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Appointments and Promotions.—Among the appointments and promotions of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, are: Dr. Charles L. Joslin, professor of clinical pediatrics; Dr. John H. Traband, Jr., assistant professor of pediatrics, and Dr. Clarence E. Macke, assistant professor of pediatrics.The University Faculty at Vienna announces the courses for the year of September, 1929, to August, 1930. Among the prominent men who are giving courses in pediatrics are Drs. Hecht, Hochsinger, Lehndorff, Leiner, Nobel, Wagner and Zappert.
Maryland School Children Examined.—Conferences were held throughout the counties of Maryland during the summer for the examination of children who would be admitted to school for the first time this fall. Over half of these children had not been vaccinated for smallpox, which the Maryland state law requires before entrance into school.Children's Health Consultation in New York.—The New York state department of health
News and Comment. Am J Dis Child. 1929;38(5):1071. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1929.01930110170023
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