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September 10, 1960


JAMA. 1960;174(2):176. doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03030020064021

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The program of the Twentieth Annual Congress on Industrial Health appears on page 183 of this issue of The Journal.

The Congress is an annual meeting sponsored by the Council on Occupational Health of the American Medical Association. It is held in various cities. The 1959 Congress was held in Cincinnati, the 1958 in Milwaukee, and the 1957 in Los Angeles. The 1960 Congress will be held in Charlotte, N. C., October 10-12.

The Congress is directed primarily toward the medical profession, but many of the sessions are of interest to others concerned with occupational health problems, such as nurses, industrial hygienists, and representatives of management. Attendance has varied between 300 and 500.

The occasion of the Congress is used for meetings of the Council with chairmen of the state medical society committees on industrial health and with officers and directors of the Industrial Medical Association. In addition, the Council

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