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September 20, 1941

Medical News

JAMA. 1941;117(12):1026-1029. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820380048017

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ALABAMA 

Fellowships in Obstetrics.—  The Alabama State Department of Public Health, in cooperation with the Children's Bureau of the U. S. Department of Labor, announces fellowships in public health obstetrics for physicians who have had a minimum of a year's rotating internship and one year of obstetric training. Training provided will embrace field work in already established maternity clinics in rural areas, in the organization of new centers and rotating through the various departments and projects connected with the obstetric aspects of public health. A stipend of $150 a month plus travel while in the field is provided. Applications should be sent to Dr. James N. Baker, state health officer, Montgomery.

ARKANSAS 

Changes in Health Officers. —  Dr. Mason G. Lawson, Benton, has been appointed health officer of Miller County, Texarkana.—Dr. Albert S. J. Clarke, Ozark, has been transferred to Monticello to be health officer of Drew County and Dr.

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