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March 18, 1950


JAMA. 1950;142(11):824-826. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910290052016

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EMERGENCY MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS  To orient reserve officers on counter measures and treatments that would be entailed in atomic and bacteriologic attacks against this nation, and topics covering wide fields of emergency medical and health preparedness, a team of Army medical specialists will conduct contact camps in six large cities in the Second Army Area during March. Following is the itinerary of the 12 man team of specialists: Pittsburgh, March 8; Cleveland, March 11; Cincinnati, March 12; Baltimore, March 15; Philadelphia, March 16, and Richmond, Va., March 17. Medical reserve officers of the medical, dental, veterinary, medical service and Nurse and Women's Medical Service Corps are being invited to attend the seminars.The Second Army is taking the seminar sessions to the field, so as not to infringe on the professional time of medical reserve officers by calling them to headquarters. A further convenience afforded by the seminar schedules

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