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A Library for Internists III: Recommended by the American College of Physicians

RICHARD ALLYN, M.D.
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The American Medical Publishers Association has assisted in obtaining copies of each title for display at the American College of Physicians Annual Sessions.

This survey would not have been possible without the help of the 2050 physicians who took the time and effort to provide meaningful answers to the rather complicated survey forms.

Robert H. Moser, M.D., Executive Vice President of the American College of Physicians, and Edward J. Huth, M.D., Editor, Annals of Internal Medicine, gave helpful support and encouragement.

▸Requests for reprints should be addressed to the American College of Physicians, 4200 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104.


Ann Intern Med. 1979;90(3):446-448. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-90-3-446
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The American College of Physicians has responded to numerous requests for a new version of the highly successful "A Library for Internists" and "A Library for Internists II" published in August 1973 (1) and March 1976 (2) and presents here a new and current comprehensive list of the books and journals judged to be the most useful for internists. The survey is again based on the premise that recommendations made by many authorities in each field will be a more reliable guide to the most useful books and journals on that field than recommendations made by only a few persons

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