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July 10, 1943


JAMA. 1943;122(11):748. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840280032013

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On page 755 of this issue of The Journal appears an announcement of electrically transcribed radio broadcasts for use by county or state medical societies or by approved local groups in their communities. On approval of the local medical society, these transcriptions will be lent to radio stations, health departments, voluntary health agencies, parent-teacher organizations or other community groups. The completion of two series of electrical transcriptions, with additional series planned, rounds out the radio service of the American Medical Association to the profession and the public.

The Association has just concluded its tenth annual series of radio network presentations over the network of the National Broadcasting Company. The last eight have been in dramatic form. Doctors at War has been of special interest and value to the war effort. A script library of more than eight hundred titles for local use is maintained by the Bureau of Health Education

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