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(From a Special Correspondent)Sept. 3, 1945.
Formation of Committee to Assist Veterans Seeking Medical Careers
District of Columbia medical and nursing school heads have formed a committee under Dr. Paul F. Dickens, District chairman of the WMC Procurement and Assignment division, to assist veterans seeking to study medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, nursing and allied science. The committee includes Dr. Walter A. Bloedorn, dean of George Washington University School of Medicine; Father David V. McCauley, dean of Georgetown School of Medicine; Dr. John W. Lawlah, dean of Howard University College of Medicine; Dr. John P. Burke, dean of Georgetown University School of Dentistry; Dr. Roger M. Choisser, head of George Washington University School of Medical Technicians; Sister Marie Gerarda, superintendent of nurses at Georgetown University Hospital; Mrs. Helen Shoe-maker, nurses' superintendent at Sibley Memorial Hospital, and Lloyd W. Hazelton, executive office of George Washington School of Pharmacy.The Army
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1945;129(2):138–139. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860360040015