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November 1952

News and Comment

AMA Am J Dis Child. 1952;84(5):674. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1952.02050050148010

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GENERAL NEWS  University of Minnesota Inpatient Psychiatric Service.—In October, an inpatient psychiatric service for children was opened at the University of Minnesota Medical School and Hospitals. This new unit will materially strengthen the over-all child psychiatry program of teaching, research, and service which has been in operation since 1938. Expansion of the program was made possible by a legislative appropriation which also provided for increased staff and stipends for training in child psychiatry. A position as instructor is available for a qualified physician desiring an academic career. Those interested should contact Reynold A. Jensen, M.D., University of Minnesota Hospitals, Minneapolis.

PERSONAL  Appointment for Dr. James G. Hughes.—Dr. James G. Hughes, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Tennessee Coilege of Medicine, has been advanced to the rank of professor.Appointment for Dr. D. P. R. Keizer.—Dr. D. P. R. Keizer, Hilversum, Netherlands, has been made professor of pediatrics

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