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September 18, 1948


JAMA. 1948;138(3):220-221. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02900030052013

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INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC MEDICINE  As part of the Medical Department's program of close cooperation and consultation with civilian doctors, courses in psychotherapeutic medicine were held simultaneously for two weeks beginning September 6 at the Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C., Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco, and Fitzsimons General Hospital, Denver. Among the ten specialists participating in the course given at the Walter Reed General Hospital were Drs. Thomas A. Loftus, New York; Charlotte Babcock, Chicago; Meyer A. Zeligs, San Francisco; Jacques S. Gottlieb, Iowa City, and Bernard C. Glueck Jr., Ossining, N. Y.

BENEFITS FOR ARMY NURSES  Nurses newly commissioned in the Army Nurse Corps Reserve who have not had prior military experience and who request and accept extended active duty will be given an allowance of $250 to cover the cost of initial purchase of uniforms. Extended active duty means that the reserve

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