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June 14, 1952

POSTGRADUATE CONTINUATION COURSES FOR PHYSICIANS

JAMA. 1952;149(7):666. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.02930240044019

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Abstract

The semiannual listing of postgraduate continuation courses prepared by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals appears elsewhere in this issue (page 681). Opportunities for this type of postgraduate education are presented for the six month period beginning July 1. The courses listed total 873 and vary in length from a few days to several months. Many are given on a full-time basis while others are part-time. There are study opportunities for both the physician in general practice and the specialist. Courses are being given in 32 states and the District of Columbia. The subjects include 47 major areas in the field of clinical medicine and the basic sciences. A series of courses for military personnel at medical installations is also included.

Medical schools, state medical societies, hospitals, state and city boards of health, graduate schools of medicine, special medical societies, and state chapters of the American Academy of General

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