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March 6, 1915

REORGANIZATION OF CLINICAL TEACHING: A COMPILATION OF REPORTS OF A SPECIAL COMMITTEE, PRESENTED BY THE CHAIRMAN

Author Affiliations

ANN ARBOR, MICH.

JAMA. 1915;LXIV(10):785-790. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02570360001001
Abstract

Recognizing the need of a thorough reorganization of clinical teaching in this country, a year ago a special committee of ten prominent physicians of the United States and Canada was appointed by the Council to prepare reports which would serve as a basis for a general discussion of the subject at this conference.

In order to facilitate the work, a meeting of the committee was held in Chicago, December 28, 1914, at which individual reports were made. After a thorough discussion, the bounds were fixed within which the members were asked to confine their treatment of the subject in written reports which were to be sent in. It must be understood that the following is a compilation from these reports and is not the final report of the committee. This compilation touches on many of the problems which should be given thorough discussion before any final recommendations are made. In

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