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DOCTORS, BROADCASTERS TO SPONSOR CONFERENCE
Representatives of medical societies, radio and television stations, voluntary health organizations, medical schools, and other allied groups are invited to attend a national conference on "How to Use Local Television and Radio in the Health Field" Nov. 7-8 at Chicago's Sheraton-Blackstone Hotel. The two-day conference is being sponsored jointly by the American Medical Association and the National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters.In announcing the meeting, Dr. David B. Allman, president of the A. M. A., and Harold E. Fellows, president of the N. A. R. T. B., said: "Public interest programs involving medical subjects are appearing more and more frequently on radio and television. Both broadcasters and physicians want to be sure that such programs are interesting, informative and factually correct. We hope that this meeting will enable those concerned to do a better job."The fall conference will consist of a morning
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1957;165(1):56-57. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980190058015