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July 28, 1951


JAMA. 1951;146(13):1237. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670130059016

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The United States Department of Commerce published in its July Survey of Current Business an article by William Weinfeld, "Income of Physicians, 1929-49." This is the first report of the results of the survey of the 1949 incomes of physicians in the United States which was a joint undertaking of its Office of Business Economics and the American Medical Association's Bureau of Medical Economic Research. Elsewhere in this issue (page 1249) is a summary and analysis of this first report by Frank G. Dickinson, Director, and Charles E. Bradley, Associate in Economics, Bureau of Medical Economic Research. They have worked closely with Mr. Weinfeld and Mr. M. Joseph Meehan, Director of the Office of Business Economics, in preparing the questionnaires, in selecting the samples, and in the mailing. The tabulations and the interpretations in the Weinfeld article, although presented to Dickinson and Bradley for critical examination prior to publication, are

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