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July 24, 1948

Medical News

JAMA. 1948;137(13):1140-1142. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890470040015

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Workshop in Health and Safety Education.—  Arizona's first Workshop in Health and Safety Education will be held at the State Teachers College, Flagstaff, August 2-14. The program is designed to assist teachers, administrators, school nurses and others interested in health and safety education, and to give them an opportunity to discuss such problems with consultants from several sections of the United States. The health education consultants are: Frank S. Stafford, of the United States Office of Education, Washington, D. C.; Dr. William W. Bauer, director, Bureau of Health Education, American Medical Association, Chicago; Miss Vivian Drenckhahn, New York, National Tuberculosis Association; Dr. Henry C. Schumacher, Cleveland, U. S. Public Health Service; Dr. Edith P. Sappington, San Francisco, of the U. S. Children's Bureau, and C. Mayhew Derryberry, Ph.D., San Francisco State College. Many organizations, both state and national, have cooperated in planning and preparing materials for the Workshop, which