1918 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
the higher standard colleges, and instead of only 369 (6.4 per cent.) graduates who were turned out by the higher standard colleges in 1904, at the end of the last session 2,412 (90.3 per cent.) graduated from those institutions. In addition to the improvement in preliminary qualifications, which represents only one of the improvements brought about in medical educa¬ tion, it should also be stated that greatly increased endowments have been secured, many schools having received hundreds of
more » ... ed hundreds of thousands of dollars, while a
doi:10.1001/jama.1918.02600330064015 fatcat:oqns3nw2ynar7bw7cic3i6yzqm