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December 9, 1950


JAMA. 1950;144(15):1271. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920150045021

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Consultants to Go Overseas in 1951  Thirty leaders of civilian medicine will go overseas for the Army Medical Service during 1931 as consultants to the surgeons of the Army commands and to bring the latest developments in medical science to Army physicians. The European Command will receive 12 consultants, the Far East Command 12 and the Panama Canal Zone six. The scope of the Army's overseas medical consultant program has been reduced in the past two years, since the graduate professional training program has increased the number of medical specialists in the regular Army. Over 200 regular Army medical officers have now been certified by American specialty boards. Each of the 30 consultants who will be assigned to oversea tours must have been certified by the American Board in his specialty, must have had military experience and must be a recognized teacher.The schedule for the European Command calls

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