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CONFERENCE TO CORRELATE REHABILITATION
Representatives of three armed services and two government agencies met in the office of the Army Surgeon General on June 28 for the benefit of crippled servicemen, ex-servicemen and civilians. A conference on physical medicine and rehabilitation will be held then to plan correlation of all government medical efforts in that field. Participating will be the Army, Navy, Air Forces, Veterans Administration and U.S. Public Health Service, together with civilian consultants of each. Among those participating will be Dr. Frank H. Krusen, director of the Baruch Committee on Physical Medicine. Dr. Krusen is a consultant for both the Army and the Veterans Administration. Armed services conferees will be representatives of the physical medicine units of each agency, led by Lieut. Col. B.A. Strickland Jr., chief of the physical medicine consultants division of the Army Medical Corps.
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GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1948;137(12):1066–1067. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890460062014
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