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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1931-1932-444

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ANNUAL REPORT XXXV Department Messrs Collins Gill Morris and Smetham while part of the evening work in Geology under the lecture scheme is conducted by Mr Berdinner FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCE Department of Anatomy Number of Students The total number of students in the Department was 400 Of these 74 were working for London University Degrees 73 in Medicine in Dental Science 41 for Degrees of other Universities 100 for Diplomas of the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons 69 in Medicine 31 in Dentistry for the Diploma of the Society of Apothecaries for the Diploma in Psychological Medicine 61 for the Primary Examination and 121 for the Diploma of the Chartered Society of Massage and Medical Gymnastics Results of Examinations Candidates Passe Lond ii Part 50 43 ii 54 29 28 24 31 Researches considerable amount of research work both routine and special was engaged in Work completed during the Session is indicated by the publications mentioned in Appendix III Departmental Notes new development in the teaching work of the Department was the provision of course of study in Neurology for Post-graduate candidate for the Diploma in Psychological Medicine of the University of London number of lantern slides of anatomical subjects were presented to the Department by Mr Wakeley For the growing departmental collection of slides special cabinet was purchased Other new items of equipment include four microscopes which have been put to very full use in spite of cramped conditions of space for demonstrations in connection with the systematic lectures Mr Wakeley continued to examine in Anatomy for the Primary Examination Dr Gladstone continued to act as Recorder to the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland Professor Blair was appointed Examiner in Anatomy to the Con- joint Board by the Royal College of Physicians and in January 1930 he
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