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Medical Education and State Boards of Registration

JAMA. 1913;60(3):231-234. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340030061032.
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This definition of a college is based on that given in the revised ordinances of the state of New York. It has been adopted as a standard also by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Based on the definition of the term "school" adopted in 1909 by the Association of American Universities.
It is reported that a merger of these schools has been definitely arranged.
When the three classes now enrolled have been graduated this college is to be converted into a postgraduate medical school.
This college has voted to close at the end of the present session.
Offers only the last two, or clinical, years.
Declared not in good standing by the Georgia State Board of Medical Examiners.
Declared not in good standing by the Illinois State Board of Health.
Reported not recognized by the Maryland State Board of Medical Examiners.
This college is reported as not recognized by the Massachusetts Medical Society.
Reported not in good standing by the Missouri State Board of Health.
Not included in the list of fully registered colleges issued by the New York Education Department, October, 1912.
This college is reported to be undergoing reorganization.
The entire property of this school is said to have been given over to Marquette University to be developed as an organic department of that university.


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