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DATE

1947-02

ABSTRACT

Two new monthly medical abstracting journals, Abstracts of World Medicine and Abstracts of World Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynæcology, have been published by the British Medical Association. The first (January) issues have now appeared, and even a glance through the pages shows that Dr. Hugh Clegg, editor of the British Medical Journal, under whose general direction they are being issued, and Dr. G. M. Findlay, who edits them with the assistance of Dr. S. S. B. Gilder and a panel of advisers, are to be congratulated on both the planning and the execution of the considerable task which they have undertaken. Th e foreword to both these issues traces the history of recent medical abstracting work, from the Medical Research Council's publication during the First World War, of information derived from medical literature then,-appearing, to the similar service begun during the Second World War and continued in the form of the Bulletin of War Medicine. The success of the latter encouraged the British Medical Association to continue an abstracting service when this bulletin ceased publication in 1946, and the two new journals are the result. They give, over a remarkably wide range, abstracts of articles selected from more than a thousand periodicals. Comments by the abstractors are printed inside square brackets, so that there will be no confusion between the views of the abstractor and those of the authors of the article abstracted. More... »

PAGES

261

Journal

TITLE

Nature

ISSUE

4034

VOLUME

159

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1038/159261d0

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/159261d0

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