Postgraduate Courses in Gastroenterology.
—The American College of Physicians announces postgraduate courses in gastroenterology at the University of California Medical School and Stanford University School of Medicine, San Francisco, Feb. 7 to 12, 1949. Some of the subjects to be covered are lesions of the mouth; diseases of the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, pancreas, liver and colon; peptic ulcer; cholecystic disease; gastrointestinal symptoms of cardiovascular origin; psychosomatic aspects of gastrointestinal diseases; early diagnosis of carcinoma of the gastrointestinal tract; recent advances in chemotherapy of malignant disease; physiology of bile pigment metabolism; drugs useful in therapy of gastrointestinal diseases; practical aspects of intestinal intubation; electrolyte and protein balance in patients with intestinal intubation; deficiency disease in the gastrointestinal tract, and gastrointestinal food allergy.
Training Courses in Psychotherapy Announced.
—The Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy, Inc., the training associate of the Institute for Research in