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NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE MEDICAL ASPECTS OF SPORTS
The program for this conference, sponsored by the American Medical Association for physicians, athletic directors, coaches, and trainers, which meets at the Baker Hotel, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 30, 1959, immediately preceding the A. M. A. Clinical Meeting, Dec. 1-4, is as follows:
8:00 Registration9:00 First General Session, BallroomPresiding: Allan J. Ryan, M.D., Chairman, Committee on the Medical Aspects of Sports, American Medical Association.Greetings from the Association: Louis M. Orr, M.D., President, American Medical Association.9:30 Divided SessionsSection I: Physiology of Exercise, Texas Room Presiding: David J. Henry, M.D.The Biodynamic Potential of the American Male Population.Bruno Balke, M.D.Oxygen Debt in Near-Anaerobic Exercise.David B. Dill, Ph.D.Amphetamine Sulfate and Athletic Performance: II. Subjective Responses.Henry K. Beecher, M.D.Exercise and the Kidney.Warren R. Guild, M.D.Section II: Prevention of Athletic Injury, English RoomPresiding
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1959;171(12):1707–1708. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1959.03010300081020
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