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March 17, 1894

MEDICAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES.

JAMA. 1894;XXII(11):393-394. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02420900027004
Abstract

Report of the Illinois State Board of Health on Medical Education and the Regulation of the Practice of Medicine in the United States and Canada. Revised to Jan. 1,1894.

In an address delivered before the Section on Pedagogy of the Pan-American Medical Congress,1 by J. Collins Warren, M.D., President of the Section, the speaker took occasion to pay the following tribute to the Illinois State Board of Health: "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."

The latest volume of this series, recently completed for the Board by its former Secretary, Dr. F. W. Reilly, presents a collection of facts and figures which seem to fully justify Dr. Warren's recognition of the value of these publications. The reports were projected in

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