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Announcement of Fellowships in Medicine and Public Health.
—The Commonwealth Fund of New York, a philanthropic foundation established in 1918 by the late Mrs. Stephen V. Harkness, announces that it is offering through the Pan American Sanitary Bureau fifteen fellowships for one year's study of public health subjects or postgraduate medical courses to properly qualified persons who are citizens of the other American republics. Fellowships in public health will be open to physicians, sanitary officers, technicians, public health nurses, etc. Fellows will be selected through a system of cooperation with medical and health authorities of the different countries concerned, and whenever it is deemed advisable they will be interviewed by traveling representatives of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau. Each fellowship will provide living allowances while the holder is in the United States, travel costs and tuition. Knowledge of the English language and the possession of certain specific qualifications will be
News and Comment. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1942;70(2):343–344. doi:10.1001/archinte.1942.00200200163009
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