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July 7, 1951


JAMA. 1951;146(10):957. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670100077029

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The Anesthesiology Center in Copenhagen.  —The first course in anesthesiology in Copenhagen was completed on April 27, marking a very important event in the history of this subject. This course, which is being resumed early this summer, is organized by the faculty of medicine of the University of Copenhagen and the Danish ministry of health in cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO). It is the first international course of its kind to be held in Europe, and its international character is emphasized by the considerable number of countries represented. The teachers come from the United States, England, and Sweden, and the students are from Austria, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Jugoslavia, Norway, and Sweden. In the course beginning this summer, France, Greece, and Switzerland are also represented. On the teaching staff, the cooperation has been secured of surgeons, physicians, physiologists, psychiatrists, radiologists, pharmacologists, and pathologists.In a leading article in the

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