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NEARLY FIVE HUNDRED MEDICAL AND DENTAL OFFICERS GIVEN COURSE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
During the past year the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, has given a series of thirty-two courses to nearly five hundred medical and dental officers of the Army, at the request of the Surgeon General of the United States Army. The courses were offered under the administrative supervision of the Graduate School of Medicine of the university, of which Dr. Robin C. Buerki is dean.In order to conduct these courses a group of 124 faculty members was formed from Hahnemann Medical College, Jefferson Medical College, the School of Medicine of Temple University and the Graduate School of Medicine, the School of Medicine and the Evans Dental Institute of the University of Pennsylvania. To this group were added the surgeons of the hospitals of these medical schools, as well as the Lankenau,
MEDICINE AND THE WAR. JAMA. 1943;123(17):1122–1124. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840520038014
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