The New Bulletin
For some years, Fellows of the American Medical Association have received the American Medical Association Bulletin each month, except for the vacation season. It was a separate publication issued as the organ of the House of Delegates to keep the Fellows of the American Medical Association apprised of developments from the point of view of organizational work. It contained also discussions of subjects of governmental, economic and social importance.Since the coming years are likely to be exceedingly critical as far as concerns evolution in the nature of medical practice, the Board of Trustees has felt it expedient to discontinue the Bulletin and to substitute therefor a regular supplement to The Journal to be devoted to the organizational, economic, business and social aspects of medical practice. The material on this and the following seven pages constitutes the first section of this kind. It is proposed to
American Medical Association BULLETINDevoted to the Organizational, Business, Economic and Social Aspects of Medical Practice. JAMA. 1937;108(Suppl_1):1–8. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780010053018
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