sciences.

The Jumet Public Health Demonstration  I have referred several times to the public health experiment that is being undertaken at Jumet (Belgium) under the auspices of the Belgian Red Cross, at the request of the League of Nations. Dr. Depage, in his presidential address before the general assembly of the Red Cross Society, outlined the plan of organization of this vast practical demonstration of public health work, which is divided into three departments: medical

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