Representation of Special Groups on C.C. and S. Committee

R. W. Crocket
1967 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
was passed. The letters from chairmen of special groups, unanimously against the suggestion, were neither circularized nor read and only cursorily referred to. A good perspective requires some knowledge of how this large Committee works. The key lies in the Executive. Its 12 members are always highly skilled, and over the years they acquire considerable experience of B.M.A. customs and tradition. This results
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