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" Resolved, that it is expedient for the medical profession of the United States, to institute a National Medical Association, for the protection of their interests, for the maintenance of their honor and respectability, for the advancement of their knowledge,... "
The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery - Seite 176
1886
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Transactions, Band 33

American Medical Association - 1882
...ASSOCIATION. Whereas, The Medical Convention, held in the city of New York, in May, 1846, have declared it expedient " for the medical profession of the United...States to institute a National Medical Association ;" and, Inasmuch as an institution so conducted as to give frequent, united, and emphatic expression...
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Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to ..., Band 6

1884
...follows: " WHEREAS, The medical convention held in the City of New York, in May, 1846, have declared it expedient for the medical profession of the United...States to institute a National Medical Association ; and inasmuch as an institution so conducted as to give frequent, united and emphatic expression to...
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Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York

Medical Society of the State of New York (1807- ) - 1884
...and Code of Ethics of the National Association. The declaration of the convention in 1846 that it was "expedient for the medical profession of the United...States to institute .a National Medical Association" was cordially sustained by the votes of her delegates in that convention ; as was also the second clause...
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Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to ..., Band 8

1886
...at Washington, and the subject may seem familiar, yet I have an entirely different object in view.1 When the first National meeting of the profession,...the largest representative medical association known to history. At this gathering one hundred and twenty medical men met in consultation. They fully endorsed...
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New York State Journal of Medicine, Band 7

1907
...discussion and action." This committee readily agreed upon the following propositions, viz. : First — That it is expedient for the medical profession of...States to institute a National Medical Association. Second — That it is desirable that a uniform and elevated standard of requirements for the degree...
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Medical Library and Historical Journal

1904
...propositions suitable for discussion and action." The Committee presented the following propositions : "Resolved, That it is expedient for the Medical Profession...States, to institute a National Medical Association. "Resolved, That it is desirable that a uniform and elevated "standard of requirements for the degree...
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History of the Medical Society of the State of New York

James Joseph Walsh - 1907 - 207 Seiten
...discussion and action." This committee readily agreed upon the following propositions, viz.: First—That it is expedient for the medical profession of the...States to institute a National Medical Association. Second—That it is desirable that a uniform and elevated standard of requirements for the degree MD...
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History of medicine in New York v. 1, Band 1

James Joseph Walsh - 1919
...subject of medical education in the form of distinct propositions suitable for discussion and action: That it is expedient for the medical profession of...States to institute a National Medical Association. That it is desirable that a uniform and elevated standard of requirements for the degree of MD should...
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The New York Journal of Medicine, Band 9

1847
...NEW YORK IN MAY, 1846. — The Medical Convention held in the city of New York, in May last, having resolved, 'That it is expedient for the Medical Profession...States to institute a National Medical Association,' and having appointed a committee of seven, consisting of Drs. John Watson, John Stearns, and F. Campbell...
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Competitive Problems in the Drug Industry, Bände 11-12

United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Small Business. Subcommittee on Monopoly - 1969
...better, richer life. As an organization, the AMA reflects the desire of physicians to join together for the "maintenance of their honor and respectability,...their knowledge and the extension of their usefulness" — as the Association founders said in 1646. It also manifests the belief stated in the last two years...
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