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May 11, 1929


JAMA. 1929;92(19):1615-1616. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02700450047021

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New Regulations in the Study of Medicine  The professorial board of the Bucharest University has compiled new regulations regarding the study of medicine, some paragraphs of which are as follows: The professorial board is to convene at the beginning of every school year and fix the number of first term students. In deciding this, the board is to consider the accommodation of students in clinics and lecture rooms in such a manner that the smooth course of teaching shall not be unfavorably influenced. If there are more applicants than fixed by the board, those candidates are to be selected who have made excellent records in natural science. The period of study in the medical department has been fixed at six years, and participation in hospital practice will be obligatory from the seventh to the twelfth semester. There are to be yearly doctorate examinations and theses. Students of all semesters are

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