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December 25, 1937

ORGANIZATION SECTION of the Journal of the American Medical AssociationDevoted to the Organizational, Business, Economic and Social Aspects of Medical Practice

JAMA. 1937;109(26):85B-92B. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780520167048

Broadcasting Health Material for America's Schools  A Statement by the Bureau of Health and Public InstructionThe radio program Your Health, broadcast by the American Medical Association and the National Broadcasting Company over a nationwide network, is now in its fifth consecutive year, and the third year in succession in which the dramatic technic has been employed. This program has made a genuine place for itself in American educational and radio circles. The dramatic technic has been described and its results evaluated in the American Medical Association Bulletin.1 This year the program takes on a new character of special significance. As described in detail in The Journal,2 it is now broadcast for the special purpose of supplementing and enriching health educational material available to teachers of health and hygiene in the high schools and junior high schools of the United States. This policy has changed certain salient features

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