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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Discussion based on The Assistant Medical Officer. The Training of the Medical Auxiliary in Developing Countries by E. F. Rosinski and F. J. Spencer. University of North Carolina Press. 1965. The current problem which Drs. Rosinski and Spencer have sharply delineated, is the provision of adequate medical care for all the people not only in the developing countries, but here in our so-called "well-developed" society. With or without Medicare the health needs of 190 million Americans increase daily with woefully disproportionate growth in the medical manpower needed to meet these needs. Whatever few failings may be attributed to the Assistant Medical Officer, Drs. Rosinski and Spencer have contributed the first book in this vital area of medical manpower, and they are to be congratulated.
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