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June 16, 1956


JAMA. 1956;161(7):630-632. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970070062018

TELEVISION AIDS AVAILABLE TO MEDICAL SOCIETIES  Medical societies desiring to use various anatomic charts and three-dimensional models in presenting their television programs may obtain the loan of a variety of these aids by writing to the Bureau of Health Education at the headquarters of the American Medical Association. These charts and models are available on a loan basis, without charge, except for return postage. Requests should be received by the Bureau of Health Education usually 10 days in advance of the scheduled telecasts. Loaned materials should be returned to the A. M. A. by express not later than 24 hours following telecast. The models will be shipped in special boxes, which the borrower is requested to preserve and return.The Bureau of Health Education has issued a pamphlet illustrating these charts and models and also listing a series of electrical transcriptions, television-tested scripts with film, filmed programs, and production packets

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