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April 9, 1938

ANNUAL CONGRESS ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND LICENSURE: Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting, held in Chicago, Feb. 14 and 15, 1938

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Boston, in the Chair

JAMA. 1938;110(15):1213-1217. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.62790150020029

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Demand and Supply in the Learned Professions  Walter M. Kotschnig, Ph.D., Northampton, Mass.: This article appeared in full in The Journal, March 26, page 941.

A Plan of Introduction to Clinical Medicine: Some Variations in Curriculum of the Third and Fourth Years in Medical School  Dr. B. O. Raulston, Los Angeles: The question of how third year students may best receive their introduction to clinical work is not easily answered because of the various factors concerned. Opinion will differ from one faculty to another, and the facilities vary from one institution to another. In our school immediately following the second year, which includes six hours a week in physical diagnosis during the second semester, the whole class spends the first seven weeks of the summer (June 14 to July 31 in 1937) in the wards in the department of medicine, in the

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