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February 21, 1942


JAMA. 1942;118(8):641-654. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830080073020

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ANNUAL CONGRESS ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH  Fourth Annual Meeting, held in Chicago, Jan. 12-14, 1942Dr. Stanley J. Seeger, Milwaukee, in the Chair

January 12—Morning 

Report of the Council on Industrial Health  Dr. Stanley J. Seeger, Milwaukee: The industrial worker has been given a place of special prominence in the prosecution of war efforts. Loss of working time by skilled and indispensable workers, no matter what the cause, must be classed today as casualties. The necessity for the coordination of effort of various agencies interested in the health and medical care of the defense worker has been generally admitted and real progress has been made.A meeting of the Subcommittee on Industrial Health and Medicine of the Federal Security Agency and the Council on Industrial Health of the American Medical Association was held late in January 1941. At this time a committee of the Council was appointed to

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