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December 15, 1951

DENMARK

JAMA. 1951;147(16):1593. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670330085029

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Abstract

Services of the Danish Medical Association.  —From time to time the headquarters or Central Committee of the Danish Medical Association publishes in its weekly journal a detailed account of the many problems it is called on to solve. This survey is a useful reminder to the members of services rendered. To maintain closer contact with its branches, the association recently canvassed them with regard to the suggestion that it should send one of its staff to attend their meetings. Most of the branches thus canvassed endorsed this suggestion and issued a standing invitation to their meetings.Here are some samples of the questions the association is expected to answer: One of its branches raised the question of BCG vaccination by nurses instead of by physicians, a choice that the association could not endorse. Another branch wanted to know if health insurance funds should be called on to defray the cost

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