Addendum to Minutes of General Medical Council for 1925
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Addendum to Minutes of General Medical Council for 1925 inspection of final examinations in dentistry of the licensing bodies in the United Kingdom and Ireland, 1923-1924. by General Medical Council (Great Britain)

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Published by Constable & Co in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Dentists -- Certification -- Great Britain.,
  • Dentists -- Certification -- Ireland.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesMinutes of General Medical Council for 1925.
The Physical Object
Pagination275 p. ;
Number of Pages275
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21389329M

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SEPT. 3, ] MEDICAL NEWS [MZDICALJOURNAL ROYAL MEDICAL BENEVOLENT FUND. AT the last meeting of the Committee fifty-four cases were considered and £ was voted to forty-three applicants. The following is a summary of some of the new cases relieved. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. , a married, with six children aged 5 to 18 years. The eldest is employed abroad, but the rest . The Council resumed the consideration of communications from the Privy Council Office in regard to the practice of Italian medical practitioners in this country and the question of reciprocity in regard to which the General Medical Council on May 31st, , resolved: That it be remitted to Mr. Muir Mackenzi o advise the Council as to whether. The Lancet Special Articles GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL SESSION MAY THE General Medical Council met on May 25 and its session was followed by the sittings of the Medical Disciplinary Committee. Dr. H. Guy DAIN moved the adoption of the report of the Pharmacopoeia Committee, which was approved. The Lancet THE TEACHING OF PUBLIC HEALTH: REFORM OF THE D.P.H. CURRICULUM. SOME 27 years ago the General Medical Council directed an inspection of all the examining bodies granting degrees or diplomas in public health in Great Britain and Ireland ; since then no further investigation has been made as to the sufficiency of these examinations until , when the Council appointed Dr. R. .

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