BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETS WITH REGENTS OF COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS
On April 29, pursuant to its established policy, the Board of Trustees and officers of the American Medical Association conferred with the regents of the American College of Physicians concerning problems of mutual interest, particularly graduate education and the preparation of young men for the practice of internal medicine. Similar conferences will be held with other groups to secure mutual understanding and more effective cooperation from various medical organizations in the specialties where there is joint interest and concern, the purpose being to avoid duplication of effort and unnecessary expenditure of funds, and also to develop efficient leadership, unification of action and satisfactory progress. The discussions on graduate education in the field of internal medicine were led, for the regents of the American College of Physicians, by Drs. O. H. Perry Pepper and Hugh Morgan, and, for the American Medical
Current Comment. JAMA. 1939;112(18):1834. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800180058020
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