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FOURTEENTH ANNUAL CONGRESS ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH
Brown Hotel, Louisville, Ky.Feb. 24-25, 1954Sponsored byThe Council on Industrial Health of the American Medical AssociationSessions are open to physicians and others interested in industrial health
Wednesday Morning, Feb. 24, 9:30
OPENING GENERAL SESSION
J. Duffy Hancock, M.D., Louisville, PresidingIndustry and Medicine—Partners in HealthRobert A. Kehoe, M.D., CincinnatiPanel Discussion—Stress and Success—A Medico-Social Problem of Modern American LifeModerator:William P. Shepard, M.D., New YorkParticipants:Edward L. Bortz, M.D., PhiladelphiaLeo H. Bartemeier, M.D., DetroitWednesday Afternoon, Feb. 24, 2:00SECTION I. KEEPING WELL PEOPLE WELLLemuel C. McGee, M.D., Presiding Wilmington, Del.Are Workers Getting Healthier?Frank Dickinson, Ph.D., ChicagoMaking Physical Examinations More Effective in Industry and the CommunitySpeaker to be announcedThe Preventive Medical Program of the du Pont CompanyAllan J. Fleming, M.D., Wilmington, Del.
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1954;154(4):343–346. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02940380053018
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