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March 1929

News and Comment

Am J Dis Child. 1929;37(3):614-615. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1929.01930030156018

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Abstract

UNIVERSITY NEWS  Tulane Establishes a Behavior Clinic.—The school of social work of Tulane University, New Orleans, has established a behavior clinic for children. It is not expected that purely medical cases will be dealt with at this clinic, but that the dean will appoint physicians to take charge of the medical treatment of the patients.Assistance to English Speaking Physicians.—The American Medical Association of Vienna will greatly assist any English speaking physicians who wish to take courses at the university. The address is: American Medical Association of Vienna, Vienna VIII. Alserstrasse 9, Austria.Appointments and Promotions.—The regents of the University of Oregon have made the following appointments in the faculty of the medical school: Dr. James W. Rosenfeld, associate clinical professor of pediatrics, and Dr. Lendon H. Smith, associate clinical professor of pediatrics.Dr. G. Carriere, previously chief of the pediatric clinic, has taken the chair of

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