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September 15, 1951


JAMA. 1951;147(3):260. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670200052014

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The fifth annual Clinical Session of the American Medical Association, with its scientific program, exhibits, and House of Delegates meetings, will be held in Los Angeles, Dec. 4-7, 1951. The Clinical Sessions, scheduled midway between the Annual Sessions of the Association, have increased in popularity since their inception four years ago. One reason for this popularity is the growing realization among busy clinicians that it is impossible to keep abreast of current developments in medicine without frequent short refresher courses, such as those provided by the clinical lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and exhibits of these sessions. Another is the increasing interest in, and awareness of, the activity of the governing body of the American Medical Association, the House of Delegates, which attracts a larger audience of visitors each year. This year a third reason can be added: the not unpleasant prospect of a brief winter holiday in sunny California.

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