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The Dublin Meeting of the British Medical Association
The one hundred and first annual meeting of the British Medical Association, in Dublin, was a great success from both the scientific and the social standpoint. The warmth of the Irish welcome to members from Great Britain was in no way diminished by the antagonism existing between their respective governments.
THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS
The president, Dr. T. Gillman Moorhead, regius professor of medicine at Trinity College, Dublin, and president of the Royal College of Physicians, delivered his address, on "The Work of the British Medical Association in Ireland." Referring to the current criticism of medical education, he pointed out that at the first meeting of the association in Ireland, in 1867, discussions took place on the subject in which names famous in Irish medicine figured. Sir Dominic Corrigan devoted a lengthy paper to the subject, while Prof. R. W. Smith, who delivered
LONDON. JAMA. 1933;101(8):613–614. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740330045020
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