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November 1934

News and Comment

Arch NeurPsych. 1934;32(5):1064. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1934.02250110152014

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AMERICAN BOARD OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY, Inc.  At the annual meetings of the American Medical Association (Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases), the American Psychiatric Association and the American Neurological Association in the spring, 1934, each of the three associations nominated four representatives to a board to be created for the purpose of determining qualifications for recognition of physicians who apply for certification as specialists in the practice of psychiatry and neurology. The nominees for the American Medical Association are: Dr. Walter Freeman, Washington, D. C.; Dr. George W. Hall, Chicago; Dr. L. H. Ziegler, Albany, N. Y., and Dr. J. Allen Jackson, Danville, Pa. For the American Psychiatric Association the nominees are: Dr. Adolf Meyer, Baltimore; Dr. C. Macfie Campbell, Boston; Dr. Clarence O. Cheney, New York, and Dr. Franklin G. Ebaugh, Denver. The following were nominated by the American Neurological Association: Dr. Louis Casamajor, New York; Dr. L.

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