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Medical Education in the Legislature of 1922

Format
Book
Published
Charlottesville, Va. : The University of Virginia Press, 1922.
Language
English
Series
Alumni Bulletin of the University of Virginia
Contents
  • Bound with: The addresses of the president of the University before the Joint Committee on Schools and Colleges of the General Assembly of Virginia, January 26, 1922
  • Financial aspects of the location of a single state-supported medical school
  • Clinical aspects of the location of a single state-supported medical school
  • The attitude of the medical profession in Virginia
  • The attitude of the alumni to removal of the medical school
  • Address of Senator Beverley prepared for delivery before the Senate of Virginia
  • The University the natural home of the medical school.
Description
[121]-144 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes
This article addresses Senate Bill No. 1, presented by Senator Marshall B. Booker, January 11, 1922 to the General Assembly of Virginia. The same bill was later introduced to the House of Delegates by Hon. J. M. Hurt and became known as the Booker-Hurt bill. See also pages 237-242 for "Miscellanies Relating to the Medical School Question" for three statements given by opponents of the Booker-Hurt bill and its proposed amendments.
Series Statement
Alumni bulletin of the University of Virginia ; 3rd ser., v. 15, no. 3
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