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August 16, 1930

Methods and Problems of Medical Education. (Sixteenth Series.)

JAMA. 1930;95(7):553. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720070091036

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Abstract

This report deals with the departments of anatomy, histology and embryology. There are twenty-five articles in all, twenty-four of which are descriptions of departments of anatomy, histology and embryology in universities in the United States, Australia, South America, Canada, Europe, Asia and New Zealand. Each article is fully illustrated with floor plans, pictures of the buildings and interiors. The first article, by Dr. Lewis H. Weed of Johns Hopkins University, is a plan for a department of anatomy. From this report one can obtain a comprehensive idea of the teaching of anatomy, histology and embryology all over the world.

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