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August 17, 1907

THE RELATION OF THE HOSPITAL TO MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH.

Author Affiliations

Professor of Pathology, Johns Hopkins University. BALTIMORE.

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(7):531-535. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.25320070001001
Abstract

The most urgent need of the medical schools of this country at the present time is the possession of well organized and well equipped hospitals, available for teaching, and I esteem it a great privilege to bring greetings and congratulations to the Jefferson Medical College on this splendid addition to its educational resources. Coming, as so many of us do, directly from the meeting of the American Medical Association in Atlantic City, my colleagues, representing the medical profession of this country, will surely be glad to have me express on this happy occasion in their behalf congratulations to this college and to this city. We must all rejoice in the enlarged opportunities for bedside teaching supplied by this fine hospital to the Jefferson Medical College, which from its foundation over eighty years ago has laid especial emphasis on clinical instruction, which has sent forth so many graduates who have achieved

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