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Article
April 1975

A Note on the Administration of Graduate Education

Arch Intern Med. 1975;135(4):620-622. doi:10.1001/archinte.1975.00330040132024
Abstract

Plans are being made for a major revision in the administration of graduate medical education in American medicine. The origin and basis for the proposed changes have a long history, running through the sequence of the numerous named reports that have been produced by various committees during the past ten years: the Coggeshall Report of 1965 (sponsored by the Executive Council of the Association of American Medical Colleges [AAMC]),1 the Millis Report of 1966 (sponsored by the American Medical Association [AMA]),2 the Willard Report of 1966 (sponsored by the Council on Medical Education of the AMA),3 the Carnegie Commission Report of 1970 (initiated by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education).4 These reports led to an important culmination: the 1971 meeting of the general assembly of the AAMC that approved one of its special committees' statements on graduate medical education. The key components of that statement were

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