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Cooperation of Medical Organizations
During the winter of 1923-1924, several American physicians came to Budapest in search of practical work. By June 6, 1924, it was decided, in compliance with the request of the Hungarian Medical Postgraduate Committee, that the establishing of an American Medical Association in Budapest would be advantageous. June 9, 1924, a meeting was held between the American physicians present in Budapest and several members of the Hungarian Postgraduate Committee, and a committee of American physicians was appointed by the temporary chairman to discuss in detail with the Hungarian Postgraduate Committee the problem of securing work for physicians.June 22, the committee met with the Hungarian Postgraduate Committee at the office of Professor Grosz and decided that: 1. Courses would be arranged in English if possible, otherwise in German, 2. Whenever possible such hospitals and clinics would be opened to the American physicians for the purpose of
BUDAPEST. JAMA. 1927;89(4):306–307. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690040046021
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