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January 27, 1951


JAMA. 1951;145(4):238-243. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920220046014


Course in Cardiovascular Diseases.—  Dr. Emil F. Holman, Stanford University School of Medicine, San Francisco, will participate in a continuation course on cardiovascular disease to be presented at the University of California Center for Continuation Study on April 15-17. He will discuss arteriovenous aneurysm and will participate in a colloquium on surgical aspects of cardiovascular disease.


Yale Doubles Nursing Class.—  The Yale School of Nursing, New Haven, will almost double its entering class in the fall of 1951 to help meet the increasing demand for nurses for military and civilian service. Future plans call for a first year class of about 80. The school is calling a special meeting on February 5 for the student counselors and deans of 28 colleges in New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Portrait of Dr. Gold.—  A portrait of Dr. James D. Gold, chairman of the building fund, was dedicated

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