Excerpt from United States Naval Medical Bulletin for the Information of the Medical Department of the Service, Vol. 5: Limited to Professional Matters as Observed by Medical Officers at Stations and on Board Ships in Every Part of the World, and Pertaining to the Physical Welfare of the Naval Personnel; January, 1911 (Issued Quarterly)
It is believed that the corps as a whole should profit, to the good of the service, out Of the experience and observations of the individual. There are many excellent special reports and notes beyond the scope of my annual report being sent in from stations and ships, and by communicating the information they contain (either in their entirety or in, part, as extracts) throughout the service, not only will they be employed to some purposes as merited, but all medical officers will thus be brought into closer professional intercourse and be offered a means to keep abreast of the times.
Special attention will be given by the instructors of the Naval Medical School to the review of advances in medical science of special professional interest to the service, as published in foreign and home journals, and extracts from these will appear in the bulletin, together with such remarks as the instructors may deem of value to officers on foreign service or sea duty.
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