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May 27, 1944

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JAMA. 1944;125(4):286-294. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850220048020

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Abstract

OFFICIAL NOTES 

ANNUAL CONGRESS ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH  Sixth Annual Meeting, Held in Chicago, Feb. 15-16, 1944Dr. Stanley J. Seeger, Texarkana, Texas, PresidingFebruary 15—Morning

Report of the Council on Industrial Health  Dr. Stanley J. Seeger, Texarkana, Texas: This report appears in full in this issue, page 239.

Industrial Health—A Restatement of Objectives  Dr. James E. Paullin, Atlanta, Ga.: The Council on Industrial Health early in its career came to the conclusion that the physician in industry should concern himself with prevention of disease or injury in industry by establishing proper medical supervision over industrial materials, processes, environments and workers, with health conservation of workers through physical supervision and education and with medical care to restore health and earning capacity as promptly as possible following industrial accident or disease. An industrial medical department which fails to provide all

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