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April 8, 1905

COUNCIL ON MEDICAL EDUCATION.

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(14):1123. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500410047015

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Abstract

The Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association will hold its next meeting in Chicago April 20. This will be an important meeting for the reason that to it have been invited representatives of the licensing and examining boards of the various states and territories, as well as representatives of the college associations. One of the objects of the meeting is that of securing the views of those connected with the licensing boards. Naturally, such views will be of great importance to the members of the council and will aid them in formulating plans. The attendance at the meeting promises to be a large one. About half the states have already appointed official delegates, and several more have signified their willingness to cooperate. The earnestness with which the spirit of the work has been received by all the boards of examiners promises much for the future. The subjects

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