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The Association pour le devéloppement de l'assistance aux malades provides nurses to care for patients in their homes. At the recent twenty-sixth general assembly of the association, Dr. Rist, agrégé professor at the Faculté de médecine de Paris, spoke in high praise of the services rendered by these nurses. The association has its own training school and conducts a dispensary. A large number of children have been given vacation outings. The association has a prenatal consultation service and another service for venereal patients. It has created also the "Sou des Nourrissons," which follows up the development of infants. The school has a number of scholarships available, sixteen of which were established by the American Committee appointed to aid in the restoration of the liberated regions of France. Beginning in October, the association will train visiting nurses for the care of infants and tuberculous patients. This program will be
PARIS. JAMA. 1927;89(11):894–895. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690110058027
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