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This is a volume of useful suggestions for doctors' secretaries. It gives the kind of information that most people with common sense can find out for themselves. Presuming that the secretary starts from scratch, the book may be useful to her. There are so many individual preferences among doctors as to the ways in which they want their case records kept, their patients met, their bills sent, their literary research developed, and even their manuscripts prepared, that it will take a clever secretary to adapt what she finds out in this book to the uses of her employer. The information is on no subject complete or even authoritative.
The Medical Secretary. JAMA. 1933;101(2):164. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740270068044
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