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August 2, 1902


JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(5):260. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480310028006

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The resident members of the American Medical Association in Connecticut have started a movement that ought to be fruitful both of pleasure and profit, namely, an annual reunion. An account of the first of these and of the organization effected is given under Association News, but this pioneer movement deserves to be called to the attention of the membership of the Association generally. The social and fraternal advantages of such an organization are sufficiently obvious to every one and its value to the Association is equally apparent. While such a state reunion is especially adapted to the needs of the membership in the smaller compact commonwealths like the New England states, it is practicable, under perhaps slight modifications as to detail, in other communities as well, and we hope to see them do likewise. Such measures usefully supplement the general plan of organization.

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