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April 25, 1931

LONDON

JAMA. 1931;96(17):1418-1420. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720430068020

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Abstract

Graduate Education in London  The Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association, with which some fifty London general and special hospitals are connected, exists for the arrangement of graduate instruction for physicians of all nationalities. The medical year begins in October and finishes at the end of July. August and September are vacation months and the work obtainable is necessarily somewhat curtailed. Overseas graduates are advised, if possible, to arrive in England in August or September, so that they may become acquainted with London and plan their course of study well before the medical year begins. The following facilities are offered by the fellowship: 1. A general course, consisting of attendance at the clinical practice of the associated London hospitals. This course continues throughout the year and may be begun at any time, the fees ranging from $10 for one week to $105 for one year. 2. Special courses. A

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