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April 18, 1942


JAMA. 1942;118(16):1372-1373. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830160032012

The Journal has drawn attention previously to the Cleveland medical-pharmaceutical conference.1 A historic and important step was taken to further professional relations between medicine and pharmacy when the conference met on April 6. More than two hundred pharmacists and physicians assembled to hear and discuss papers delivered by Dr. Howard Dittrick, practicing physician of Cleveland, E. F. Kelly, Phar.D., Secretary of the American Pharmaceutical Association, and Robert C. Wilson, dean of the School of Pharmacy, University of Georgia. These papers, which were entitled "Evolution of the Apothecary," "Trends of Pharmaceutical Practice" and "Objectives of the Program of Pharmaceutical Education," were provocative and elicited excellent discussions. Those who participated in the discussion included Dr. Morris Fishbein, Chicago; P. H. Costello, Cooperstown, N. D.; Charles H. Rogers, Minneapolis; Carson P. Frailey, Washington, D. C.; E. Fullerton Cook, Phar.D., Philadelphia; Wortley F. Rudd, Richmond, Va.; A. G. DuMez, Baltimore; Robert L. Swain,

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