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Children's Bureau Clearinghouse for Research.—The Children's Bureau Clearinghouse for Research in Child Life is now entering its tenth year of service. On the basis of its experience in publishing Research Relating to Children, several changes in its policy have been made.The Clearinghouse is widening the scope of Research Relating to Children to cover the important area of programs and services, in addition to child-centered research. Consequently, the Clearinghouse is now soliciting reports of research on programs and services for children in the health and welfare fields.Since apparently few of the "consumers" of Research Relating to Children found the sections on "Pregnancy and the Newborn" and "Physical Health and Disease" of great interest, research in these two categories will no longer be included. Only those studies of physical health will be included which are of interest to investigators in fields other than the strictly medical sciences,
News and Comment. AMA Am J Dis Child. 1958;96(5):640. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1958.02060060642006
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