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May 5, 1945

Medical News

JAMA. 1945;128(1):42-45. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860180044016

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Abstract

CONNECTICUT 

Service Bureau for Returning Medical Officers.—  The organization of a service bureau for returning medical officers is now under way under the auspices of the Connecticut State Medical Society. It will be located and administered in the offices of the state society at New Haven and the Procurement and Assignment Service. Discharged medical officers will have access through the service bureau to factual data concerning opportunities for general or special practice in urban or rural communities, information regarding full time institutional, public health and industrial employment, and detailed intelligence on the resumption or extension of education and training. Advice and guidance concerning problems of a local nature will be available to the physician veterans at all times. Connecticut physicians who have already returned from military service will be asked to serve the bureau in an advisory capacity in order that the benefit of their special knowledge and experience may

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