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Lasting values in medical education.
• There are many groups and agencies, including industry and the lay public, whose support and cooperation are essential to the continuous advancement of medical education and medical care. TheExpand
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I. The Future of Family Practice: The Present Scene—Trends in Medical Practice
AT THE OUTSET may I emphasize that the vast improvements in the over-all medical care of the American public in recent years have resulted from a trend toward specialization on the part of theExpand
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The basis of high standards of medical care.
From the earliest periods in the history of mankind of which we have records, there has been a field of human endeavor that has dealt with the diagnosis and treatment of disease. This became known asExpand
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Trends in specialization.
• The type of practice taken up by graduates of American medical colleges was studied by a questionnaire method that yielded data from 21,110 respondents. Of these, 4,225 were graduated in 1945, andExpand
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FIFTY YEARS OF COUNCIL ACTIVITY
There are periods in the lives of men and institutions that are traditionally recognized as justifying some form of celebration or special attention. The fact that this is the 50th anniversary of theExpand
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RESPONSIBILITY OF A PROFESSION FOR THE PROMOTION OF EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS
The interest shown in this conference and the active participation in its programs over the years by representatives of medical education, general education, government agencies, state licensingExpand
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ANNUAL CONGRESS ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND LICENSURE
The Study of Grants and Financies Dr. Lowell J. Reed, Washington, D. C.: In October 1948 the National Advisory Health Council recommended that the Surgeon General appoint a committee to undertake aExpand
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