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Although this book is written primarily for the secretary lacking medical training and the nurse to whom secretarial work is new, it will also be helpful and interesting to secretaries already in the medical field. There are nine chapters: I. Qualifications for Medical Secretarial Work, in which stenography and typewriting, medical terminology, correct English, foreign languages, indexing and filing, history-taking, manuscript preparation, mimeographing and multigraphing, handwriting, and miscellaneous office responsibilities are considered; II. The Personality of the Medical Secretary, which stresses the importance of dress, manners, tact, initiative and trustworthiness; III. Office and Patient, which discusses in connection with the
The Medical Secretary.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;7:138–139. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-1-138_2
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