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September 20, 1952


JAMA. 1952;150(3):220. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.03680030052014

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The annual Clinical Session of the American Medical Association, now in its sixth year, has come to be regarded as one of the most comprehensive and practical of the condensed postgraduate medical education programs available in this country. This year's session, to be held in Denver, Dec. 2-5, will feature clinical and technical exhibits, clinical demonstrations, medical and surgical moving pictures and television, and some 200 review lectures or panels on current progress in obstetrics, pediatrics, cardiovascular and chest diseases, neurology, psychiatry, traumatic surgery, medical therapy, and water and electrolyte therapy. As in previous Clinical Sessions emphasis will be on everyday problems rather than rarities, practical demonstrations rather than theoretical discussions, and survey lectures rather than descriptions of individual research.

The entire Denver program will be held in the city's newly enlarged municipal auditorium, so that visitors can attend a full day's activities without leaving the building. Adequate restaurant facilities

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