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September 9, 1950


JAMA. 1950;144(2):188. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920020108017

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Official Notes 

ABSTRACT OF MINUTES OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES  The Board of Trustees met with the Coordinating Committee during the morning and part of the afternoon, Saturday, August 12, and it approved the following recommendations of that Committee:

  1. That authorization be given to proceed with the advertising program of the Education Campaign, gearing it to the possibility of change in substance due to developments in the war situation.

  2. That a letter be prepared by the Public Relations Counsel to be sent to various allied and lay organizations, giving the objectives of the American Medical Association in this project and pointing out its importance to all businesses in the country.

  3. That the Coordinating Committee, through the Board of Trustees, urge the Council on Medical Service to make immediate contact with all local prepayment medical care plans, urging that whenever possible local membership campaigns be timed with the advertising

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