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This report discusses buildings and equipment in relation to the teaching of anatomy, physiology, pathology, bacteriology, biology, biochemistry and pharmacology. Floor plans, amphitheaters, laboratories, offices, museums, operating rooms and other portions of plants built by Washington University, the University of Pennsylvania, Peking Union Medical College and McGill University are profusely illustrated and described. Hospital and dispensary service in Philadelphia, in Soochow, China, in Toulouse and Montpellier, France, in Utrecht, Netherlands, and in New York are treated in a similar way. A students' unit medical laboratory at the University of Wisconsin is also described. The report is of value to medical school officials who are planning improvements in buildings and methods.
Methods and Problems of Medical Education. JAMA. 1926;87(18):1502–1503. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680180074038
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