An analysis of questionnaires returned by 21,029 medical officers provides information on which to base future educational plans. A pilot questionnaire was mailed to 3,000 medical officers on duty with the armed forces during February and March 1944. Results of this canvass were previously published.1 After a study of the returns, slight modifications were made in the questionnaires, and the Committee on Postwar Medical Service authorized the distribution of a revised questionnaire to each medical officer on duty with the Army, Navy, Public Health Service and Veterans Administration. The Surgeons General of the Army, Navy and Public Health Service assisted greatly in addressing and distributing the questionnaires. Judging from the small number of
LUETH HC. POSTGRADUATE WISHES OF MEDICAL OFFICERS: FINAL REPORT ON 21,029 QUESTIONNAIRES. JAMA. 1945;127(13):759–770. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.92860130003006
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