I. TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
THE REVERENCE OF THE FRENCH FOR GREAT MEN—TOUSSAINT— THE MEDICAL SCHOOL—THE STUDENTS—THE CLINICS
Paris, Jan. 15, 1909.
THE REVERENCE OF THE FRENCH FOR GREAT MEN
After a stay of three and a half months, I am leaving Paris with many regrets. I am sorry not to be a member of the Faculty of Medicine; I should be glad to put after my name Médecin des Hôpitaux; the position of chef de clinique at the Hôtel-Dieu with Professor Dieulafoy would suit me admirably; I could be quite happy as an interne with Professor Raymond at the Salpêtrière, or as an externe with Professor Pierre Marie at the Bicêtre or even as a stagiaire at the Cochin with Dr. Chauffard! Best of all, I should like to be a P.C.N. at the Jardin des Plantes, a student who is working at physics, chemistry and natural history in the
OSLER W. IMPRESSIONS OF PARIS. JAMA. 1909;LII(9):701–703. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.25420350027003
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