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August 9, 1965


JAMA. 1965;193(6):535. doi:10.1001/jama.1965.03090060125011

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Is October the best month to take that three-day course in clinical endocrinology? Where can one find a good review course in biochemistry? How can a busy general practitioner bring himself up to date with current information on the subject of genetics? Is there any attractive course in New York City this November, or in San Francisco?

Questions of this kind may be answered by consulting the eleventh annual listing, "Continuing Education Courses for Physicians," which appears in this issue of The Journal on pages 447-534. The listing is a service provided by the AMA Council on Medical Education to enable physicians to plan systematic postgraduate study.

Every physician is concerned with the problem of keeping abreast of current developments in scientific medicine, a task which becomes more difficult each year. While opinions vary as to how this may best be done, increasing numbers of physicians find some periodic, formal

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