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May 1949

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Arch NeurPsych. 1949;61(5):583. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1949.02310110118008

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RESIDENCIES IN NEUROLOGY, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION  Three appointments to residencies in neurology are available at Winter Veterans Administration Hospital, Topeka, Kan. The hospital has been accredited by the American Medical Association for two years of residency training in neurology. During the past three years Winter Veterans Administration Hospital has maintained a residency program in internal medicine and, in collaboration with the Menninger Foundation, an extensive residency program in psychiatry. A residency program in neurosurgery has been applied for. The training program in neurology provides for clinical and didactic instruction, including laboratory training in neuroanatomy, electroencephalography and neuropathology. The number of neurologic admissions per year is approximately 400, and the average number of neurologic patients on the service is 75. Residents in neurology have the opportunity of clinical assignments in neurosurgery and psychiatry. Applications should be sent to the Director of Professional Education, Winter Veterans Administration Hospital, Topeka, Kan.


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