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October 7, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(15):544. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420670034010

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The Illinois State Board of Health at its last meeting, decided to resume the publication of the reports on medical education. For the last two years, owing to various causes, none have been printed. Dr. J. Collins Warren, President of the Section of Pedagogy of the Pan-American Medical Congress, in his address, after reviewing the subject in this country, says:

"The reports on medical education by the Illinois Board, I do not hesitate to say have exerted a more powerful influence on the movement in education than any other publication which our medical literature has produced."

This is undoubtedly true. These reports were object lessons to the profession and to the schools, and presented truthfully the status of the colleges. Dr. F. W. Reilly is now engaged in preparing the forth-coming report. He is eminently qualified for the task, having assisted in the preparation of nearly all the reports that

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