M.D.'s with special qualifications.
Priority given to residents in surgery.
Anatomy 120 hours, Pathology 60 hours, Physiology 60 hours: Students may enroll for any one section.
Requirements: M.D. degree from approved medical school. Appointment in an assistant residency or preceptorship approved by American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Personal Interview. Course has been approved by the Post-Graduate Survey Committee of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and may be presented for 6 months' credit towards certification by the Board.
$800.00 for surgery; $600.00 for other specialities.
This course is specifically for Residents in this area.
American College of Physicians (A.C.P.) members.
This course is planned for those who have taken Electrocardiography I or who have sufficient experience in the interpretation of electrocardiograms.
This course may be taken for more than 2 months, if the student wishes, and the tuition is $125.00 for each additional month.
Weekly, for shorter courses.
Internal Medicine, may be arranged in special cases, provided places are available, for 3 months beginning October 4, 1948, January 3, 1949 or April 4, 1949. ($250.00 for 3 months).
Trainee is paid $10.00 per day while on duty. It is required that at least 50% of the trainee's time be taken up with the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and that he will be on duty full time as an integral member of the hospital staff.
Registration is gratis to men of armed services, residents and interns of hospitals and senior and junior medical students of the University of Kansas.
Eligibility limited to physicians practicing in Rochester Region.
For advanced students in training.
$300.00 the first year; $100.00 the following years
Approved psychiatric training required to qualify for the course.
For those with some training in psychoanalysis.
Primarily for students in analysis.
Special course open to staff and members of mental institutions.
Course is limited to applicants whose biographical data is approved by a special committee.
Open only to selected members of course in Audiology and End-Aural Otologic Surgery.
Each section - per 12 sessions.
Proctology I is prerequisite to Proctology III.
Course may be taken 6 days a week for one month or 3 days a week for 2 months.
Course devised specifically for physicians practicing in New York State as preparation for position of local health officer.
Limited to physicians who have a working knowledge of Radiology.
31 weeks, full time, for veterans: 6 months or longer for others.