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Article
October 9, 1967

Surgical Teaching in the Development of Clinical Competence

Author Affiliations

From Harvard Medical School, Boston. Read before the 63rd annual Congress on Medical Education, sponsored by the AMA Council on Medical Education, Chicago, Feb 12, 1967.

JAMA. 1967;202(2):104-107. doi:10.1001/jama.1967.03130150072012
Abstract

Being an Essay on the Importance, Opportunity, Urgency and Occasionally Inadequacy of the Undergraduate Surgical Curriculum, Written Particularly for the Perusal of Highly Placed Persons in the Offices of Deans, Department of Internal Medicine, and Committees Established for the Rearrangement of the Curriculum as well as for Certain Others who rarely come to the Operating Room while Awake.

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