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Care of Premature Infants.—In the fall of 1959, the Institutes for Physicians and Nurses in the Care of Premature Infants at the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, under the sponsorship of the New York State Department of Health and the United States Children's Bureau, will begin their eleventh year of operation. These institutes are designed to meet the needs of physicians and nurses in charge of hospital premature nurseries and special premature centers, and of medical and nursing directors and consultants in state and local premature programs. The attendance at each Institute is limited to six physician-nurse teams. The program for physicians is of two weeks' duration and that for nurses of four weeks' duration. Participants pay no tuition fee, and stipends are provided to help cover expenses during attendance at the Institute. Institutes for the 1959-1960 year are definitely scheduled to start on the following dates: Sept.
News and Comment. AMA Am J Dis Child. 1959;98(2):272–274. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1959.02070020274014
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