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YOUNG, Ernest Herbert (1878 - 1921), Assistant Superintendent, Hospital for Insane, London, Ontario, since 1916; President, Canadian Hospital Association, since 1914; Member of the Canadian Medical Association; Member of American Psychological Association

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HURST, Arthur Frederick (1879 - 1944), University Lecturer in Medicine, Oxford; Consulting Physician and Governor of Guy’s Hospital and Medical School; Physician (temp.) to Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford; Lt-Col, late RAMC; late Member of Medical Advisory Committee (MEF), Cons. Physician at Salonica and Neurologist to Netley Hospital and Officer in Charge of the Seale Hayne Military Hospital for functional nervous disorders; late President, Medical Section, Royal Society of Medicine; President, International Society of Gastro-Enterology; Vice-President, Anglo-Soviet Medical Society; Hon. Fellow, Ulster and Manchester Medical Societies, and Hon. Member, Association of British Physicians, American Medical Association, Swedish Medical Society, American and Mexican Gastro-Enterological Associations, and the Sociétés de Gastro-Entérologie of Paris and Belgium

MAY, Otto (died 1946), Chairman, British Social Hygiene Council; Hon. Member, Association of Life Ass. Med. Directors of America; late Principal Medical Officer, Prudential Assurance Co.

 

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(AMA)

The principal professional organization for licensed physicians in the United States. It is an academic society concerned with professional standards of competence and integrity that has branches in all states, holds national and regional annual scientific meetings, publishes journals and a newspaper for its members, is a lobbying and negotiating group in dealings with governments and insurance providers, and speaks for the medical profession in many interactions with the general public, consumer groups, and the like. For details and publications, including the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), see http://www.ama-assn.org.

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