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Reference numberCD/71/5
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Arthur Latham, to Robert Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society
Date1 July 1919
DescriptionInvites the Royal Society to nominate a representative to serve on the new Medical Parliamentary Committee. Notes that there will be representatives from the Royal Society of Medicine, the Royal Red Cross, the Order of St John and Jerusalem, the British Guild of Science, the Physiological Society, the Association of Hospital Managers, the Pharmaceutical Society, the College of Nurses, the British Association of Nurses, and many medical societies dealing with different health problems such as the Medico-Psychological Society, the Ophthalmological Council, the Medical Women's Federation, the Association of Factory Surgeons, Poor-Law Medical Officers, the Society of Tropical Medicine, etc. Notes that Sir Ronald Ross is already a member of the Committee, and would be willing to act as the Royal Society's representative on it.
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