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(From Our Regular Correspondent)Sept. 22, 1945.
Postgraduate Surgical Teaching at the Royal College of Surgeons
The Royal College of Surgeons maintains a library, museum and laboratories for the use of medical graduates from all parts of the world. These facilities are available to fellows and members of the college by right, but they have also been made open, on suitable introduction, to medical graduates who are not members or fellows. They are also open to undergraduates, and a large number of students have used the library during the war, though unfortunately the museum specimens were not available because of the danger of bombing. It is hoped that they will soon be on exhibition again. The college also arranges short courses of lectures on the contents of the museum—the Arnott Demonstrations of Anatomy by Professor Cave and the Erasmus Wilson Demonstrations in Pathology by pathologists and surgeons appointed each
Foreign Letters. JAMA. 1945;129(9):644. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860430060017
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