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May 15, 1937

Government Services

JAMA. 1937;108(20):1724-1725. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780200046019

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MEETINGS OF ADVISORY COMMITTEES ON MATERNAL AND CHILD WELFARE SERVICES UNDER THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT  The General Advisory Committee on Maternal and Child Welfare Services under the Social Security Act met in Washington, April 7 and 8, to consider progress reports and problems concerning content of programs and policies with respect to the administration of title V of the act. Following an opening session at which Miss Lenroot, chief of the Children's Bureau, gave a short general report of progress, the members of the General Advisory Committee met with the members of four special committees on maternal and child health, services for crippled children, child welfare services, and participation by the public. In each of the special committees, progress reports were presented by the directors of the divisions administering the three parts of the act. Following a full discussion, recommendations were made by each committee to the General

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