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April 29, 1950


JAMA. 1950;142(17):1369-1370. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910350039017

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CIVILIAN INTERN PROGRAM  A number of positions are still available in the Army Medical Department's civilian intern program. Interested persons should submit their applications as soon as possible. The recent adoption of uniform service standards for medical interns in the armed forces makes no change in the army program. Service standards are:(1) Army internship served in a military hospital; one year of further active duty in addition to each year of internship.(2) Army internship served in a civilian hospital; two years of further active duty in addition to one year of internship.To be eligible for this year's program, a candidate must be a potential graduate who will begin an internship during 1950 and must have been accepted for internship training in a civilian hospital acceptable to the Surgeon General. Persons who previously submitted applications for internship in an army hospital and who were not tendered

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