Dr. George Coordinates Course Plans
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THE SHREVEPORT JOURNA Dr. George Coordinates Course Plans Ronald B. George, M.D., of the LSU-S Medical School in Shreveport and course chair-man for the 11th Annual Pulmonary Function in Health and Disease Course, is coordinating plans for the December 9-12 meeting in the New Orleans Medical Center complex. The course is sponsored annually by the American Thoracic Society (ATS) of Louisiana, the medical section of the American Lung Association of Louisiana, Inc. The American Medical Assn. has fully accredited the cour-se as a continuing education curriculum. THE FOUR-DAY course attracts over 250 lung specialists from more than 30 states and has in attendance allied health professionals who specialize in respiratory care. Dr. George emphasized that the selection of five guest faculty members invited to attend always come from out-of-state and that the plan-ning committee makes it a special point to select noted physicians whose recent works and research in lung medicine are of a national interest. The content of the course is devoted to pulmonary physiology and includes lec-tures, demonstrations and roundtable discussions on specific topics of interest. The full course program will be completed this summer and be available through the ATS of the Louisiana office. Co-sponsors of the course include LSU Medical Center, School of Medicine in New Orleans and Shreveport. Area member of the planning com-mittee other than Dr. George is Walter T. Snow, M.D., of Willis-Knighton Memorial Hospital.
|Title||Dr. George Coordinates Course Plans|
George, Ronald B.
Louisiana State University School of Medicine (Shreveport, La.)
Pulmonary Function in Health and Disease Course
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