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October 29, 1927

GENEVA

JAMA. 1927;89(18):1530-1531. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690180062023

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Abstract

International Professional Association of Physicians  Dr. Decourt, general secretary of the International Professional Association of Physicians, and Dr. Vuilleumier, Swiss correspondent of the association, have just issued a report. They explain the mission allotted to them of going to Geneva to study, with the director of the International Bureau of Labor, ways and means of collaboration between this bureau and their own association. Before entering into conversation with Mr. Albert Thomas, director of the International Bureau of Labor, the two physicians interviewed those of his immediate collaborators with whom Dr. Vuilleumier had already come in contact and stated that the International Professional Association of Physicians was an organ of liaison between the various professional groups of physicians. The problems that the association attempts to solve refer only to the relationship of the physician to the state or to other large bodies. The work would comprise social medical organization, social hygiene,

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