THIS has been a very gratifying meeting. I think all of us have been given sufficient data and stimulation to help evaluate and improve our residency programs along good pedagogic lines. It is obvious we have not reached complete agreement, and the idea remains whether this will ever occur or even if it is desirable.
We are grateful to our distinguished guest, Dr. Edithe Levit, Dr. Thomas King, Dr. Ivan Bennett, Dr. John C. Sherris, and Dr. Philip Handler for taking time from their busy schedules to come here with the information and thought-provoking discussions.
This session would not have been possible without the prodigious effort put into the preparation and conduct by the Program Committee with Dr. George Hambrick, Jr., as chairman, Dr. Raymond Suskind, the co-chairman, and Drs. Anderson, Braverman, Farber, Odland, and Wheeler.
I want to thank Dr. Joseph B. Jerome who unfortunately is not here now,
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