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September 21, 1907


JAMA. 1907;XLIX(12):1032. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530120054008

In the department of Medical Economics in this week's issue1 appears an outline of the first month's work of a course of postgraduate study for county societies, which is presented in the hope that it may prove of some service as a suggestion and a starting point for those societies which are in a position to take up systematic postgraduate study. The principal object of the county society is to be of the largest possible service to each member by adding as much as possible to his individual efficiency as a physician. Many societies are doing thoroughly valuable work; in many others the membership is not large enough to enable them to maintain a continuous scientific program from month to month. In such cases it may be necessary, in order to sustain the interest in the meetings and to make the societies of the greatest value to the members,

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