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February 9, 1952


JAMA. 1952;148(6):487. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.02930060069021

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Orientation Conferences for Reserve Officers.—  The Second Army Surgeon, Brig. Gen. Alvin L. Gorby, and a group of specialists will conduct a series of orientation conferences for Army Medical Service reserve officers in the Second Army area during March, 1952. Following previous policy the Second Army is taking the orientation conferences to the field so as not to infringe on the professional time of medical reserve officers by calling them to Army headquarters. A further convenience is that they are being held on weekends, with a starting time of 1:30 p. m. The itinerary is as follows: Cleveland, March 15; Cincinnati, March 16; Philadelphia, March 22; Richmond, Va., March 23; Pittsburgh, March 29; and Baltimore, March 30. The agenda includes:Current Status of the Army Medical Service Reserve Program, Col. James B. Mason, MC, special assistant to the Surgeon General.Strategic Intelligence and World Affairs, G-2 representative, Headquarters Second

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