BRITISH MEDICAL EDUCATION AND THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE
A Report to the Trustees of the American Medical Association
HAROLD S. DIEHL, M.D. Minneapolis LOREN R. CHANDLER, M.D. San Francisco and STANLEY E. DORST, M.D. CincinnatiIn response to your invitation the above deans of three American medical schools spent the months of December 1949 and January 1950 studying the current status of medical education in Great Britain with particular reference to the impact that the National Health Service is having or seems likely to have on it. In making this study we conferred with the government officials concerned with medical education and with the National Health Service, with the officers of professional medical societies, with the deans and faculty members of most of the medical schools in England, Scotland, Wales and North Ireland, with distinguished
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1950;143(17):1492–1501. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910520034016
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