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September 25, 1943


JAMA. 1943;123(4):221. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840390041014

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POSTWAR PLANNING FOR MEDICAL SERVICES  The Committee on Postwar Medical Service met in Chicago on June 5, 1943. There were present,representing the American Medical Association,Brigadier General Fred W. RankinRear Admiral Dallas G. SuttonDr. James E. PaullinDr. H. H. ShouldersDr. Alan GreggDr. Warren F. DraperDr. Roger I. Leerepresenting the American College of Surgeons,Dr. Irvin AbellDr. Evarts A. GrahamDr. Arthur W. AllenDr. James M. MasonDr. Elmer L. Hendersonrepresenting the American College of Physicians,Dr. James E. PaullinDr. Ernest E. Ironsand by request Dr. Morris Fishbein and for a short time Dr. Olin West.The discussion was largely exploratory. It was the sense of the meeting that, as there are many organizations for postwar planning, it might be well to assemble and maintain a current list of these different organizations and of their activities.

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