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New Books from the College: Residency Curriculum, Ethics Bibliography, and Clinical Privileges

Edward J. Huth, MD; and Kathleen Case, MS
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American College of Physicians
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Ann Intern Med. 1988;109(10):775-776. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-109-10-775
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Three important new guides to improving medical education and practice have just been published by the Publication Division of the American College of Physicians. The books are the latest in the College's growing publishing program. The focus of this program is to provide concise, clinically relevant material by authors outside of the College and to disseminate widely the important guidelines issued by the College's Health and Public Policy Division.

A Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residency: The University of Wisconsin Program is the result of a multidisciplinary group's 8-year project to develop an explicit, objective-based curriculum in internal medicine. The increased

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