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It is a pleasure to have this opportunity to welcome you, for the American Medical Association, to this first Pre-Convention Session on School Health. It is hoped that sufficient interest in this event will develop so that it may grow into an annual affair. The physicians of the United States, it seems to me, are demonstrating their desire to play a helpful role in the formulation of school health policies and programs. Thus, it seems fitting and proper that a meeting such as this should be conducted in conjunction with the A. M. A. annual meetings.
Most of you are familiar with the long-term work of the A. M. A.'s joint committee with the National Education Association on health problems in education. The National Conferences on Physicians and Schools, the seventh of which is to be held this fall, are well known to many of you. Also, you are acquainted
Gundersen G. WELCOME FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE A. M. A. JAMA. 1959;171(1):58–59. doi:10.1001/jama.1959.73010190006019a
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